Quoting: Anonymous Coward 34532077
found an interesting link on 18th century natural phenomena
1755, when Katla erupted big, was a FUN year..
[link to www.phenomena.org.uk
a lot of shit happened to europe that year. a repeat would send this forum into meltdown
read through the other years as well. a shitload of stuff happened in the past
Thank you for an interesting chronicle of events, there is something to think about!
Totally agree with you that such a steam as it is today was shot over the Hekla
[link to i1164.photobucket.com
we are for the last two years of observations of volcanoes in Iceland have never seen, over Katla too!
This remarkable event i guess also confirms our thinking that the most likely candidate for an eruption in the near future is a volcanic complex from Hekla to Torfajokull.
Of course, we will watch it closely further.
Meanwhile, the celebration of the birth of this thread is continuing, and it coincided with already one hundredth of the account page!
All of which contain the most rapid, complete and accurate information about what is happening with the volcanoes in the world )
Maybe Etna today also congratulate us, tremor still up:
[link to www.ct.ingv.it