Scientists try to explain why volcanoes are erupting all over the place right now

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The Earth seems to have been smoking a lot recently. Volcanoes are erupting in Iceland, Hawaii, Indonesia, Ecuador and Mexico right now. Others, in the Philippines and Papua New Guinea, erupted recently but seem to have calmed down. Many of these have threatened homes and forced evacuations. But among their spectators, these eruptions raise question: Is there such a thing as a season for volcanic eruptions?

While volcanoes may not have “seasons” as we know them, scientists have started to discern intriguing patterns in their activity.

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  1. The “answers” do not make sense.

    I would suggest we look close to home in Japan with that nuclear reactor going crazy.
    It could be putting pressure on the plates. It could actually be melting and sinking closer to the core of the planet. Would that cause volcanoes and earthquakes on a critical zone?
    Japan is on a critical zone.
    There is a remote possibility that we are in the midst of a reversal of the magnetic field. This occurs on a regular basis. Normally about 250,000 years apart. We are overdue for such a reversal.
    There is also a remote possibility that we are approaching a near miss orbit of a sub-brown Dwarf. Such a Dwarf might be about the size of Jupiter or slightly larger. Some people think it is in a comet-like orbit coming close to the Sun every 3,500 years give or take 500 years.
    The current authority is Andy Lloyd. He believes this dwarf might be on the extreme distance from the Sun and is just now turning in its orbit. Which puts it roughly 1500 years from happening again.
    ‘It is likely. We have Brown Dwarfs in orbit around a number of Suns in our neighborhood.
    But we are talking enormous distances to even the closest stars in our neighborhood.
    Brown Dwarfs are small and very dense compared with normal Suns. They can be 3-5 times older than the Sun. They can be fairly small as suns go and have gravitational fields that are high in portion to their size. Dwarfs about 10 times the size of Jupiter are common in the Universe.
    My own guess would be that such a dwarf would be rotating around the Sun in opposition to all the planets. Meaning if we rotate counter clockwise around the Sun then this object would rotate clockwise. Not likely. Just a possibility.
    If we are experiencing a cosmic event, then it is likely that a planet rotating around the dwarf might be causing the problem. It is possible but not likely that a Jupiter sized gas giant could be a lot closer than the star itself, if it exists at all.

    The “experts” think it is far south of the equator in Sagitarius if it is there at all and it is practically invisible as it gives off very little heat and light. They are mainly going by translated astronomy records from about 6,000 years ago by the Sumarians. A lot can change in 6,000 years.
    It would explain why humanity has a record dating back at least 250,000 years and is only now getting started with scientific knowledge. Most of human history is buried and we have no idea what has happened say 20,000 years ago.
    That could be quite deliberate on the part of the religious authorities burning the records invovled to keep themselves in business.

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