Most importantly, don’t misunderstand me, I cherish insane geo-related movies. I’m not going to pull a Neil DeGrasse Tyson here and remove all the enjoyment from a motion picture since it is terribly, incredibly wrong with regards to the science … however perhaps we have to have a couple of words about Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom.
The main trailer turned out yesterday and pretty much, we can summarize the film along these lines: Dinosaurs versus the Volcano. From what I can assemble, the plot includes attempting to safeguard dinosaurs from Isla Nublar in light of the fact that a well of lava (who realized it was https://www.plottown.com/? Furthermore, for what reason would you put your Dino park there in the event that it was?*) is going to go, as is commonly said, “non-straight” and annihilate them all. Thus, we should go spare the raptors.
David Bressan advised me that in the first novel for Jurassic Park, the recreation center is controlled by geothermal, so a volcanic island isn’t totally crazy … albeit evidently no one did a risk appraisal.
Presently, I won’t get into the geology issue here. Isla Nublar, from what I can tell, is situated toward the west of Costa Rica, and there are no volcanoes there. Indeed, Costa Rica has volcanoes, yet they are many kilometers toward the east and in the event that you look at a guide of the Pacific plate, there isn’t a well of lava anyplace close to our theoretical dinosaur island.
At any rate … on the off chance that we overlook this reality, at that point lets take a gander at the fountain of liquid magma itself, emitting in this shot:
All things considered, this spring of gushing lava has a character emergency. It’s lofty sides and ashy emission propose it is emitting clingy magma, perhaps andesite? Yet, no, we have restricted, winding magma streams too! The nearest well of lava equal I may propose is Arenal in Costa Rica, yet as a rule it has magma streams with little crest, not magma streams and enormous blasts. Those blends aren’t basic by any means, particularly with the floods of volcanic bombs.