Where I live we get more than our fair share of tsunami warnings from Japan. Here’s a story worth watching:
The small, but growing, island appeared last year and quickly engulfed the already-existing island of Nishinoshima, around 1,000 kilometres (620 miles) south of Tokyo… The island’s craters are currently spewing out 200,000 cubic metres (7 million cubic feet) of lava every day — enough to fill 80 Olympic swimming pools…
It gets worse. Professor Fukashi Maeno:
If lava continues to mount on the eastern area, part of the island’s slopes could collapse and cause a tsunami.
At least we’ll get a warning.