From: Andrew Johnson
Date: 2010-04-18 16:43:23
From: Kathy Roberts [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Sent: 18 April 2010 01:34To: Undisclosed-Recipient: ;@smtp103.sbc.mail.gq1.yahoo.comSubject: Iceland Volcanic Ash Conspiracy April 2010 alcuinbramerton.blog… Iceland Volcanic Ash Conspiracy April 2010
· Why is the Keflavic International Airport in Iceland still open?· Is the volcanic ash cloud story a cover for CME disruption of aircraft communications? More here. CME = Coronal Mass Ejection. Ejection of plasma and entraining coronal magnetic field energy from the Sun. More here.· Who would most benefit from the mandatory clearing of European airspace? And who would most suffer? Are the military in the air? Whose military?· Is European airspace being kept clear for military defensive purposes or for military offensive purposes? Whose military?· Is European airspace being kept clear to let something much more important happen up there? Or to let something much more important in or out? Something which might be hugely disruptive to conventional radioelectronic communications between aircraft and their ground control systems?· Is European airspace being kept clear to prevent people seeing something significant out of aircraft windows?· Volcanoes are common natural phenomena on this planet. There is nothing unusual about volcanoes. About twenty volcanoes are erupting in the world at this very moment. Only one of them is in Iceland. Since 1980, as many as five volcanoes have erupted each year in the USA alone. Worldwide, about sixty volcanoes erupted each year through the 1990s. The total was one hundred and fifty four in the full decade 1990-1999. Why has this single, relatively small, volcano in Iceland suddenly been allowed to empty northern European airspace for days in a row? Between fifteen and twenty different sovereign nations have had their passenger fleets grounded. This has never happened to air traffic before on anything like this scale, anywhere or at any time. · Why now? And why so widespread and long-lasting?