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I think they should keep people away from the lake so that it (and some terrestrial areas) can be studied and learned from.

The eruption was a rare opportunity to really study and understand how nature revitalizes itself after a natural "disaster".

I know a couple of people who hiked to the lake last year and saw some kid peeing into the lake. Opening this up to humans can only interrupt the natural cycle of life that is taking place.

Geez, don't we have enough water and wildlife to pillage already?

Let 'em go!
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