There is smoke coming from the volcano’s summit and a rumbling noise is getting louder, but Badu has heard it all before. When the Little Girl approaches with her emergency backpack, he tells her the volcano hasn’t erupted in centuries. “It’s perfectly safe. It does this all the time.” The rumbling gets louder, and the Little Girl produces a map of the village and surrounding area, with a safe place – up-wind of the volcano – carefully marked. Ash starts to fall and everyone covers their mouths and noses, and follows the Little Girl to safety. Badu, still unaware of the danger, is asleep. Fortunately, he survives, though he has inhaled a lot of ash. The village is in ruins. Perhaps it would be wise to rebuild elsewhere.