The volcano that erupted in Iceland last year and disrupted the world's air traffic is about to do it again. Volcanologists say that Eyjafjallajokull threatens to send out a cloud of dust and it could even set off a swarm of earthquakes around the world. The February 8th edition of the Telegraph quotes geophysicist Pall Einarsson as saying we have a "good reason to worry." Earthquake tremors to the northeast of the remote volcano range are the strongest recorded in recent times and Einarsson says there is "no doubt" that the lava was rising.
What's in store for us in the future? Did John Hogue or Starfire Tor predict this? (And we'll hold Hogue's feet to the fire--as we always do--in June). NOTE: Subscribers can still listen to all of these shows.