Volcanoes Erupting Around World
Not by Fire but by Ice
THE NEXT ICE AGE - NOW!
Updated 20 April 2005
Underwater Volcanoes Erupting Simultaneously
All Over the World
March 14, 2005 - Hundreds of underwater volcanoes are erupting all over the world, especially around the Ring of Fire, reports the India Daily.
Underwater volcanoes are erupting in
Australia, Greece, New Zealand and many other countries including the American Northwest, which is experiencing an unprecedented level of underwater volcanism. Andaman Nicobar Islandis experiencing underwater volcanism in both the Indian Ocean and the Bay of Bengal.
Tectonic movements have gone up by several folds in the last nine months, say geologists, so much so that they don’t have enough monitoring mechanisms to keep track.
(I don’t know how valid these sources are, but if they are correct, then I am very concerned that this could be the trigger that sends us into the ice age.
As you know if you’ve read my book, I think underwater volcanoes (not humans) are heating our seas. I also think these warmer seas will lead us into an ice age. I’m therefore very anxious to learn how much magma may be pouring into the sea right now.
If there’s a tremendous amount of magma pouring into the ocean, the magma could be as much as 2,150 degrees Fahrenheit - 10 times the boiling point – which could lead to much warmer seas and thence to an ice age.)
Such warming of the Northwest seas has happened before. There’s an old Makah Indian story that I tell in my book (page 181), and I’d like to repeat it here.
“Tales of warming seas also come from the Makah Indians, who live at Neah Bay on the northwest corner of Washington's Olympic Peninsula. They tell of a time when "the sea rose without any waves until it submerged Cape Flattery." "The water on its rise became very warm, and as it came up to the houses, those who had canoes put their effects in them, and floated off with the current."I sincerely hope that this is not the beginning, but I fear that it could be.
See also It's not global warming, it's ocean warming
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