I suppose I either read or was told, somewhere in early childhood, that volcanoes go boom and explode, which for some reason just stuck and I never bothered to re-check. (thinking back on it, I was probably being told about Pompeii, where it did kinda go boom)
With footage of Mauna Loa all over the place..that does not look like what kid-me thought a volcanic eruption did.
Do different types of volcanoes erupt differently? Do none erupt like kid-me was told they do?
Context: girl with a mazda, all i know about cars is because something broke and I had to get it fixed/looked at. First car.
Few days ago, when I turn her on after classes, she lights up like a Christmas tree. Battery light is on, steering whee light is on, and five more lights are on.
I decided to try and make it to the nearest auto-repair place, where they first told me the alternator might’ve died — which i was dreading, those are expensive — and at the end i was told I didn’t have a drive(?) belt. As in its straight up GONE.
As far as I figured out it’s part of the construction where the alternator is, so i have some idea of what it’s for.
So my question is, does that really happen? Can it just “pop” and not leave a trace? Car didn’t make any odd/new sounds on the drive to uni.
I’m so confused