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The video covers: Volcanic Fatalaties Over the last 500 years, volcanoes have directly or indirectly been responsible for over 275,000 deaths.
The greatest killers have been pyroclastic flows, tsunami, lahars, and famine.
An extinct volcano is a volcano that has not shown any historic activity, is usually deeply eroded, and shows no signs of recent activity.
Any effort to apply present processes and process rates to creation is doomed to failure.
It is claimed by old-universe advocates that Romans reveals that truth about creation and God's character must be "clearly seen" from the study of the creation.
How old must a volcano be to be considered extinct depends to a large degree on past activity.
A dormant volcano (sleeping volcano) is somewhere between active and extinct.
As volcanic ash in the atmosphere has been known to cause problems with airplanes, a system currently exists to keep aircraft out of ash clouds.