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A volcano by the glacier Eyjafjallajökull on Iceland have had an eruption, and the southern winds are causing major problems for the airlines. The airborne particles from the eruption can damage the engines, so several countries will have to cancel flights, like GB, Belgium, Netherlands, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, parts of Germany...
Last time there was an eruption, 1821, the volcano was spewing crap for two years (!).
I really really REALLY hope it's gonna be over within two weeks... :(
Here's some articlefrom some newspaper...
Below is a satellite image from the Swedish newspaper Aftonbladet.
DAMN YOU ICELAND!1 :o
At 4/15/10 09:45 AM, Luis wrote: Iceland is taking revenge on the world for making it go bankrupt
Well it's about time someone did.
I be down with Mozart mother fucker! I've been banging out jives since I was a dickworm
Slags and hoes.
Oh shit king kong what are you going
At 4/15/10 09:51 AM, FBIpolux wrote: Hopefully it wont give problems to YOUR flight in two weeks :)
yeah, that would suck sooooooooo bad... there might be an alternative solution if so, since i'm supposed to first fly to paris for a pit-stop. i could catch a train or something silly, but the question is if that's a realistic option timevice, i can't skip too much school... not much more than i already am planning to skip...
laaaaaaaaaaaame. damn you, iceland!
my sister was gonna fly tomorrow from france to pay the family a visit. guess that's not gonna happen...
DAMN YOU ICELAND!
At 4/15/10 11:52 AM, HrMorgaes wrote:At 4/15/10 10:06 AM, Rucklo wrote: DAMN YOU ICELAND!Now now, I'm sure they didn't mean to do it. It's probably not even their fault anyway.
Of course it is, you heard Luis above.
DAMN YOU ICELAND!
So there could be no planes in or out of the UK for the next two years? That'd be interesting.
At 4/15/10 12:23 PM, HeartbreakHoldout wrote: So there could be no planes in or out of the UK for the next two years? That'd be interesting.
in the extremley odd case that the wind never change, yeah, at least until they would develop some kind of protection for the jetengines.
but no, the wind most likley will change, the problem with the air filling up with volcaon ashes apparently emerge when there is water in the eruption-process, which is the case here since Eyjafjallajökull is a glacier...