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Nabro Volcano continues to erupt showing strong activity, yet there is still zero media coverage?

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posted on Jun, 25 2011 @ 04:21 PM
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We have beaten raped and abused mother nature. Come on baby, wake up girl. Put some harmony back, wipe us out. We've ran our course, and I just wish humanity would've turned out differently. I'm ashamed to be human.




posted on Jun, 25 2011 @ 04:21 PM
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maybe the governator and wired had already read about the effects of vulcanism on el nino in Nature magazine
www.nature.com...



posted on Jun, 26 2011 @ 03:31 AM
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Actually they have


For example, Christopher Pearson

He's wrong of course. But nonetheless, the anything-but-humans mob have indeed blamed global warming on volcanoes!



posted on Jul, 6 2011 @ 05:21 PM
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Bump for all of the posters in this thread that said that this volcano in Nabro is 'no big deal' and not newsworthy.

There is still not much in the MSM but here is some news from an African outlet that says this event has effected 1000's, contaminated salt mines, and left at least 31 dead so far:

www.irinnews.org...





ERITREA-ETHIOPIA: Thousands need aid after volcano eruption

ADDIS ABABA/NAIROBI, 6 July 2011 (IRIN) - Thousands of Ethiopians in Afar State are facing critical food, water and health gaps almost a month after a volcano erupted in neighbouring Eritrea's Nabro region, officials say.

The volcano started erupting on 12 June, spewing ash over hundreds of kilometres, affecting food and water sources as well as air travel in some parts. The eruption also caused an earthquake with a magnitude of 5.7, Eritrea's Information Ministry reported in a communiqué.

According to a report from Ethiopia's Afar Disaster Prevention and Food Security Programs Coordination Office: "The adverse impacts of the volcanic ash increased reports of livestock mortality, migration, critical water shortage, human health problems and rising malnutrition among the worst volcanic affected woredas [districts]: Bidu, Afdera, Erebti, Elidar, Teru and Kori.

"In Bidu woreda, [the] deaths of 31 persons were reported as a result of the volcano ash."..................





posted on Jul, 6 2011 @ 06:32 PM
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now this comes right out of left field.


while reading on the sites given above, a thought suddenly stuck at me. libya is farely close, say within airstrike range. has anyone heard of any strange goingson in that general area?

this is not as far fetched as it would seem. back in ww2 they did try to cause an eruption, useing "earthquake bombs". it failed. but today we have much more powerfull non-nuke bombs. we've apparently been playing with everything else so why not?



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