August 5, 2012 - The Number of Significant Global Disasters is Increasing: Some of the increase in the number of hazardous disasters reported is probably due to additional monitoring stations and greatly increased improvements in information gathering and dissemination, for example, increased seismic monitoring stations and the internet. I really don’t think we have to worry about global warming, as I expect volcanic activity to greatly increase. Pictured below, Mount Puyehue eruption in Chile – June 2010.
If anything, we have to be concerned about global cooling and feeding the 7 billion people on this planet. I realize this is a contrary idea, from the main stream press. The time between 2012 and 2015 is extremely critical for world disasters of all types; especially volcanoes, earthqaukes, drought, extreme heat; sudden swings between hot and dry and cold and dry weather conditions; and wars, rebellions, civil instructions and food riots. Prepare for these future events as much as you can now.
The Master of Disaster