Now they are trying to tie their warming hoax with the volcano eruptions in Iceland and other places. Their new theory is global warming is melting the glaciers, the ground is getting lighter making it easier for the magma to make it to the Earth's surface. The good news is they aren't saying that this particular eruption was caused by global warming as the glacier that sits upon the Eyjafjallajökull Volcano is too tiny to make a difference
"Our work suggests that eventually there will be either somewhat larger eruptions or more frequent eruptions in Iceland in coming decades," said Freysteinn Sigmundsson, a vulcanologist at the University of Iceland.Here's why this particular theory doesn't make sense. According to the global warming moonbats, the ice cap over Antarctica has been been melting so quickly that soon the entire Continent is going to sell itself as a beach resort. Yet there has been no unusual increase of volcanic activity in Antarctica.
"Global warming melts ice and this can influence magmatic systems," he told Reuters. The end of the Ice Age 10,000 years ago coincided with a surge in volcanic activity in Iceland, apparently because huge ice caps thinned and the land rose.
"We believe the reduction of ice has not been important in triggering this latest eruption," he said of Eyjafjallajokull. "The eruption is happening under a relatively small ice cap."
Carolina Pagli, a geophysicist at the University of Leeds in England, said there were risks that climate change could also trigger volcanic eruptions or earthquakes in places such as Mount Erebus in Antarctica, the Aleutian islands of Alaska or Patagonia in South America.
Researchers may believe Iceland may may be heading for more volcanic activity, but CNN's Rick Sanchez probably still believes that volcanoes can't erupt in a cold climate. On the other hand, there is no truth to the rumor that Congressman Hank Johnson is worried that the glacier melting caused by the latest eruption may cause Iceland to capsize.