The Madness of Global Warming
Mount Tambora, in Indonesia, erupted in April 10, 1815, Its world wide effects caused what is known as the “Poverty Year” or “The year without a summer”. In North America snow fell in the month of June and record snows fell worldwide. The severe climate changes caused by the explosion left many countries suffering from the effects of devastating famine and epidemic outbreaks.
Krakatoa is a volcanic island in the Sunda Strait between the islands of Java and Sumatra, also in Indonesia. In the year 1883 the island suffered a volcanic explosion so severe it was heard in Sydney, Australia.
Mount Pinatubo lies in the Philippines. Its eruption in June 1991 will be remembered as the second largest eruption of the 20th century and the largest eruption in living memory.
Apart from their vast explosive power all three of these eruptions/explosions had a few things in common, they all threw a tremendous amount of dust particles into the atmosphere and ozone depletion temporarily increased, but what should concern us the most when thinking about Global Warming is that they all helped to lower global temperatures for at least three years after each individual event
There is something else these three events have in common and that is that they all happened at a moment in time in which our world was beginning to warm through the effects of fossil fuel burning and other human activities, so it begs the question:
How much warmer would our world be today if these eruptions had not occurred?
We can confidently state that nature has its own unique way of counteracting the effects of the harmful warming activities performed by humanity, we can also state that were it not for these events our world today would be much, much warmer. Therefore when considering the incredible power that it took for these eruptions to cool the globe we should all realize the tremendous effort humanity must make in order to restore terrestrial temperatures to those of the pre-industrial era.
How much effort will it take for us to do the same as these volcanic explosions?
Just imagine that if in a moment of madness humanity decided to create its own volcanic style explosion in order to reduce global warming; When Krakatoa exploded it did so with a force equivalent to four times the energy of the Tsar Bomba, the largest nuclear weapon ever built, in other words, the explosion had the equivalent power of about 13,000 times the power of the atomic bomb that destroyed Hiroshima.
The combined energy of what you are about to see in the video is the equivalent of the Tambora, Krakatoa and Pinatubo volcanic eruptions all put together, watch and learn exactly what kind of effort it will take to restore the balance of nature we are all helping to destroy.
Unfortunately it also shows you the wickedness of humanity!
If we don’t start introducing methods to lower Global Warming now then soon the only solution left to us will be to drop a nuclear weapon inside a volcano, I am sure that is something nobody wants to contemplate so we best start now with whatever other methods we have at our disposal.
We must do something now, before it is all too late, otherwise ….. God help us all!