Locals Believe Katla Volcano in Iceland Near Eyjafjallajokull Will Erupt in Seven Days

The eruptions and ash disturbance from the Eyjafjallajokull volcano might be waking up its neighbor, Katla. If this is the case, the results could be globally devastating. Activity at Katla has risen 200% in the last two days.

NEWEST Earthquake activity UPDATE (6/11/10) CAN BE FOUND HERE:

http://scienceray.com/earth-sciences/iceland-katla-volcano-new-earthquake-activity-61110/

BIG update for 5/23/10! Volcanic activity reported at Katla, currently, via hisz rsoe. Please follow the link below for details and links to hisz rsoe…

For a full update on the Icelandic volcanoes, please see this:

Daily Updates on Iceland’s active volcanoes

The earthquake build up since the beginning of the year and subsequent eruptions at Eyjafjallajokull seem to be triggering the larger neighboring volcano, Katla. For the last two days, Katla has shown a dramatic 200% rise in activity. Geophysicists at Iceland’s Institute of Earth Sciences call Katla a vicious volcano that will be locally and globally damaging.

Katla’s last eruption started in 1821, along side an eruption at Eyjafjallajokull. Katla has a pattern of erupting in sequence with Eyjafjallajokull. However, Katla is different. It is much larger and it will make the present eruptions in Iceland look mild in comparison. Scientists say that although Eyjafjallajokull eruptions are less frequent, Katla eruptions are significantly worse and larger. Historically, Katla has been shown to wake up whenever Eyjafjallajokull does, and sometimes on its own. This is why it is believed that Katla will erupt and it will be soon. Due to the up tick in activity, the locals believe that Katla will erupt in approximately 7 days.

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  1. David St.Amour Says...

    On April 19, 2010 at 8:41 am

    If KATLA is going to erupt the Vulcanologist\’s should already have a good judge as to when .And the temperatures would be rising dramaticaly in that location .


  2. cghrmauritius Says...

    On April 19, 2010 at 9:52 am

    Whats the real chance of Katala blowing, is it high or low?


  3. Messenger Says...

    On April 19, 2010 at 10:20 am

    Is this something strange? Does anybody read the Bible? Search on net, to see latest disasters (earthquakes, volcanoes, floods and…) Now, did you hear God: “But when these things begin to happen, stand up and raise your heads, because your redemption is drawing near. (Luke 21:28)


  4. Vikingisson Says...

    On April 19, 2010 at 10:39 am

    So which is it mr Messenger? The End Times (TM), pay back for Health Care Reform (TM) (suggested by Rush Lim), Cash not Ash (TM) (inside joke between ISK/UK), Climate Change (TM) (the right wing is desperately looking for someone to suggest that), or simply, wait for it,
    Nature?
    Nature is as nature does. These events have been happening since, well, forever. It is what makes our planet, not destroys it. In Iceland eruptions are common and by chance this one is blowing into Europe. Nobody cared when a bigger event happened a few years ago but only affected the locals.


  5. Shay Says...

    On April 19, 2010 at 11:11 am

    Messenger, you’re late; one of your ancestors was here saying the same thing in 1821 when Katla most recently erupted. I guess that was just a trial run (and all the times it erupted before that)?


  6. Vikingisson Says...

    On April 19, 2010 at 11:35 am

    The odds are better than slim that Katla will go next. However Katla despite being nearby is not on the same local magma system that the other two are on. The current eruption is bigger than last month’s and being under the ice cap is more dangerous. But it pales in comparison to Katla that has a magma chamber 100 times larger and sits under more ice. The seismic activity and loss if ice might trigger Katla like it has historically.

    These “leaks” can pop up in various places. It isn’t the simplistic view of a single cone that erupts every time. The first one was a 2km long fissure that isn’t in a caldera. Luck of the draw where it happens and what problems it causes.

    I’m not always trusting of the implications of percentages and handy numbers that are always tossed around. 200% sounds like a lot and it is except that like numbers used to describe Icelandic demographics it doesn’t take much to skew the numbers. A relatively small increase in the ever present background noise of live systems such as Katla are common and can sound worse than they are.

    But if and when she blows, oh boy, it will get very interesting. If the wind is still blowing like it is. Otherwise people don’t care about the eruptions that are not uncommon in Iceland. It isn’t even the only active volcano right now.


  7. Kees Klinker Says...

    On April 19, 2010 at 2:13 pm

    Well eskimo s,

    Good news for you, as long as there is vulcanic ash in the air, the UK and NL will not start deploying their bombers to get some payback from the Icesafe debts.


  8. Stefan Says...

    On April 19, 2010 at 2:25 pm

    Actually Katla’s last confirmed eruption was in 1918. Then she is also believed to have erupted subglacially in 1956 and 1999. But It is a historical fact that every time Eyjafjallajökull has erupted Katla started within 1 year after eyjafjallajökull stopped. I have seen no indication in the local media here in Iceland about Katla erupting within a week, nor can they tell more then 1,5-2 hours ahead if an eruption will take place. If you want to keep track on the news about the volcanoes here in Iceland the best place to start might be the Icelandic met office: http://en.vedur.is/about-imo/news/2010/


  9. Blongie Says...

    On April 19, 2010 at 2:32 pm

    @Messenger On April 19, 2010 at 10:20 am
    Earth is an active planet. There are always volcanoes active and there are always earthquakes like there always thunderstorms somewhere, Earth is hit by lightening every single moment. There is no rise in tectonic activity. In fact, as earth’s inner core slowly cools down the activity decreases.

    To think that an invisible magical zombie from stories from the bronze age is responsible for tectonic activity is, eehm, rather ignorant. There are volcanoes on Venus and Mars and some very active ones on some of the ‘moons’ of the big gas giants. No abracadabra. We understand quite well how it all works. No need to kneel down and send your money to people who make a living with fear, superstition and fairytales. There is no Thor, no Zeus and no Jesus.


  10. Naaad Says...

    On April 19, 2010 at 2:33 pm

    We said: ‘Send cash’, not ‘Send ash’!!!


  11. drbukkake Says...

    On April 19, 2010 at 2:56 pm

    This is no style!

    Greetings uut Groningen from Dr Bukkake (banned @ gs.nl)


  12. Theo Thijssen Says...

    On April 19, 2010 at 3:17 pm

    @Shay
    Difference is that this time the Icelanders refused to settle the IceSafe debt. You can mess with God, but not with Holland!


  13. Georgie3731 Says...

    On April 19, 2010 at 3:41 pm

    Okay Blongie

    Wow! do you sound arrogant. Did someone round here appoint you personally as God so that you can put us all in the picture? Don’t worry about Icelandic volcanoes – I guess you have enough problems every day managing your massive ego. Wait for the supernovas and then when the sun is blocked out, review that message by Messenger. In the meantime, the Bible has quite a lot of advice about humility.


  14. Georgie3731 Says...

    On April 19, 2010 at 4:15 pm

    And as far as you’re concerned, Shay, if it was a trial run in 1821, let’s hope for your sake that you won’t get burned alive by the lava – is that sarcastic enough for you?


  15. the dude Says...

    On April 19, 2010 at 5:47 pm

    yo georgie,

    go melt your own lava with your comments.
    Holland need cash, not ash. This nature joke
    cost us alot off money.


  16. Chris Says...

    On April 19, 2010 at 6:22 pm

    Katla has started showing a lot of activity in the last few hours. I believe it will erupt very soon, and it\’ll have devastating consequences.


  17. Bill Says...

    On April 19, 2010 at 6:39 pm

    Sell your shares, war is coming and it will have a bigger impact then 911.

    The graphs are rising sharply:
    http://hraun.vedur.is/ja/Katla2009/stodvaplott.html


  18. Pay da Dutch Says...

    On April 19, 2010 at 8:24 pm

    Locals over there also believe in trolls and fairies (no kidding).


  19. Dan Says...

    On April 20, 2010 at 12:51 am

    Guys don’t be so quick to judge Messenger. I mean, I’m a Christian too and honestly the last few years have been eerily reminiscent of biblical predictions. I mean, the world had been crazier than ever the last decade, much more so than normal. On top of that we’ve had some crazy ass weather the last few years plus the recent earthquakes/volcano. If you don’t believe, hey that’s cool. More power too you. But if you do you can’t help but look at these things and turn your eyes to the heavens in excitement.


  20. David Says...

    On April 20, 2010 at 2:10 am

    About the odds of katla blowing it’s top.

    Eyja erupted 3 times in 1000 years, every single time it acted as a catalyst for katla causing it too erupt too.

    So so far as far as recorded history goes, katla erupts 3 out of 3 times eyja does.

    Personally I hope this will be the time katla proves it doesn’t erupt 100% of the times eyja does lol.
    But chances are good it will.

    As for predicting, volcano’s are notoriously unpredictable, sometimes they look like they will erupt and go back to sleep for another 100 years, sometimes nothing seems wrong and one blows it’s top from seemingly one moment to the next.
    The biggest definitive warning you can get that it will erupt is an earthquake cluster in and around it. The downside of this is while it predicts eruption, the symptom only happens minutes before the actual eruption in most cases.


  21. kuvanauta Says...

    On April 20, 2010 at 3:33 am

    spurdö spårödred ei hätää minä pelastan päivän


  22. kristof Says...

    On April 20, 2010 at 3:43 am

    yeah, turn you eyes to the heavens in excitement… you know what, the weather hàs been completely off the last decade, because WE completely overpopulated the planet and nuked the atmosphere around it.
    regarding iceland, this is probably the 22.002.125th eruption of this volcano, so nothing to worry about, i’m sure it knows what it’s doing :-)
    somehow it doesn’t seem to dawn to some people that to the planet, we are as insignificant as anything else, merely a little glitch in time .(but a nasty one.)


  23. Godisdead Says...

    On April 20, 2010 at 4:09 am

    Why can’t christians leave their stupid ignorant religion and pedofile god out of this?

    KEEP THY RELIGION TO THYSELF.


  24. alexpdx Says...

    On April 20, 2010 at 4:18 am

    “For the last two days, Katla has shown a dramatic 200% rise in activity.”

    Where is the article’s source for this comment?

    I can’t find any information elsewhere suggesting such increase of activity. Nothing on Norvol or Institute of Earth Sciences, etc.


  25. eggles Says...

    On April 20, 2010 at 4:41 am

    @Godisdead

    the only ignorant being here is you mister. and the lack of knowledge just makes you look silly.

    christians don’t hold on to religion, they don’t need it, they have faith. religion is a system. the same system as you hold on to – believing that only money, for instance, can bring stability and joy to your life.

    Katla might as well erupt. Apparently if Katla erupted, the temperatures in the upcoming year would go down. A very lucky thing for us… Especially when the scientists have announced the summer of 2010 to be the hottest and unlivable summer since the days when the first weather reports where made (so say.. ever). I think someone is definitely taking a good care of us…


  26. Atrilius Says...

    On April 20, 2010 at 5:36 am

    Eggles…. The truth is that you are ignorant and your comments are silly ! You ASUME to much from godisdead and to quick to judge him. His name godisdead could lead to one think that he is just as mad as you, but at least he had some truth in his comments, not like your mumble jumble your spreading… i.e scientists saying 2010 hottest summer etc… Word of advice… try thinking for your self and stop believing everything you read and told. If you are unable to think for yourself please keep your Ignorant, silly and arrogant mouth shut.


  27. Atrilius Says...

    On April 20, 2010 at 6:07 am

    PS….the History of the world has been hotter and colder than what it is now. The world has seen larger and smaller volcanoes in its time. Just because we have not seen these great acts of NATURE in our time or since the begining of recorded time, it does not mean its the end of the world or something is giving US a message. Its very sad to see people trying to scare one- another with their stories or unfounded beliefs for money or any other twisted reason. Nature is innocent and does not know of good or evil.


  28. eggles Says...

    On April 20, 2010 at 7:06 am

    @Atrilius

    you don’t even know me, and you already overfilled your comments with false assumptions. i merely made a comment referring to Godisdead’s ‘pedofile god’ remark.. You don’t find this insulting? Maybe it doesn’t insult you specifically, but it IS in fact insulting.

    And if you read my comments with an attitude of a kind and sane person, you would probably read it in a different way. i regret that you misread it..

    As for the remark of the hottest summer and thinking for myself – i am not the scientist, and not the weather person. However, i do trust the word of those who are educated and trained in this… don’t you?

    or do you yourself go and reinvent the bicycle every time a scientist says something.. do you get my point?

    having said that – i agree with everything that you said in your second comment – noone is sending us a message.

    and you know what else – those who are in the right way, they are not scared that easily by things like 12.12.12 and end of world.. : )

    Atrilius, be kinder!


  29. Kaas Says...

    On April 20, 2010 at 7:42 am

    @Eggles it’s 21.12.12..


  30. Kaas Says...

    On April 20, 2010 at 8:01 am

    @Eggles it\’s 21.12.12..


  31. eggles Says...

    On April 20, 2010 at 8:06 am

    really?

    mhh… i will have to amend my schedule then ; )


  32. Georgie3731 Says...

    On April 20, 2010 at 8:22 am

    Dude – Messenger has a message of love. Other messengers bring fire and brimstone. Which one do you prefer?

    Godisxxxx – You can say that to God when you meet Him face to face. Who knows? It may well be sooner than you think.

    Antichrist – sorry, Atrilius – what does your name mean?


  33. Atrilius Says...

    On April 20, 2010 at 8:45 am

    Eggles….. It was not my intention to insult you on a personal level and if I have I am sorry. Your remarks regarding Godisdead and your assumptions that his belief in a system of money etc was unfounded, he never quoted anything which would make one think that. You also went on to name call him just as you have done with me by suggesting I am or may be insane, “read your last comment”. I guess like me he is fed up with people reciting passages from the bible every time some natural disaster occurs.
    Regarding trust in those who are a profesional in a certain field, I am forced to trust these people from time to time. However when it really matters….. I do not rely on one source of information but go out of my way to gather many sources and do my own research, then I make my mind up “I am not always right but I know I am closer to the truth if I had not”. We all know or should know that people who are in posistion of power i.e. politician, scientist, priest can be corrupt and have motives of there own. So NO I do not trust all these people like you have said you do. Would you let your children (if you have any) stay with a priest you have never met for a whole week? would you trust him because he is a man of the cloth etc? I am not stating that all priest are pedofile’s but merly stating that there are people who are corrupt and abuse there power. Scientist can also manipulate the truth because of pressure of there goverment or self interest, I have seen this for myself.
    This is a quick statement to your comment and I hope you are not offeneded.


  34. passerby Says...

    On April 20, 2010 at 9:38 am

    @Georgie3731

    nicely said.


  35. eggles Says...

    On April 20, 2010 at 11:10 am

    @Atrilius.

    ok. let’s put the guns aside (metaphor). i am a Christian myself, and i too don’t like when people start quoting Bible for the sake of making things look scarier. certainly not when it comes to every natural disaster! plus, it is not fair, as the whole purpose of the Bible is not to scare people (in my opinion). but that’s another matter completely.

    in any case – i would never leave my children to someone who is even a tiny bit suspicious (be it a priest or a pastor, or anyone else). Priests / pastors are people too; and all people – those who are religious and those who are not – sin.


  36. Vikingisson Says...

    On April 20, 2010 at 12:02 pm

    Good grief, how is it that everything has to degrade into politics and religion? We’re talking about a volcano and nobody, and I mean nobody and nothing knows for sure and it has nothing to do with omnipotent beings.

    If anyone is insulted by less than flattering remarks over religion then I’ll remind you again that this is about science even if you believe that god, allah, or the spaghetti monster is responsible. Science doesn’t think so but explains it better than anything else so far. But if you must, my imaginary god can beat up your imaginary god.

    I’m looking forward to Katla showing us what nature can do compared to our pissy opinions and inability to even debate our opinions. I for one welcome our new sub glacial overlords.

    Go Katla go!


  37. Tursaanpoika Says...

    On April 20, 2010 at 3:27 pm

    @Vikingsson: Long ago I abandoned the church for abandoning me when I most needed help and guidance. Ever since, I’ve become quite impressed by the way things turn up to preaching and even bible-banging… If ones faith brings one relief in times of stress, then it’s good – but let’s not force others into that. The Norse countries were christened by blood. Back to REAL topic: by no means there’s nothing that would really tell us what he’s (Katla) up to. If it comes to eruption, so be it. If not, i can live with(out) that, too.

    Oh, greetings from Finland.


  38. Some Bloke Says...

    On April 20, 2010 at 5:42 pm

    I love ‘nut jobs’ like you Jack….. nice peacefull looneys make me laugh :-)

    Have a great death ;-)


  39. Connie Says...

    On April 20, 2010 at 5:57 pm

    my goodness, you all seem to be concerned with who is right or wrong, the fact of the matter is that nature is playing havoc and is on the increase, this will humble the world, i cannot remember in the time i have been alive to see such catastrophic events worldwide and on the increase, open up your eyes people and pay attention to what is important!! and be kinder to one another…


  40. sparky321 Says...

    On April 20, 2010 at 6:25 pm

    just thought id add a comment as it seems to be all about God on here Ha, well iv got one message for God,………………..:) look God mate, next time you have a bad ass day, can you just do something normal like the rest of us jeeeez, slam a door, smash a plate, punch the wall even, we all have bad hair days and im not sure what your hair looks like coz iv never actually seen you God, but that dont mean you can go setting off volcanos does it, cor, imagine if we all did that when we got the ump, cmon dude get a grip God, if you have anger issues then may i suggest counselling i know a good clinic, il call up the number if you like, or il inbox it to you on facebook if you send me a friend request, chill out God theres a good chappy :) …..hmmmm maybe that ought to calm him down a bit eh…..hee hee :)


  41. Jimbles Says...

    On April 20, 2010 at 6:51 pm

    I so agree with Connie’s comments, especially the part of being kinder to one and other.


  42. Jack be nimble Says...

    On April 20, 2010 at 7:00 pm

    To all of you, both those who are intelligent and those of you who think you are. I have read a majority of the “intelligent” comments. I am no believer in GOD, or the BIBLE. I do however question what we do know about our own history.
    What is coming to play on our planet today may very well be quite cyclical… obviously we have changed the time frame parameters with our divine ignorance. It is not difficult at all to “predict” coming events… apparently they have been going on for as long as our planet has been evolving.
    To me, it sounds as if it might be time to pay the pied piper. How many of us will survive if any? I can tell you this much. Odds are great that if you reside on a nuclear submarine… you are sitting in a very comfortable place in the here and now. After the fury of hell has been wrought upon us… When there are only but a few souls left to start our “crazy” process that is life all over again… I wonder. What books will be written by whom to tell of the next coming events of the world?
    I have never been this fearful of events to come in my life. Why am I now? …oh, because I predicted this scenario based on the information available to me (without the bible)… knowing the planet is very “predictable”. Melting of our polar caps, massive earth quakes… now volcanoes… Something is telling me.. this ride is not going to be a fun one. Pray to whomever you want… be as cynical as you are able. At some point each and every one of us will have our answer. I hope it isn’t the one I fear. …though, in my life. I have never missed a prediction… been off in time by several months on occasion, but never wrong in what is coming.
    Lastly, to my respected “intelligent” peers. Let me say this. Do not waste your efforts in arguing with the ignorant. Be content in knowing that the ignorant most likely will not be among those who do find a way to survive the fate of our planet. Whether or not any of us does… well, I’m sure you all can do the math. Good luck.


  43. Connie Says...

    On April 20, 2010 at 7:07 pm

    leaving prophesies aside, the bible etc, etc, etc. lol earth has a cycle, it just happened that the ancients were smart enough to see this and hence why they were able to warn humanity thousands of years ago, unfortunately humanity thinks that they are able to have control over nature, not so!! instead of debating who is right or wrong i suggest everyone looks into survival mode, because as sure as anything else that will be the difference between coping and not coping with all these changes!! knowledge is power, for instance did you all know that the North Pole now lies in Siberia, hmm how interesting!! compases have changed which is confusing most people, does that say anything about the global weather changes? not global warming at all, if you look past misinformation in the media and do your own research you will quickly start to understand what is happening including the increasing seismic activity worldwide, just a thought! and those that would say – oh yes there has always been seismic activity, really? whilst this is true on a minimal scale you just have to look what is happening globally to understand that by any means this is unlike anything that we have experienced on earth since the last earth changing cataclysms…pure and simple, earth is cleansing! and this is just the start, after Icelandic volcanies have finished their cycle, scientists are predicting that yellowstone is due to go off soon, and other major volcanoes worldwide wow is this a coincidence aswell? is this normal? the earthquake in China was different like none other, it was on the Tibetan fault line? again does this put things into a little perspective? jeessshhhhh :-)


  44. Connie Says...

    On April 20, 2010 at 7:14 pm

    ty jack & you’re right Jack be nimble, agreed, like u im sure its very annoying lol, those prepared will survive, cleansing on all categories i need not say more…


  45. Connie Says...

    On April 20, 2010 at 7:21 pm

    jack be nimble check out poleshift.ning.com, if you havent allready :-) cheers


  46. sparky321 Says...

    On April 20, 2010 at 7:43 pm

    CRIPES !!! for a minute i thought i was reading the bible, cor lighten up guys, my comment was not meant to be ignorant, i was trying to inject a little bit of lightness to what seems to be a very heated God debate lol, the way i see it, is when times up its up, i dont care how it came to pass or any of that, i dont see the point in dwelling on what the bible says may or may not happen, to be honest with you im fed up of the amount of times iv heard local street shouters yelling ‘THE END OF THE WORLD IS NIGH’ coz they keep changing the date, good job they not in charge of my direct debits, my bank account would be a right state, i used to get myself all prepared for the end but it never happened, hehe, oh and by the way, im Roman Catholic, been baptised and showered in holy water grrrrrrrr, first holy communion, confirmation, catholic wedding etc, but some of us Cathlolics do have a sense of humour too, im sure god had a laugh now and then when he was creating some of the weirdos around us, take Tony Blair, wow i bet he had a right laugh creating him eh, as for Gordon Brown well……say no more haha :)


  47. foureyedbuzzard Says...

    On April 20, 2010 at 9:36 pm

    Oh good, the Jesus people with their stolen and appended Jewish fairy tale have shown up to comment on the physical universe and suggest events are caused by their supernatural invisible master in the sky. Again. How surprising.

    Katla will likely erupt within the next year, not because of any superstitious nonsense, but because of plate tectonics and magma.

    There is no invisible all powerful master. It’s all just a fairy tale written for scared, ignorant, primitive people.


  48. Rey Says...

    On April 21, 2010 at 10:49 am

    Whoever has ears to hear let him hear?? GOD bless.
    2 Peter 3:3-9:

    3 Know this first of all, that in the last days mockers will come with their mocking, following after their own lusts, 4 and saying, “Where is the promise of His coming? For ever since the fathers fell asleep, all continues just as it was from the beginning of creation.” 5 For when they maintain this, it escapes their notice that by the word of God the heavens existed long ago and the earth was formed out of water and by water, 6 through which the world at that time was destroyed, being flooded with water. 7 But by His word the present heavens and earth are being reserved for fire, kept for the day of judgment and destruction of ungodly men.
    8 But do not let this one fact escape your notice, beloved, that with the Lord one day is like a thousand years, and a thousand years like one day. 9 The Lord is not slow about His promise, as some count slowness, but is patient toward you, not wishing for any to perish but for all to come to repentance.


  49. Phred Says...

    On April 21, 2010 at 11:06 am

    I hope Katla is the next one to erupt. At least I’ll be able to pronounce the name this time!


  50. Phred Says...

    On April 21, 2010 at 11:12 am

    Relax Foureyes. When one doesn’t have knowledge or understanding, one has to rely on fantasy to help explain things. Leave the poor people to their fantasies. They’re not going to change anything


  51. Georgie3731 Says...

    On April 21, 2010 at 12:05 pm

    @Rey

    Thank you so much x.


  52. Georgie3731 Says...

    On April 21, 2010 at 12:10 pm

    @Jack :
    Don’t worry about what anyone thinks of you. However you feel, at least you’re not in the same position as Jack Black (or any other jacks) who, at the MTV Awards, asked the audience to close their eyes in prayer to satan – they all did.

    http://www.onenewsnow.com/Perspectives/Default.aspx?id=724962

    Perhaps you can read Luke 16:19-31. Then, one day, when it’s all over, you can let Some Bloke, or any bloke for that matter, see that you are truly having a wonderful ‘death’. Jack will have to be very Nimble indeed to jump that chasm, won’t he?


  53. Georgie3731 Says...

    On April 21, 2010 at 12:36 pm

    @FoureyedBuzzard :

    You should know that Hitler went to Tavistock. You should also know that mostly Ashkenazi Jews emigrated to Europe. You will see that by taking each syllable of the name, Ashkenazi, you are left with a name at the end. You obviously know that this is the name Hitler used for his bullyboys, whose job was to exterminate that exact group of people.

    A bird of prey definitely knows which victims it intends to target, doesn’t it?


  54. Georgie3731 Says...

    On April 21, 2010 at 12:45 pm

    @Connie :

    No Christian on this website was trying to prove anyone wrong or right. Messenger left one message. He did it with love. He did not proselytise or Bible bash. He asked a question and then referenced it. He was attacked, belittled & humiliated outright for his beliefs.

    I do not apologise for defending him. Can I ask – have you & JackbeNimble finished with your self-righteous preaching now?


  55. Georgie3731 Says...

    On April 21, 2010 at 12:57 pm

    @Vikingsson

    My beautiful princess lies in her lonely grave, on her lonely island, in the middle of her lonely lake.

    If only she had met a wonderful, Icelandic King instead, things would have been so different. In the amazing country of Iceland, so absolutely full of very kingly and outstanding people, is it so terrible for someone to have suggested a spiritual King?

    I hope so much that, in the course of time, no-one suggests that you may all prefer to have this one instead:

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/1857482.stm


  56. mars Says...

    On April 21, 2010 at 3:47 pm

    One guy quotes one little verse and a huge number stop talking about the chances of Katla erupting. One little verse is like a drop of blood in a shark tank for the degenerates… pretty strange…. nice to see all the little gods come out to play on this news source… I wish I had all the answers too, but I just quite haven’t been able to step outside of space & time and my human limitations. Of course it’s a joke, I wouldn’t wipe myself with all their worthless opinions


  57. Chris Says...

    On April 21, 2010 at 4:28 pm

    Ok, you’ve all gone com completely barking mad, i really find your comments amusing. now back to the point, NOBODY, I REPEAT NOBODY, can say what is going to happen here, NOBODY knows, so quit your whining, of who is right and who is wrong, because NOBODY knows. who care’s if it blows, if we die, we die, if it doesn’t blow, then on we go with our daily lives. Why does everything end up turning into a Political Debate or Religious Nut House.

    I have no more to say, just think about what you type, before you type it.

    OK :)


  58. Georgie3731 Says...

    On April 22, 2010 at 6:01 am

    @Mars :

    I don’t get it. If you “haven’t quite been able to step outside of space & time and human limitations”, how comes you’re called Mars?


  59. Georgie3731 Says...

    On April 22, 2010 at 6:03 am

    @Chris:

    You are right. Time is up. According to the original date of this article. If the locals believed it, definitely so do I.

    Perhaps it will be at 3:16? As you say, nobody knows.

    The religious nuthouse would then kindly like to leave you with that particular Bible verse in John (NT).


  60. Georgie3731 Says...

    On April 24, 2010 at 8:11 pm

    The messageboard would like to return the compliment:

    KATLA
    KEEP THY RELIGION TO THYSELF
    ASUME NATURE US IS
    WITH THE FURY OF HELL – GOD – BIBLE
    THE END OF THE WORLD IS NIGH
    GOD NOBODY, I REPEAT, NOBODY

    How wrong you are.
    Exodus 3:14.

    It’s the Lord’s day and not your’s – @Rey.

    Turn up the furnace ten times hotter. It’s all been reserved just for you.


  61. Georgie3731 Says...

    On April 24, 2010 at 8:16 pm

    @PasserBy

    I’d do exactly that, if I were you mate, and keep on going!


  62. nofaith Says...

    On April 25, 2010 at 8:39 am

    Just to read the fight over simply things still makes it clear.
    Us people can\’t and will never be able to live with each other in harmony.

    we are breed to destroy, kill and hate.

    I so hope this end of the world thing is true, I would love to see the human race including myself die out, cause we are not worth to be in existence if we keep being aggressive towards each other. The human race is a failed experiment.

    any arrogant or negative reaction to the truth I speak here is only amplifying the fact I state here.

    we ain\’t worth this world.


  63. Pastor CJ Says...

    On April 29, 2010 at 4:17 am

    KATLA may be late – but you cant be sure she wont blow.

    How often has Man said GOD IS LATE?
    But on His Clock .. He is right on time.

    We are not safe … unless our hearts are right with GOD.


  64. funkysi Says...

    On April 29, 2010 at 8:27 am

    Does anyone have any constructive information regarding further seismic activities at the Mt Katla site instead of all this inane religious drivel?

    Someone with something interesting and informative to say about Katla’s imminent eruption, please post now!

    Thanks


  65. Lava Says...

    On May 5, 2010 at 3:32 pm

    @funkysi: The last three times Katla erupted, Eyjafjallajökull erupted just before Katla. Katla has erupted sort of regularly with an interval of 50-80 years, but now it has not erupted since 1918. So, it is very likely that Katla is going to blow within seconds, months, or a few years. In the meantime, show your support at: http://www.gokatla.com


  66. dahossncayt Says...

    On May 9, 2010 at 5:58 pm

    well how long did you think it would be before mother nature kicked us in the teeth for throwing these blooming bombs about


  67. Lolita AntiChrist Says...

    On May 10, 2010 at 4:28 am

    scary stuff


  68. char Says...

    On May 15, 2010 at 5:47 pm

    i think everyone on here (with the exception of a few, connie being one :p ) need to shut the hell up and take a look at whats actually happening here… who cares what the cause is. fact of the matter is, there is nothing and nobody that can actually prove to any of us WHO or WHAT caused this to happen. some may say its a god of any religion, some may say science and some may say mother nature. whatever the cause, if its going to errupt, its going to errupt. theres not a lot anyone can do about it, so lets say stop insulting each others beliefs on the cause and get on with our lives :)


  69. Thor Says...

    On May 16, 2010 at 6:56 pm

    I wouldnt class an eruption as a precusor to armagedden. Like some have said, over the past 15 years or so, there have been more unprecedented incidents of flooding, earthquakes, etc.
    Rather than worrying about the date you are going to die, marvel in one of natures most spectacular events.
    As for Katla, i would imagine that it will erupt, but not in the immediate future.


  70. mongole0 Says...

    On May 16, 2010 at 10:49 pm

    There is a theory that is kicking around that the moon has a significant effect on seismic activity. Apparently, as the moon circles, it exerts a gravitational force creating a blister on the earths crust below it. If this “blister” moves over a sensitive area already under great pressure like Katla could be, it could just be enough to tip the balance. I personnally believe this theory. This effect is best seen in the tides. This effect is well understood but mostly ignored. It would be interesting to see what happens. Whatever happens it reminds me of the great Chinese curse “may you live in interesting times.”


  71. Professor Astronomy Says...

    On June 4, 2010 at 8:29 am

    The apocalypse is already happening but with different side effects to our planet. Maybe it\’s come too early. 2012 was expected now we believe it is 2010 December 16th. A huge hole was found in a Country in Africa I read it up on yahoo a couple of days ago and now this a volcano erupts in Ecuador and Guatemala.

    We now believe these volcanoes will keep on erupting and the gases will destroy us on this planet if this is the case. Iceland\’s biggest Volcano Katla is causing a huge threat to the United Kingdom as Ash Clouds could reach up to 10 Miles into the atmosphere and spread across Europe and Russia. I have seen the reports and I am beginning to be quite worried but at the same time have to protect people and tell them the truth. Golbal warming was a load of crap this was bound to happen eventually but not so quick as it is now.

    The thing that worries me the most is the Lava trying to push it\’s way up to the surface and if it does this it could cause the core to stop moving. Reasons: not enough lava would keep us moving and the northern hemisphere would be seen in the east.

    Maybe we should prepare ourselves and make the best of what time we have left.

    These are facts.


  72. Some Bloke Says...

    On June 14, 2010 at 6:20 pm

    @Professor Astronomy – Chill baby…. it’s gonna be great!


  73. Some Bloke Says...

    On June 16, 2010 at 5:39 pm

    @kcho36 – Yep, we’re with ya baby! Gonna be a great ride that’s for sure. Awesome. :-)


  74. riley Says...

    On November 3, 2010 at 3:45 am

    on november 4,2010 at 2.30pm


  75. Haggai1964 Says...

    On November 3, 2010 at 7:38 am

    @riley

    2.30 pm in whose timezone ?


  76. razor7 Says...

    On April 6, 2011 at 2:23 am


  77. hellome Says...

    On June 11, 2011 at 3:22 pm

    why do people live near this volcano i need for my science project


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