Okay, I think this settles the question:
I posted an article earlier today entitled “Monster eruption propels ash more than 13 miles into the sky” after several people sent links to me concerning the eruption.
Now, after several more readers have said they have heard nothing about such an eruption, I also question it.
You may be surprised at the answer.
Video – Popocatépetl Volcano, located just 43 miles (70 km) from Mexico City, Mexico,”erupted over seven times in 24 hours.”
Powerful explosive eruption at Ubinas volcano in Peru.
Due to cover 70% of Earth’s habitable landmasses with ice sheets two miles thick.
It was an unusually large eruption, said Steve Saunders of the Rabaul Volcano Observatory (RVO). Ash falls were so heavy that trees broke under the weight, the RVO reported.
Could affect climate.
Experts warn that it could produce a Pompeii-size eruption leading to cooling and famine.(Huge volcanic eruptions have also occurred at or near the onset of previous little ice ages.)
Europe’s most active volcano has erupted again, accompanied by more than 130 earthquakes of up to 4.3 in magnitude.