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Chilean volcano shows the power of skyfire

Posted: 7th June 2011 by Max Plissken in Nuclear Winter

In an awe-inspiring display of nature’s tectonic power, the Puyehue volcano in southern Chile violently erupted last Sunday.   While thousands of locals have been evacuated from the area, the eruption does not look like causing substantial casualties at the moment. It does, however, provide a small-scale simulation of the Nuclear Winter scenario. The Puyehue […]