TheDailySheeple – March 26, 2018
Scientists say that Mount Etna, Europe’s tallest volcano, is sliding into the Mediterranean Sea. This slide could have “devastating consequences,” the scientists have warned.
Mount Etna is one of the most active volcanoes in the world and is in an almost constant state of activity with a lengthy history of violent eruptions. On March 16, 10 people were injured in an explosion of hot rock on the mountain, an incident captured by a BBC film crew.
And, according to Fox News, a team of British experts has discovered the giant volcano on the east coast of the island Sicily, Italy, is edging closer to the Mediterranean Sea by 0.6 inches every year which could result in collapse. Open University geologist Dr. John Murray has spent nearly 50 years studying the volcano and believes this is the first sliding of this magnitude to be recorded.