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Scientists Discover World’s Largest Volcano

Scientists have discovered a 145-million-year-old inactive volcano about four miles below the surface of the Pacific Ocean that is roughly the size of New Mexico, making it the largest volcano on the planet. What do you think?

  • “Largest doesn’t necessarily mean best.”

    Lynnanne Prosky
    Systems Analyst
  • “Things that are in the ocean should have an asterisk next to them so we’re prepared to be kind of disappointed.”

    Ricardo Brooks
    Cat Groomer
  • “Inactive for now, but for how long? How long?!”

    Stuart Hackes
    Gyro Maker