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Old 08-25-2019, 11:02 PM
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This is bigger than Mt. St. Helens and maybe as big as Tambora. The volcanic eruption that caused the year without a summer 1815. Very bad news friends.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tpH8...yer%5Fembedded
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If you are unaware of the Year Without A Summer here it is, goodbye global warming.
https://scied.ucar.edu/shortcontent/...without-summer
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Well then we better start burning more fossil fuels to warm the planet up.

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Shiveluch erupting 8\25\2019
Russia. VEI5\6
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Published on Aug 25, 2019
Shiveluch Volcano Volcanic Ash Advisory: SHIVELUCH ERUPTION AUG 24TH. to 70000 ft (21300 m) Explosive activity continues. Volcanic Ash Advisory Center (VAAC) Anchorage warned about a volcanic ash plume that rose up to estimated 70000 ft (21300 m) altitude or flight level 700 and is moving at 10 kts in NNE direction.

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I also posted this in General as it is very bad news. So you know.
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If you are unaware of the Year Without A Summer here it is, goodbye global warming.
https://scied.ucar.edu/shortcontent/...without-summer

Glad when I got my seeds to put aside for next year (in case there aren't any next year), I made sure they'd grow/survive at least 2 hardiness zones farther north

Already, this summer has kind of changed into fall earlier than normal here. The dog got "clumpy" starting last week. When I saw that and felt the temperature recently, I figured we were in for an early/hard winter anyway, but this *might* make it worse

At least it's late enough in the season, *maybe* the crops will be OK
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This is bigger than Mt. St. Helens and maybe as big as Tambora. The volcanic eruption that caused the year without a summer 1815. Very bad news friends.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tpH8...yer%5Fembedded
According to the video probably about 1/100th the size of Tambora at this point. Seems like your average 10 year volcano. Location should mean very little real damage though. We'll have to wait for a lot more information.
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The eruption happened in June. Why all the concern now?

I assume it is continuing to erupt a bit, but the main event was 2 months ago.

https://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/im...raikoke-erupts

Published 11:36 a.m. ET June 27, 2019
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The eruption happened in June. Why all the concern now?

I assume it is continuing to erupt a bit, but the main event was 2 months ago.

https://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/im...raikoke-erupts

Published 11:36 a.m. ET June 27, 2019
From what I understand it initially erupted with less force in June, yesterday it erupted again with more force than a Mt. St Helens which was rated a V5. The above post for yesterday said it was a v5/V6. It is a stratospheric eruption and in the northern hemisphere. Tambora was a V6/V7 although they guessed at that number as they had no way of measuring them in 1815. It won't get much media but will definitely cause problems, and it could continue for some time. Definitely will cause weather problems.
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I’ve been waiting for it to hit the news cycle in Alaska. These types of eruptions can shut down air traffic quickly. Haven’t seen any alerts yet. The June eruption caused some disruptions in western Alaska.
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Iíve been waiting for it to hit the news cycle in Alaska. These types of eruptions can shut down air traffic quickly. Havenít seen any alerts yet. The June eruption caused some disruptions in western Alaska.
Here it is updated AlaskaJohn. Ash advisory and continueing to erupt.
https://www.volcanodiscovery.com/shiveluch/news.html
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While looking for updates I found this useful info, so thought I would share. Some very good info on how to survive volcanic ash. Really not much info out there on this topic.
http://inthecompanyofvolcanoes.blogs...volcanoes.html
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Video of Mt. St. Helen's from KOMO4 Dave Crockett. He was trapped thought he would die.
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Here is something interesting. Some scientist claim that the Little Ice Age was created by volcanic activity.

Unusual volcanic episode rapidly triggered Little Ice Age, researchers find

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During the cool spell, advancing glaciers in mountain valleys in northern Europe destroyed towns. Famous paintings from the period depict people ice-skating on the Thames River in London and canals in the Netherlands, places that were ice-free before and after the Little Ice Age.
So are the scientists going to shift from man-made global warming to man-made global cooling? After all, if something has changed, it has to be caused by the presence of people.
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Here is something interesting. Some scientist claim that the Little Ice Age was created by volcanic activity.

Unusual volcanic episode rapidly triggered Little Ice Age, researchers find



So are the scientists going to shift from man-made global warming to man-made global cooling? After all, if something has changed, it has to be caused by the presence of people.
The sun was already in a Grand Solar Minimum when some major volcano's erupted, tipping the planet into a mini ice age.
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The sun was already in a Grand Solar Minimum when some major volcano's erupted, tipping the planet into a mini ice age.
Yeah, but what they call the Little Ice Age lasted almost 500 years.

Little Ice Age circa 1300 AD to 1850 AD

Was the Little Ice Age triggered by massive volcanic eruptions?

We could be heading into another Grand Solar Minimum.

Study suggests Modern grand solar minimum in 2020 - 2053

The next Grand Solar Minimum has (very likely) begun: NASA predicts lowest solar cycle in 200 years

It's curious that we have not heard anything about the Shiveluch Volcano in the lamestream media.
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Yeah, but what they call the Little Ice Age lasted almost 500 years.

Little Ice Age circa 1300 AD to 1850 AD

Was the Little Ice Age triggered by massive volcanic eruptions?

We could be heading into another Grand Solar Minimum.

Study suggests Modern grand solar minimum in 2020 - 2053

The next Grand Solar Minimum has (very likely) begun: NASA predicts lowest solar cycle in 200 years

It's curious that we have not heard anything about the Shiveluch Volcano in the lamestream media.
We are in another Grand Solar Minimum now and it is getting deeper. Next solar cycle is projected to have less sun spots than this current one. Which means less heat. and more cosmic radiation, the solar magnetic fields protect the earth's magnetosphere less solar more cosmic radiation on earth, which cause increased volcanism and major earthquakes.
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Some LIA history. https://interestingengineering.com/t...ound-the-world
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Here are all the volcano's that are popping off right now. https://www.volcanodiscovery.com/volcanoes/today.html
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