NOAA press release coyly describes the ‘blob’ as a “New Marine Heatwave.” And they use that word over and over and over again. You think I’m kidding? They use the word ‘heatwave’ 19 times, and ‘heat wave’ another three times. Talk about obfuscation! It is NOT a ‘heatwave.’ It is a blob of superheated water, superheated water NOT due to human activity. Rather (as I’ve been saying for years), I blame underwater volcanic activity.
Giant ‘island’ of floating rock so big it can be tracked via satellite.
“And they wonder why sea temperatures are rising,” says reader Paul Fazey.
An intense earthquake swarm has been shaking the Mayotte region since May 2018, said BRGM, the France-based geological agency serving the territory.
Explaining why there are so many atolls that barely rise above sea level. (I think this theory from Dr Klaus L E Kaiser makes a lot of sense.)
Mount Anak Krakatau (“Child of Krakatau”)
Ben Davidson of Suspicious Observers interviewed me on Friday, 9 March 2018.
A giant lava bubble is expanding at Kikai volcano, a supervolcano just 31 miles south of Japan’s main island of Kyushu.
Why We Must Forget About Man-Made Global Warming and Come To Terms With the Fact That the Next Ice Age Could Begin Any Day
10 Jan 2018 – In July 2012, geologists noted the eruption of a previously little-known underwater volcanic area called Havre Seamount off the coast of New Zealand.
An “ocean chimney” the size of Tasmania is pumping huge amounts of heat into the atmosphere. Headlines call the hole “mysterious,” but it doesn’t seem all that mysterious to me. I think the heat is coming from underwater volcanic activity.