This is part of the 2018 summer road trip series and shows what happens when people mix everyday technologies into meaningless situations.
More than half One billion people on Earth are on the shadow of an active volcano. Growing up, I was one of them.
I spent my childhood in Tacoma, Washington State, I spent a beautiful time bombed Rainier Mountain. Located about 60 kilometers from this point, the mountains are light blue and white, with dark shadows of glaciers. That silhouette is in the foreground during sunrise all the year round. In the summer the full moon will be late.
Although Mount Rainier has not shown signs of centuries activity, the last large eruption was about 1000 years ago, but scientists believe that the magma under the mountain may rise.