Iceland Volcano near eruption

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Iceland Volcano Eruption UPDATE
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Iceland warns of 'significant likelihood' of volcanic eruption amid swarm of earthquakes & declares state of emergency after thousands of earthquakes accrued along a 20+ mile-long magma tunnel near the city of Grindavik - 1,400 of those earthquakes happening within 24 hours
All residents (about 3,500) had been ordered to evacuated however today, rescue teams were queuing up outside of Grindavik in order to transport people to their evacuated homes to gather personal essentials. Only 15 cars at the time allowed into the town.
The damage in Grindavík is considerable, affecting infrastructure, water pipes, and electrical wiring - The Met Office suggests that magma may have an easy route to the surface, providing little measurable warning before an eruption.
It remains a possibility, albeit not the one with the greatest chance, that the seismic events will end without an eruption.
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This is so sad. I cannot imagine having to leave almost everything behind for what will probably a total loss. I wonder if the Icelandic government will help them resettle elsewhere.
 
Just gonna add that I find it "interesting" that HAARP was running new experiments with the ionosphere just as this volcano woke up. Makes me go Hmmmm.....
Wow that is scary. I have always thought that this project was just a way to open a big portal to somewhere.