Friday

S. Arabia's Snow- بركان Jabal al-Tair (Red Sea)

-Posted by D. Worth (US) | for- M. Barbay (France)

Dr "H" (Alexandria) says that the effects of جبل الطير‎ stratovolcano of 2007 have aided in impacting colder temps for the region; bringing frost, snow, and the coldest temps in 3 decades... Aided by stratovolcano cloud drifting formations etc; we are seeing a shift in the region's climate...(More later)


جزيرة جبل الطير in calmer days...
Remembering: Red Sea volcano's 'catastrophic' eruption
It is cited that the sulfur dioxide (SO2) in this cloud, combined with water to form droplets of sulfuric acid, block some of the sunlight reaching the Earth and thereby cooling temperatures in some regions by as much as 0.5 °C. And along with "other factors" impact a shift in weather conditions.
Paleosols of middle Holocene Age... (Paleoclimatic significance)
Remember, we were once hot, without ice… And the nearly 20 serious glacial episodes, which disrupted the flows of warming currents between the Atlantic and Pacific; were templates for the merge of Human life…

Saudi Arabia Enjoys the Snow...
Northern regions of Saudi Arabia have been hit by the second cold spell this winter, the Al-Watan daily said, on Wednesday. Weather forecasters say the freeze is set to continue until Friday.


In mid-January, unusually cold weather smashed decades-old records in Saudi Arabia where temperatures reached a record low of -6 degree Centigrade (21.2 degree Fahrenheit)...
Temperatures in northern and northwestern parts of the country plunged to -5 degrees Centigrade (23 Fahrenheit) with bitterly cold winds raging at speeds of 60 km/ph (37 m/ph).
The Red Herring is man-made "global warming"...
Dr. sites what lies beneath on its way to surface, should be carefully monitored... Looks little to do with man's carbon here...
More to do with "the Rise of the Red Sea (bed)"...
I want to see the programs (instead of declarations) that will stop this.


NOTE:The April (1815) cataclysmic eruption of Tambora Volcano in Indonesia is sited to be the most powerful eruption in recorded history. Tambora's volcanic cloud lowered global temperatures by as much as 3 °C. Even a year after the eruption, most of the northern hemisphere experienced sharply cooler temperatures during the summer months. In part of Europe and in North America, 1816 was known as the year without a summer.

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