Tag Archives: volcanoes

Hekla-ing Egypt

Are historical patterns repeating to some extent? Is the Egypt / Hittite / Sea People / Canaan pattern shaping up for a repeat? Does Hekla play a role in that repeating dynamic? And can past “Intermediate Periods” give us a clue what happens when cold times, volcanoes, and political unrest mix in the region? Continue reading

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Japan And Volcanoes

A short look at volcanic activity in Japan and California, and wishing everyone a Happy New Year. Continue reading

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Cold Coincidence, Or Volcanic Coordination?

How important are Russian Volcanoes to the turn to the cold side? And do they work in coordination with a ‘sleepy sun’? Continue reading

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Volcanoes In New Zealand

Make that TWO volcanoes popping off in New Zealand… Continue reading

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About those CO2 isotopes

What can a few trees in Yellowstone say about the stability of CO2, carbon isotopes, and a volcanic connection? Continue reading

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