Below is a live cam covering a possible imminent eruption that scientists predict to make it to the crust in the next few hours.
Ash propelled that high (into the stratosphere) could cool the planet.
“Reykjavik Eartquake – Iminent Volcanic Eruption – Unprecedented Situation” ” More than a thousand tremors registered overnight.” “The worst news is that it is next door to the capital of Iceland.”
Finally! Mainstream science is beginning to catch up with me.
New Study Warns: Magnetic Catastrophe that Wiped Out the Neanderthals is Due to Hit Again
Robert W. Felix
Finally! Mainstream science is beginning to catch up with me. A new study just published in Science magazine makes it appear that the very thought of a magnetic reversal causing an extinction is a brand new idea. But if you’ve read either of my books; Not by Fire but by Ice or Magnetic Reversals and Evolutionary Leaps, you know that I’ve been speaking and writing about just such a scenario for more than 20 years.
“New research suggests a polar flip could be catastrophic,” reads the headline on msm.com.
“A global environmental crisis 42,000 years ago,” declares Science magazine.
“Ancient relic points to a turning point in Earth’s story 42,000 years ago,” echoes the University of New South Wales (UNSW).
“Magnetic Madness: Magnetic catastrophe ‘that wiped out Neanderthals’ is due to happen AGAIN, scientists warn,” shouts The Sun.
“Flipping of Poles and Collapse of Earth’s Magnetic Field Led to Neanderthals’ Extinction, Study Says,” enthuses Sputnik News.
And finally, from NPR: “Ancient Trees Show When The Earth’s Magnetic Field Last Flipped Out.”
Whatever the title, each of these articles speaks of the crisis that ensued the last time the Earth’s magnetic poles exchanged places. New research suggests that a magnetic reversal roughly 42,000 years ago caused dramatic changes on Earth and “possibly changed the course of human history.”
“Unprecedented,” say experts. Look at the number of earthquakes in the last 48 hours!
Tens of thousands of people on high alert – Scientists study activity not seen in years
“The area already is under scrutiny for its melting ice cap, and some have suggested buried volcanoes could be a reason.”
Spot on! I’ve been saying this for years.
In this footage, Klyuchevskoy volcano on Russia’s remote Kamchatka Peninsula can be seen spouting lava and a thick column of ash into the night sky, continuing a period of heightened activity over recent years.
“Cluster of Alaskan Islands Could be Single, Interconnected Giant Volcano,” reads the headline. A super-volcano, in other words.