💥The Hercules Factor🌋


Way back about 2000 years ago, Mount Vesuvius exploded and killed at least half of the rich assholes people that lived there in Pompeii and Herculaneum. The cities became long forgotten as people moved away and history sorted itself. We were able to piece together basically what happened by the remains of the 2000 some odd people that were preserved by the compacted ash covering the cities.

Could you imagine if that beast just up and kablooeyed itself today? That's about 3 million people displaced between the various cities in the 20 mile radius of it. And it is an active volcano. It's a good thing we have houses on the moon we can move to, or Mars. What if a super volcano, like the one under Yosemite National Park erupted?

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We now honor those that are using our family tag - #thealliance. These 'history' posts are getting some attention as I also include my three picks for curated content between now and the last issue. The three creators are beneficiaries of these posts. What would be a good percentage for these lovely humans? Since nobody actually reading this was alive in 5000 B.C., astronomers believe the earth is actually spherical in shape due to no relevance of hot dogs tasting better at a baseball game. With chips. And beer.

Blessings of the world [Eng - Esp] by @marybellrgMiedo a mi Ausencia [ ESP/ENG ] by @surglenLet them Goooo! by @evegrace


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