New Research Shows Volcanoes Cause Both Sudden Global Warming and Slow…


The footprints of climate change in ice cores show sudden warming followed by much slower cooling in erratic sequences, averaging 5000 years, that are not cyclic.

“2016 appears to be the hottest year on record because the volcano Bárðarbunga in central Iceland extruded basaltic lava over an area of 33 square miles in just six months starting in August 2014.”

According to new research by Dr Peter L Ward, the distinctive footprints of climate change throughout earth’s history show sudden warming within years and slow cooling within thousands of years. Ice cores, where annual layers can often be observed, show clear evidence that…



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