From: Andrew Johnson
Date: 2010-03-22 08:34:00
People might want to consider this – and what Ben Fulford pointed out in this video clip from a year or 18 months ago. www.youtube.com/watc… I don’t think HAARP is responsible – so I can’t agree with his suggestion about that!! From: Carole Bragg [mailto:email@example.com…] Sent: 22 March 2010 00:30To: undisclosed recipients:Subject: punishment Hundreds Flee As Volcano Erupts Is this Icelands punishment for not doing as they were told????? VOLCANO ERUPTS IN ICELAND 10 hours 26 mins ago © Sky News 2010 Print Story A volcano has erupted in the south of Iceland forcing hundreds of people to flee their homes. Skip related content Related photos / videos Hundreds Flee As Volcano Erupts In Iceland Play video Hundreds Flee As Volcano Erupts In Iceland Play video Enlarge photo Homes Evacuated As Volcano Erupts In Iceland Enlarge photo Related content Video: Hundreds Flee As Volcano Erupts In Iceland The Eyjafjallajokull glacier, the island’s fifth largest, started to spew smoke and lava from several craters along a rift popular with hikers. Police declared a state of emergency and sent rescue teams to evacuate about 500 people living near the site. No injuries or damage to property have been reported. Three Red Cross care centres were opened in nearby villages to help the evacuees. “The evacuations have gone smoothly,” said police chief Kjartan Thorkelsson, adding that there is no indication the volcano presents any immediate danger to people. The volcano threw up a plume of smoke about 1km high. But there is little threat of flooding unless the eruption grows in scope and begins to melt large amounts of ice on the glacier, police said. Flights to and from Iceland have been cancelled due to the risk that clouds of ash could interfere with navigation, with planes from US cities Orlando and Seattle diverted to Boston. Some 1,300 travellers are stranded in airports in Iceland and abroad, the Civil Authority said, adding that all flights are expected to start taking off later. Iceland sits on a volcanic hotspot in the Mid-Atlantic Ridge and has relatively frequent eruptions, although most occur in sparsely populated areas and pose little danger. Scientists had been monitoring the Eyjafjallajokull glacier, dormant since 1821, for signs of seismic activity but said there had been little warning of the eruption on Saturday. There have been 21 eruptions in Iceland since 1963 but the only one to cause any damage took place in 1973 in the Westmann Islands and caused no casualties. Geophysicist Magnus Tumi Gudmundsson said there is no way to predict how long the eruption will last. But it is possible it could lead to flooding if the volcanic fissure expand west, he said. “It could end tomorrow, it could go on for a year or two, but this is a small eruption,” the expert added.