posted on Apr, 19 2010 @ 06:23 AM
reply to post by boondock-saint
Interesting idea... had popped up in my mind but I had not given it much thought until recently.
Who stands to gain? Deffo not the airline industry.
Could it be a scalar induced dry run for some future artificially generated food shortage, to study behaviour of the people of the UK? We had to send
a whole lot of our fruit, lamb and fish back from the UK to New Zealand and also we are attempting to offload some of it on the states too. I'm not
complaining because it means supermaket prices will drop here, plus we'll get the good export stuff instead of the rubbish we usually get dumped on
edit:lighting around volcanic eruptions is common, the general consensus is that it is static discharge caused by the friction of hundreds of tonnes
of fine ash particles. If you follow electric universe theory, if the earths core is a giant cathode then when the cork comes off..
I love volcanoes (I was on the mountain the last time Ruapehu erupted down this way
) and I love seeing a little bit of chaos and disruption... go
get em ey... eye... eye jaf jaaa.... eyjafjallajokull....
[edit on 19/4/10 by GhostR1der]