Digit wrote:Makes you ask why people promote theories with such obvious defects in them doesn't it?
Anyone got any info on what it may have done to the Indus?
Scientists have found what they say is the first evidence of a volcanic eruption under the Antarctic ice sheet.
They believe the volcano erupted about 2,000 years ago, and would have burst through its ice covering, producing a burst of steam and rocky debris.
The British Antarctic Survey (Bas) scientists report their finding in the journal Nature Geoscience.
They say it could aid understanding of an ice mass which is likely to play a key role in climate change.
Even the Mt. St. Helen eruption shot ash into the statosphere, and by a year later had circulated it around the globe. And that was a small eruption.
Agreed Beag, but did the ash circulate in one direction or both?
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