Global Cooling Update – Mauna loa Eruption
After the eruption of the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha‘apai volcano last year, the southern hemisphere is experiencing a major cooling trend.
Now, Mauna loa, the world’s largest volcano is waking up. It has been asleep for about 38 years. If this volcano has a large eruption, the northern hemisphere will likely sink into an ice age, at least for a few years.
There are plenty of volcanoes all over the earth, so it doesn’t have to just be this one that kicks up a big eruption. There are increased cosmic rays as we head into this Grand Solar Minimum, and planetary alignments are taking shape as well. Multiple factors are in play causing sinkholes, earthquakes and volcanic eruptions.