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It is impossible to predict when a volcano will next erupt. As of July 2014 Kilauea is eupting now and has been doing so since 1983.

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It is impossible to predict when a volcano will erupt next. As of July 2014 Kilauea is erupting right now and has been erupting continuously since January 3, 1983.


An extinct volcano has not had an eruption for at least 10,000 years and is not expected to erupt again in a comparable time scale of the future.


There is no way of predicting accurately when a volcano would next erupt. However, for Kilauea to have a "next" eruption, the current one has to stop. The volcano is erupting right now, and has been erupting continuously since 1983.


We generally cannot predict when a volcano will erupt next unless it is imminent and the volcano is well-monitored. Kilauea is erupting now, and has been erupting almost continuously for over 30 years with no end in sight.


It is impossible to predict when a volcano will next erupt.


There are many active volcanoes around the world, which means it may erupt in the near future. Some of these include Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii, San Salvador, El Salvador, as well as Merapi Volcano, Java, Indonesia.


Scientists cannot predict when a volcano will next erupt.


It is impossible to predict the next time a volcano will erupt.


Any of the volcanoes around Portland and Seattle could blow at any time. In Alaska, volcanoes are erupting quite regularly. It is really difficult to tell which US volcano is likely to erupt, next. But . . . Mt. Rainier, in the Seattle area, is expected to erupt in our lifetimes, and the immense volcano in and under Yellowstone Park could erupt at any time. There are a couple of volcanos in northern California that could erupt, as well.


There is just about always a volcano erupting somewhere in the world. It is impossible to predict exactly when a given volcano will erupt, especially since many are not closely monitored.


It is impossible to predict when a volcano's next eruption will be. Kilauea is erupting now and has been doing so almost nonstop since 1983.


It is impossible to predict when or where the next major volcanic eruption will occur.


you wont not true well when your not boiling in molten lava it didn't or will erupt the next day depending on what volcano your talking about some they know some they don't


It is impossible to make long-term predictions of when a volcano will next erupt.


Mauna Kea's last eruption was 4500 years ago. No one knows when it might erupt next. This volcano is situated in Hawaii, and it is the highest volcano in this state.


if you live next to a volcano or near one when the ground rumbles a lot that's usually when a volcano errupts


That Mount Tambora will erupt again is probably inevitable. When it will erupt next is not known. Currently there are no signs of it erupting any time soon.



Because it could erupt and then your face could get mangled or you could die of course


It is believed that the Yellowstone Supervolcano situated in America is the most deadly volcano, it is expected to erupt every 2 million years and scores an 8 on the VEI. Its next eruption is due within this century and if it does explode it will destroy the whole of America and its effects on the atmosphere will effect the whole world.


Mauna Loa is the world's largest active volcano. It's last eruption was in 1984. There is a 100% chance that it will erupt again within the next five years.


it erupts once every 6.000 years and the next one is well overdue.


The silica content will vary from one volcano to the next and will even vary over time for a single volcano. On average, though, composite volcanoes erupt intermediate rocks that are 52-63% silica.


It will probably not stop for many centuries. At this time, Loihi seamount, and undersea volcano on the bottom of Mauna Loa, is spewing lava and is growing. It will become the next Hawaiian Island, and eventually create a large addition to the Big Island. Assuming that this process will not stop, Loihi will continue to spew and erupt, as other volcanoes like Mauna Kea, Mauna Loa, and Kilauea eventually grow even more dormant. Although there is a chance of another active volcano on Maui, these volcanoes will become extinct, like Diamond Head near Honolulu, on Oahu. Loihi will be the new Kilauea.


LOL ... uhm.. if you would not want to die when it errupts then you would rather live away from it right?



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