tell me again how dirty humans are?
For eight weeks, lava has been spurting out of a fissure in the ground
radiating from the Bárðarbunga volcano, about 250 kilometers from
Reykjavik. Sulphur dioxide has been spurting too — 35,000 tons of it a day, more than twice the amount spewing from all of Europe’s
smokestacks. The gas has spread across the Icelandic countryside,
causing people to wheeze and trapping some indoors.