Discussion in 'Members' Lounge' started by Briansol, May 21, 2011.
Another one is letting go...
Scientists: Iceland's Grimsvotn volcano erupting
on a serious note, i never knew Iceland was such a volatile place. i knew of the volcanoes, but i had no idea eruptions occur so often. does not seem like a fun place to live lol
Isn't the entire island powered by geothermal energy? I would say that makes it a pretty volatile place..
yeah they have a few volcanoes (over 130 - 200... with about 35 of them being currently active)
oddly, most of Iceland's population lives in the more volatile areas
The whole place looks like a volatile area to me
So would that make this their equivalent of a meltdown?
At first maybe, but that's sort of like saying its odd most old cities are by the water. When the area was settled they looked for the warmest areas.
I'm convinced they name volcanoes by smashing their head into the keyboard.
imagine how long it would take to put your destination in a fucking tom-tom?
The entire iclandic (is it nordic?) langauge is like that.
You think german sounds dirty with a lot of chkkkkkkk sounds? lol hear icelandic
B..is it true they are changing the name from iceland to lavaland?
how should i know? lol
maybe because of the free heat...
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