Krakatoa Alert: Another Eruption Could Potentially Kill Millions And Significantly Lower Global Temperatures For 5 Years
Krakatoa Alert: Another Eruption Could Potentially Kill Millions And Significantly Lower Global Temperatures For 5 Years by Michael Snyder – End of the American Dream
Because most Americans are so focused on preparations for Christmas, not a lot of attention is being paid to the massive disaster that just took place in Indonesia, and that is a huge mistake. Anak Krakatoa has sprung to life, and there is a reason why it is known as one of the most dangerous volcanoes on the entire planet. When Krakatoa erupted on August 27th, 1883 the explosion was so loud that it was literally heard 3,000 miles away, and it was estimated that the tsunami waves were over 100 feet tall in some places. If such an eruption happened today, it would be an even worse disaster than the 2004 Indonesian tsunami which killed more than 200,000 people globally. We are talking about an event that would instantly alter all of our lives for reasons that I will share below.
So the fact that this mountain of fire has come alive is a really big deal. The following comes from the Daily Mail…
Footage of the volcano which erupted and caused a 20ft tsunami killing at least 220 people in Indonesia on Saturday has shown fireballs spewing from the mountain island in the sea.
New video of the fiery rock – known as Child of Krakatoa – glowing bright orange before billowing thick, black smoke was filmed over the weekend.
At least 220 people were killed and 800 injured after the tsunami, caused by the volcanic eruption, struck beaches in Indonesia overnight.
Just like in 2004, there was no warning. Those that were close to shore were taken completely by surprise, and many of them are now dead.
That includes most of the members of one very unfortunate band that was engulfed by the tsunami as they were performing on stage…
Jaw dropping footage of the exact moment the 20ft wave came crashing down on the stage, engulfing the band, emerged on Sunday morning as it was revealed 281 are dead.
A video which was being recorded in the seconds before the wave hit showed families enjoying a performance by Seventeen when suddenly the entire stage is smashed to pieces by the wave.
The band’s lead singer Riefian ‘Ifan’ Fajarsyah told his 300,000 followers in a tearful video he was looking for the rest of the band.
Video shows a tsunami (possibly caused by the volcanic eruption of Mount Anak-Krakatau, strikes Anyer Beach) crashing into a venue in Indonesia where the band Seventeen was performing. pic.twitter.com/UILwD1Krth
— Lorraine Lopezs (@LorraineLopezs) December 23, 2018
After the 1883 eruption, Krakatoa collapsed into the ocean, and it was hoped that it would never rise again. But then in 1927 the “Child of Krakatoa” began to emerge…
Anak Krakatoa meaning ‘Child of Krakatoa’ was named by Indonesian people over its formation.
The island emerged from the sea in 1927, decades after a cataclysmic natural disaster in 1883 when a larger island with three volcanic peaks erupted, causing huge tidal waves which killed 36,000 people.