Kilauea: Pele or hidden portals?

Kīlauea is a currently active volcano in the Hawaiian Islands and the most active of the five volcanoes that together form the island of Hawaii. Located along the southern shore of the island, the volcano is about 300,000 years old. The volcano rises 4,190 feet (1,227 meters) above sea level. Kīlauea has destroyed 35 structures, forced the evacuation of nearly … Continue reading

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Hawaii’s Kilauea emits toxic gas from new cracks bubbling with lava

Kilauea continued Saturday to alter the tropical landscape and foul the air on the island of Hawaii, sending toxic gas and molten lava through new fissures and raising anxiety among thousands of […]

Hawaii Becomes First U.S. State To Ban The Toxic Pesticide Chlorpyrifos

Yesterday, Hawai’i’s legislature approved a state ban on chlorpyrifos, a highly dangerous restricted use pesticide (RUP) widely used in industrial farming. Besides phasing out all chlorpyrifos uses by 2023, this comprehensive bill […]

Hundreds are evacuated from Hawaii after two feet of rain falls in just 24 hours triggering landslides and flooding

Hundreds of people have been evacuated from Kauai, Hawaii, after 2ft of rain lashed the island in just 24 hours causing heavy flooding and landslides. By Monday afternoon, emergency crews evacuated 152 people […]

Mystery ‘trumpet sounds from sky’ in Hawaii

Snippins News has posted online a video that contains sounds that are described as possibly being from “tidal waves, methane explosions, underground earthquakes, or shifting sand dunes.” Or not. “Although it’s probable that these […]