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What, why, how / PT 1

  • How do we sleep?
  • How do GPS systems work?
  • Who was the first person to reach the North Pole?
  • Did any body ever escape Alcatraz?
  • What was life like for a gladiator?
  • Are there effective means of  repelling bugs?
  • How is bulletproof clothing made?

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A volcano is a rupture  in the crust of the Earth, that allows hot lava, volcanic ash, gases to escape from a magma chamber below the Earth’s surface.

Earth’s volcanoes occur when it’s crust is broken into 17 mager rigid tetonic plates that float on hotter, softer, layer in it’s mantle.

There are many types of volcanoes, such as a mud volcano, super volcano, subglocial volcano, and others. One example of a mud volcano is, mud volcanoes are created by a geo-excreted liquids and gasses.



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