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First One, Then Two, Not a Pandemic

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    First One, Then Two, Not a Pandemic

    Second Alaska Peninsula volcano spurts ash, lava and steam

    But absolutely worth keeping tabs on. Just remember in 1815 (if I have that right) it only took one eruption and right now we got two going on.
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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Year_Without_a_Summer

    Remember it's already happened once in the last 200 years.

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    And then there was was three, this one too the south

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    I'm sure it means something but I'm sure I don't know what.

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    One of my greatest moments of self realization of just how truely insignificant we are a species came while standing atop Sulpher Mountain in the Canadian Rockies of Alberta. As I looked out over the Rockies and wondered at the sheer violent force Mother Nature brought forth to create such beauty, I realized that when Mother Earth tires of us she will make her own corrections, and either end this experiment in life or start over.

    Just one man's opinion, of course.
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    Agree

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    She will probably win but it doesn't mean we can't do go down with a fight!

    Mother Nature v Mans will to Survive

    Could be s good book.....

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    The best mankind can ever expect in a battle with nature is a tie. She is always there to go again.
    I realized that on a canoe trip down a local river. Even if we made the trip successfully it (the river) would always be there, ever changing, ready to test us again.



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    Alaska volcano erupts with new intensity, disrupts local flights

    One of the original two now has increased its out put. Flights disrupted.

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    Mexico volcano ash disrupts US flights - Americas - Al Jazeera English

    Mexico plume hits mile high status, disrupts 40+ flights from USA

 

 

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