Volcanic ash
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Posted on 2010-04-16 01:14:05
From the Eyjafjallajökull volcano in Iceland. All over Glasgow, anyone else covered in this shit?

The worry for the Icelanders is that there's another big volcano near to Eyjafjallajökull called Katla, and usually when Eyjafjallajökull goes this Katla sort is not far behind. The problem is that Katla is vastly more powerful and spews out loads of burning, evil gear - I think the scientific seismological term is turbo-lava - all over the shop.

The Ash from the 1821 eruption is still lying about the fucking place as well, all over the country.

Weekend indoors for me
Posted on 2010-04-19 00:00:14
that summer had its charm
Our airspace is closed at the moment.

Anyway, I'd just like to say this volcano is sticking it to the bullshit enviromentalists like Al Gore with friends. This is the shit that really changes climate, not human activity.
Posted on 2010-04-20 21:11:03
yeap, the idea that the katla could "have a problem" drives me not really well. icelandic volcanos are not like this one or the laki, but the katla could really made some majors problems on climat all over the world, strong strong winter and really bad hollidays with ice and pull-over all around.. (here in france)... i do not talk about iceland, or nordik-snow-lovers, who will be certalinly happy to ski and made snowmans all the years.

for and exemple the laki en 1783 as been abble to refresh really strongly the climat of the north hemisphere, and the were ice in the gulf of mexico not far of louisiane!! not only not far of new tork, and the tamise was completely frozen...

may you understand the "little" fear" about the Katla, if it goes as the Laki... (it will an other world for two years)
Posted on 2010-04-22 00:59:40
that summer had its charm
Warming is good, cooling is bad.
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