Multiple Volcanoes About To Blow World Wide

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posted on May, 6 2013 @ 07:06 AM
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My Etna is the first and soon many volcanes will blow at the same time. This will happen because the ice is melting causing the fast heating of the earths surface and allowing more holes and gaps to let the volcanoes spew forth. This will coincide with the great ww3 middle east war and fulfil the Jesus red letter prophecy of the sun and moon will become like sack cloth before the great and dreadful day of the Lord



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posted on May, 6 2013 @ 07:08 AM
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i suggest you have a snickers

things will start to look better



posted on May, 6 2013 @ 07:08 AM
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Great Googly Moogly!

So does that mean next month we don't have to bother paying our bills?



posted on May, 6 2013 @ 07:10 AM
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Who said next month



posted on May, 6 2013 @ 07:11 AM
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Dear Abbey,

Please go google the terms "volcano" and "magma". Once done reading, please come back and edit your thread to make sense, even remotely.

Thank you



posted on May, 6 2013 @ 07:13 AM
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You seem to be mr know it all and a volcanoe expert you tell me



posted on May, 6 2013 @ 07:16 AM
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It could result in a 'financial meltdown' ?

If multiple volcanoes were to blow world wide, that would affect the global financial area.

Aside from the financial doom, will anyone survive?



posted on May, 6 2013 @ 07:16 AM
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Yup. Let's detonate volcanoes instead of dropping bomb on our target. No more Italy, no more Japan. Just put your hands in your back and whistle, and blame Nature for her convenient involvement in WWIII.



posted on May, 6 2013 @ 07:18 AM
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Originally posted by Thurisaz
Aside from the financial doom, will anyone survive?



Yes. Unless all the population on Earth stands on top of a blowing volcano, Mankind will survive, just like it survived Indonesia.



posted on May, 6 2013 @ 07:18 AM
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"We are seeing an increase in volcanic activity worldwide, says climatologist Cliff Harris.

"On Aug. 29, thousands of people were evacuated after a volcano on the Indonesian island of Sumatra erupted for the first time in 400 years. Earlier this month, Mount Sinabung spewed hot ash more than a mile into the air along with volcanic earthquakes. Two people died and more than 30,000 were evacuated.

"In Iceland, the eruption of Eyjafjallajokull, which caused widespread flight cancellations in Europe because of the giant ash cloud, has produced a lot of speculation concerning the neighboring volcano Katla. In the past, when Eyjafjallajokull has erupted, Katla has often followed within a short period of time.

"On Aug. 25, Italy's Etna volcano and Columbia's Galeros volcano, both erupted. The explosions were not huge, but new and perhaps bigger eruptions are expected at anytime.

"If volcanic activity continues to increase, and there is an eruption big enough to send millions of tons of ash and dust into the upper layers of the atmosphere, then the Earth's temperature would likely drop at least a degree or two from present levels. This happened in June of 1991 when Mount Pinatubo exploded in the Philippines. For the following year, the Earth's temperature dropped about 1-2 degrees before recovering several years later.

"Here are the 20 most deadly volcanic eruptions in the past 500 years worldwide and their approximately death tolls:

Kelut, Indonesia, 1586: 10,000

Vesuvius, Italy, 1631: 4,000

Oshima, Japan, 1741: 1,481

Papadanyan, Indonesia, 1772: 2,960

Lakagigar, Iceland, 1783: 9,340

Unze, Japan, 1792: 15,000

Tambora, Indonesia, 1815: 92,000

Galunggung, Indonesia, 1822: 4,000

Nevado del Ruiz, Columbia, 1845: 36,417

Krakatau, Indonesia, 1883: 36,417

Ritter, Paupa New Guinea, 1888: 3,000

Mount Pelee, Martinique, 1902: 29,000

Kelut, Indonesia, 1919: 5,110

Lamington, Papua New Guinea, 1951: 2,942

Hibok-Hibok, Philippines, 1951: 500

Agung, Indonesia, 1963: 1,148

Climatologist Cliff Harris writes a weekly column for The Coeur d'Alene Press.



posted on May, 6 2013 @ 07:19 AM
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I'll be Damned. .. Abbey is right. Almost Every Volcano on the Planet is Due to Blow.

Just like it has been for the Last 3 Billion Years.

Fortunately for us melting ice causes water. And as we All know Water and Fire don't mix to well. So, I think the toughest we might see is one hell of a steam bath.

)



posted on May, 6 2013 @ 07:19 AM
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You really should have put this in the predictions forum or something. And also some kind of articles or links or any kind of info would have been nice instead of just another doomer.



posted on May, 6 2013 @ 07:21 AM
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posted on May, 6 2013 @ 07:22 AM
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Originally posted by abbey7777
Who said next month


Well considering I already paid this months rent and my phone bill....

so what your saying is, don't worry about the internet bill?



posted on May, 6 2013 @ 07:23 AM
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"We are seeing an increase in volcanic activity worldwide, says climatologist Cliff Harris.

"On Aug. 29, thousands of people were evacuated after a volcano on the Indonesian island of Sumatra erupted for the first time in 400 years. Earlier this month, Mount Sinabung spewed hot ash more than a mile into the air along with volcanic earthquakes. Two people died and more than 30,000 were evacuated.

"In Iceland, the eruption of Eyjafjallajokull, which caused widespread flight cancellations in Europe because of the giant ash cloud, has produced a lot of speculation concerning the neighboring volcano Katla. In the past, when Eyjafjallajokull has erupted, Katla has often followed within a short period of time.

"On Aug. 25, Italy's Etna volcano and Columbia's Galeros volcano, both erupted. The explosions were not huge, but new and perhaps bigger eruptions are expected at anytime.

"If volcanic activity continues to increase, and there is an eruption big enough to send millions of tons of ash and dust into the upper layers of the atmosphere, then the Earth's temperature would likely drop at least a degree or two from present levels. This happened in June of 1991 when Mount Pinatubo exploded in the Philippines. For the following year, the Earth's temperature dropped about 1-2 degrees before recovering several years later.

"Here are the 20 most deadly volcanic eruptions in the past 500 years worldwide and their approximately death tolls:

Kelut, Indonesia, 1586: 10,000

Vesuvius, Italy, 1631: 4,000

Oshima, Japan, 1741: 1,481

Papadanyan, Indonesia, 1772: 2,960

Lakagigar, Iceland, 1783: 9,340

Unze, Japan, 1792: 15,000

Tambora, Indonesia, 1815: 92,000

Galunggung, Indonesia, 1822: 4,000

Nevado del Ruiz, Columbia, 1845: 36,417

Krakatau, Indonesia, 1883: 36,417

Ritter, Paupa New Guinea, 1888: 3,000

Mount Pelee, Martinique, 1902: 29,000

Kelut, Indonesia, 1919: 5,110

Lamington, Papua New Guinea, 1951: 2,942

Hibok-Hibok, Philippines, 1951: 500

Agung, Indonesia, 1963: 1,148

Climatologist Cliff Harris writes a weekly column for The Coeur d'Alene Press.



posted on May, 6 2013 @ 07:24 AM
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HAHHH... abby turns into prophet when she's hungry



posted on May, 6 2013 @ 07:32 AM
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Uh, ain't that something ... I do it when I'm horn - eeew, That wasn't sounding right.

More doom pr0n? Maybe ... But maybe we are also due for another natural catastrophe of monumental proportions.

Hotdogs ... get your hot, fresh hotdogs!



posted on May, 6 2013 @ 07:32 AM
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Abbey, you might want to include a reference for the information:

I see your a new member so do you know how to quote?




posted on May, 6 2013 @ 07:32 AM
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I am a man and married



posted on May, 6 2013 @ 07:33 AM
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Originally posted by abbey7777



"We are seeing an increase in volcanic activity worldwide, says climatologist Cliff Harris.

"On Aug. 29, thousands of people were evacuated after a volcano on the Indonesian island of Sumatra erupted for the first time in 400 years. Earlier this month, Mount Sinabung spewed hot ash more than a mile into the air along with volcanic earthquakes. Two people died and more than 30,000 were evacuated.

"In Iceland, the eruption of Eyjafjallajokull, which caused widespread flight cancellations in Europe because of the giant ash cloud, has produced a lot of speculation concerning the neighboring volcano Katla. In the past, when Eyjafjallajokull has erupted, Katla has often followed within a short period of time.

"On Aug. 25, Italy's Etna volcano and Columbia's Galeros volcano, both erupted. The explosions were not huge, but new and perhaps bigger eruptions are expected at anytime.

"If volcanic activity continues to increase, and there is an eruption big enough to send millions of tons of ash and dust into the upper layers of the atmosphere, then the Earth's temperature would likely drop at least a degree or two from present levels. This happened in June of 1991 when Mount Pinatubo exploded in the Philippines. For the following year, the Earth's temperature dropped about 1-2 degrees before recovering several years later.

"Here are the 20 most deadly volcanic eruptions in the past 500 years worldwide and their approximately death tolls:

Kelut, Indonesia, 1586: 10,000

Vesuvius, Italy, 1631: 4,000

Oshima, Japan, 1741: 1,481

Papadanyan, Indonesia, 1772: 2,960

Lakagigar, Iceland, 1783: 9,340

Unze, Japan, 1792: 15,000

Tambora, Indonesia, 1815: 92,000

Galunggung, Indonesia, 1822: 4,000

Nevado del Ruiz, Columbia, 1845: 36,417

Krakatau, Indonesia, 1883: 36,417

Ritter, Paupa New Guinea, 1888: 3,000

Mount Pelee, Martinique, 1902: 29,000

Kelut, Indonesia, 1919: 5,110

Lamington, Papua New Guinea, 1951: 2,942

Hibok-Hibok, Philippines, 1951: 500

Agung, Indonesia, 1963: 1,148

Climatologist Cliff Harris writes a weekly column for The Coeur d'Alene Press.



and then you put your reference in from where you have got your info:

cheers
edit on 6/5/2013 by Thurisaz because: fix format





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