An ‘extinct’ Russian volcano stirs for the first time in history and could unleash ‘catastrophic’ devastation similar to the eruption of Vesuvius which destroyed Pompeii

(Daily Mail) A Russian volcano long thought to be extinct may be waking up for the first time in human history and could erupt in a similar way to the catastrophic Vesuvius event which decimated the ancient city of Pompeii.

Ominous tremors detected underneath the ice-capped peak of Bolshaya Udina could be the result of moving magma which may signal an imminent eruption. (Read More…)