4895 BC, December 31, Monday –42° 57′ 0″ North, 122° 6′ 0″ West:

Mount Mazama blew its top in the most violent eruption in human history to date. As far as volcanos go, this was a seven on a scale that only goes up to seven. That is to say it exploded 1,000 cubic kilometers or so of crap from the underworld into the upperworld.

Pardon the featured illustration. Unfortunately, the only person to witness the eruption and live now runs around in tie-died t-skins (sans loincloth), smokes a lot of dope, and only paints in exceptionally crazy colors.

4894 BC, February 7 (JC)

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