Eyælfückingkillyoüåll Eruption yesterday.
"Climate Change could cause more hazardous geological events such as volcanic eruptions and earthquakes scientists have warned. In papers published by the (UK) Royal Society, researchers said melting ice, sea level rises, increasingly heavy rains and more frequent storms could affect the earths crust".
WTF? No, sorry, the weather does not affect the earths crust which averages 22 miles solid rock; weather erodes, or 'weathers', it over millenia, even the rise and fall of mountain ranges are marginal.
Give me fucking strength; that little gem appeared on the inside of mondays Telegraph, I expect they made it up for a bit of a laugh. My 'O' level Geology tells me what nonsense it is but, just for starters Royal Society, where was 'AGW' when Pompeii and Herculaneum got pyroclastered? Just how in thrall to the climate alarmists are the supposed scientists to produce such utter tripe, even Al Gore would be embarrassed about that.
Hey, America, it's coming your way!
The Met Office graphic showing the predicted position of the ash cloud at 18.00gmt on April 20th (3 hours from now).
A few first impressions of the 2013 AGU Fall Meeting - A photo essay. What follows are a series of photos and comments that catalog my impressions of today. As you may know, I’m attending the 2013 AGU Fall Meet...
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