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  • Answer: Man v. Food - 2008 Oahu - 4.25 was released on:

    USA: 30 November 2011
  • Answer: some possibilities;
    ride with a friend in their car
    maybe ride the bus
    bicycle with a trailer of some sort to carry the surfboard
    walk
  • Answer: Not too far, same state of mind!
  • Answer: yes. well only if you are light skinned. hawaiians feel the white man took their land, which they did, but some will still hate you for it today, because the hate has been passed down through generations.
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    i came to Oahu from living in military bases in japan, i had never felt racism until I got here. I am not a person who is racist, or an instigator, but I have received much racism and more than just words to express their hate of "haole"s.
  • Answer: The nautical distance is 2,220 miles. The statute distance is 2,532 miles.
  • Answer: The main causes of volcanoes to erupt is the movement of platetectonics. This opens up a vent on the surface of the earth throughwhich the magma from the crust of the earth is discharged.
  • Answer: death and destruction
    it will kill any human or animal if you get near it or touch it !
  • Answer: Well, for starters, there is teh extreme disadvantage of having molten lava gushing out of the top of the volcano and destroying everything in its path. Besides that, the gases and ashes spit out of volcanoes can kill people very quickly. Volcanoes also contribute to the greenhouse gases which is bad for people like Al Gore, even though volcanoes have been around millions of years before human beings.
  • Answer: Breaks in the tectonic plates that slowly move under us. This creates a hole that allows hot molten rock, ash and gases to escape. The build up of cooled molten rock and ash will cause the mountainous shape to occur, or when two plates collide the tall shape can occur as well.
  • Answer: Hephaestus
  • Answer: A shield volcano, cinder cone volcano, and the composite volcano.


    Shield volcanoes are on of the three types of volcanoes. Shield volcanoes have quiet eruptions and the lava is basaltic. Its slope is shallow compared to a composite volcano and a cinder-cone volcano. They are produced by hotspots and mid-ocean ridge.
    Cinder-cone volcanoes are the second of the three types of volcanoes. Cinder-cone volcanoes. Cinder-cone volcanoes have explosive eruptions that release lava high in the air. They are created by tephra, volcanic ash. Its slope ranges between 30 degrees and 40 degrees. The lava is andesitic.
    Composite volcanoes are the third type of volcanoes. Their eruptions vary from loud and explosive to quiet. Composite volcanoes cab rise as high as 8000 feet and are steep. An example of composite volcanoes is Mount Fuji. Composite volcanoes spew felsic lava and they are built up by layers of harden lava, tephra, pumice, and volcanic ash.
  • Answer: After the volcano sends warnings,the volcano will erupt. the main warnings: increases in the land increased seismic activity (small earthquakes) increased production of volcanic gases like sulphur dioxide
  • Answer: because if people are not informed about volcanoes they could erupt and explode and kill us all and we wouldnt have any protocol to escape it.

How many volcanoes are there in Oahu?

  • Oahu contains at least 10 different and distinct volcanoes. Diamond Head is well known by Honolulu visitors and some people even recognize the National Cemetery of the Pacific or the Punchbowl as a volcanic crater. A drive around the Island is required to spot some of the others. Koko Head and Koko Crater are easily defined from the air as is Salt Lake.

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