Earth's crust is literally tearing apart to form this volcanic seascape
Tamu Massif, located east of Japan, was thought to be the largest volcano on the planet
Scientists said the ash could have reached an altitude of 8 to 10 miles
The peeling is likely driven by a water-absorbing layer in the middle of the tectonic plate!
There has been a gradual increase in activity on the volcano over the last month
Follow the deep water cycle
In core samples drilled from the center of the crater, the team found the incredibly rare mineral, reidite
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Hilariously impossible physics
About 1.000 times more diamond than was previously known