Volcanic eruptions are seen as earth renewal throughout the ages... This little Alaskan is probably laughing at Gore's plan to tax it away... In fact, wild life, and Alaska's intuitive live in replicated conditions of our earliest beginnings, and....
with remarkable resilience.
Photo: Walrus by Milo Burcham: Round Island, Alaska USA; and Vocano: Nikolay
Scientists see holes in glacier at Alaska volcano...
Ready to rock, any moment now!
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - Geologists monitoring Mount Redoubt for signs of a possible eruption noticed that a hole in the glacier clinging to the north side of the volcano had doubled in size overnight - and now spans the length of two football fields!
Just sit back, relax, and enjoy the Majesty of evolution...
Alaskans brace for Redoubt Volcano eruption. Typically these volcanoes explode and shoot ash 30,000 to 50,000 feet high – more than nine miles into the jet stream...
From the Redoubt page at: Alaska Volcano Observatory
-Volcano Cam [down now] access found on same page
-Huge load on web-server (limited website) report updates.
VIDEO: Nat. Geo. gives an idea of what to expect...
VIDEO: Tourists run from erupting Masaya Volcano, Nicaragua! VIEW!
Findings on climate-change from:
National Academy of Sciences of the USA:
"Irreversible climate change due to carbon dioxide emissions; largely irreversible for 1,000 years after emissions stop...." read.
From Jacques Cooper: The earth is a closed system. The only energy comes from its core and from the sun. All the hydrocarbons were once in the atmosphere. Over the eons, the suns energy combined with flora and fauna to store the solar energy under the earth’s surface. Now, by using oil and coal (stored solar energy), we are rejuvenating the earth to its earlier status by replacing the original atmospheric carbon content. Thus we are saving the planet by returning it to its earlier condition.