- (Not on feeding the criminal global warming industry which will try to pervert this event into a prop for billionaire carbon traders).
- Some of the gaseous clouds and lava flows were so huge they
- affected Earth's climate.
- 8-month-long Laki volcano eruption in Iceland in 1783.
"When the Laki volcano erupted in 1783, it caused a cloud of poison gas to drift to Britain, where hundreds died. The smog and ash caused famines in Western Europe. Crop production plunged. The winter of 1784 was one of the coldest in history, with the Mississippi River freezing as far south as New Orleans. The last time there was a major eruption in Iceland, flooding followed within minutes of the hot lava hitting the glaciers, with house-sized boulders tumbling down mountains.
Pompeii was nothing compared to what might happen when Iceland's volcanoes wake from their long slumber. The whole world is going to know when that happens, no question about it. It's only a matter of time.""...from American Thinker, "Iceland's volcano may effect economy, weather, health worldwide," Jane Jamison