Huge smoking fissures tear Hawaii apart

In Hawaii, the active eruption of the volcano Kilauea continues and there is no indication that it will soon settle down. On the contrary, new and new cracks appear on the island in the surface of the earth from which toxic gases and hot steam emerge.

New cracks formed in the area of ​​Pomaikai and Malamas, they grow very quickly in size and run parallel to each other. The width of the cracks reaches 30 meters at the widest point of the fault.

At the moment, scientists can not accurately predict the further development of events.

There is a favorable option in which volcanic activity will gradually decline and there is a very frightening forecast that the Kilaue volcano will simply explode destroying Hawaii and causing a giant tsunami wave that will cover the US coast erasing all coastal cities from the face of the earth.