Saturday, May 28, 2016

Volcanic activity and the man-made global warming fraud.

Dramatic eruption of Costa Rica's Turrialba volcano

21 May 2016 Last updated at 11:27 BST 
A volcano has erupted in central Costa Rica, belching smoke and ash up to 3,000m (9,840ft) into the air. 
People in the capital San Jose, about 45km (30 miles) west of the Turrialba volcano, said layers of ash had coated buildings and cars and there was a fierce smell of sulphur.

Mexico volcano Popocatepetl spews ash

5 April 2016 Last updated at 10:20 BST 
Web cameras in Mexico have captured volcano Popocatepetl's latest eruption.
A column of smoke and ash rose around 2,000m (6,500 feet) into the night sky above the volcano's crater.
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Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano erupts

3 March 2016 Last updated at 08:58 GMT 
Ecuador's Tungurahua volcano has erupted, spewing ash and smoke into the air, in a number of fiery explosions.
Volcanologists have described the volcano's activity as moderate-high, and expect the eruptions to continue for some days.
Tungurahua, which means "Throat of Fire" in the local Quechua language, has been classified as active since 1999.

Sinabung volcano in Indonesia erupts twice in a day

26 February 2016 Last updated at 15:41 GMT 
Mount Sinabung volcano in Indonesia erupted twice on Friday, sending avalanches of smoke as high as 9843ft (3,000m) to the east. 
Authorities were closely monitoring Mount Sinabung on Sumatra, one of Indonesia's main islands, after putting it on the highest alert level in early June 2010.

Scientists film Big Ben sub-Antarctic volcano eruption

2 February 2016 Last updated at 04:27 GMT 
A volcanic eruption on a remote island in Australian territory outside the Antarctic circle has been filmed by scientists on a research expedition.
The scientists said they were delighted to witness the eruption on Heard Island, 4,100km south-west of Perth.

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