Saturday, May 3, 2008


Looks like the the world is in for a little more cooling. A rather large Volcanic event has South of the equator in Chaiten, Peru, as well as one in Chile, in addition to the previous mid April eruption in Columbia, with another in Indonesia around the same time. Nothing new about that, but more news from a few days ago indicate more activity around the site of the Krakatoa eruption at Anak Krakatoa, leading to a level 3 alert.

These eruptions mean lots of particulate matter and various gases being thrown into the upper atmosphere which will further reduce the energy Earth receives from the sun for a while. Nothing new there. On the other hand how are the cooler temperatures going to be explained by some of the AGW faction, who according to this article, appear to have been manipulating global temperature measurements to fit their own agenda.


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