Eyjafjallajökull Icelandic Volcano: new insights

This is what the Eyjafjallajökull volcano looks like:

Eyjafjallajökull Icelandic volcano explosionStromboli via InnovationsInNewspapers via TheDailyWhat via Charitini

Sure, sure, it could just be natural forces: tectonic plates shifting, hot lava spewing up from underground. Iceland basically runs off geothermal energy, the incredible kinetic forces locked beneath the earth’s crust. But have they ever really explored the true nature of those forces?

I’m just sayin’… it explains so much!

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7 thoughts on “Eyjafjallajökull Icelandic Volcano: new insights

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  2. We don’t live anywhere near a flight path to the Hamburg airport, but since the ban took effect we’ve noticed it’s really quiet around here. We love it. Go whatsitsnamevolcano!

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  4. I believe the threat of the Katla Volcano erupting in the near future is extremely high. Since 2005, there have been three instances of simultaneous volcanic eruptions. These eruptions were in Guatemala, Alaska, and Russia, where there were six simultaneous eruptions.

    These eruptions are posted on my site (the most recent article) and are substantiation that lately, there has been extremely strange behavior witnessed as it pertains to volcanic eruptions. I believe that an eruption will occur at Katla sooner rather than later; we know that no one can predict when a volcano will erupt, however, based on historical data as it pertains to the relationship between Evjafjallajokull and Katla seems to suggest there is an extremely high probability that an eruption of Katla is imminent.

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