Iceland Volcanic Eruption

Eyjafjallajökull major_eruption 10/05/2010The 2010 eruptions of Eyjafjallajökull were volcanic events at Eyjafjöll in Iceland which, although relatively small for volcanic eruptions, caused enormous disruption to air travel across western and northern Europe over an initial period of six days in April 2010.

Additional localised disruption continued into May 2010. The eruption was declared officially over in October 2010, when snow on the glacier did not melt. From 14–20 April, ash covered large areas of northern Europe when the volcano erupted.

About 20 countries closed their airspace (a condition known as ATC Zero) and it affected hundreds of thousands of travellers. The European flights avoided about 344,109 tonnes of CO2 emissions per day, while the volcano emitted about 150 000 tonnes of CO2 per day.

The first thing I did was to search the computer program that contains the entire Torah for key phrases relating to the Volcanic explosion. It searches through every letter in the Torah.
I looked for words and expressions used in the media. I then wanted to find the best meeting of two phrases ‘volcanic mountain and Iceland’ in the Torah – I was amazed to see that the words I had chosen to look for appeared with the most significant minimal letter skips in the entire Torah. This was an amazing discovery[...]” (Rabbi Glazersons)

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