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New Zealand scientists are investigating an undersea volcanic eruption which has created a large "pumice raft" 400km west of Raoul Island.
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12/08/2012 4:55:15 p.m.
Jenny Fawcett wrote:
I am curious if this has anything to do with the unusual amount of pumice washing into Port Fairy bay. It ranges from gravel, rocks to small boulder size pieces, and littered the shoreline at high tide level
11/08/2012 7:14:46 p.m.
been very worried about juan de fuca for a year or more.
now with the 6.0 in alaska there is good reason to worry -- a lot. with this report, double double toil and trouble lol
11/08/2012 4:09:06 p.m.
Do those who claim that the events are linked have any qualifications, let alone any empirical evidence, to support such suggestions? We need facts, not fearmongering. You cannot say that the scientists are wrong when you know little of the science itself!
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