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1815 - 1816 Year without Summer - What did they see that came between the sun and earth ? OK Get Ready !!!!

 
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In June, the weather turned cold and it snowed. The winter of 1815-1816 was normal, but that changed in late spring. The year 1816 became “the year without summer.” Through June and July — even into August — cold temperatures and heavy snows were the norm. In most cases, farmers were not able to get a crop into the ground, let alone harvest. People became desperate. No one knew what to do.



No one knew the reason for this sudden change in climate, although many theories circulated among the population. Some people thought a star had passed between the sun and earth, cutting off the light. Others attributed the change in climate to sunspots. [1]

Today, scientists believe the cold summer of 1816 was the result of the eruption the previous year of Mount Tamboro, in what is now Indonesia. This massive eruption, estimated by some scientists to be the largest in ten-thousand years, added to dust already in the atmosphere from two earlier volcanic eruptions, one in the West Indies in 1812 and another in the Philippines in 1814. [2]

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OK... What do YOU think caused it????? Or was it a combination of all ?

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Didnt that Volcano in Indonesia have that big eruption that year?
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When a Volcano of that size erupts and it is closer to the equator than Katla let me know.

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Didnt that Volcano in Indonesia have that big eruption that year?
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Yep... and Mt. Tambora is rumbling right now.

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What made them think that something came between the earth and the sun? The article didn't say. Isn't that what's supposed to happen soon?
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Amazon fires Ausrralia fires plus multiple large eruptions
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Funny thing is despite being the year without a summer there were actually short but pretty intense heatwaves with temperatures reaching over 100 degrees with very high humidity.
These heatwaves only lasted a couple days then it'd go right back to subfreezing cold and snow. Most days in June July and August were cold, subfreezing, snowy, and icy. The very few days that weren't though were extremely hot and humid. Like I said over 100 degrees with heat indexes probably (can't be sure though) 120-130+.
Of course the upper Midwest and much of the northeast is known for wild temperature swings. Temperatures in the upper Midwest and much of the northeast are usually rather cool even on the summer. However you can have temperatures well over 100 with extreme high humidity pushing heat indexes to 120,130, 140 or even 150. Heat indexes not experienced even on the worst days in the deep South, the gulf coast and Florida.
Bit then you can also have summer days with subfreezing cold, snow and ice in the summer, even in July and August in the upper Midwest and parts of the northeast.
There's times in the upper Midwest and parts of the northeast where you can go from subfreezing, ice and snow to 100°+ heat with a 130°+ heat index in a couple days, then back down to subfreezing cold and snow in another couple days, back up to 100°( heat with a 130°+ heat index on another couple days and back down to subfreezing cold and snow again in another couple days in July and August.
Of course 1816 took this to the extreme, the vast majority of days being subfreezing, snowy and icy with a couple days of 100°+ days with extreme high humidity, each sandwiched between about 3 weeks of subfreezing cold and snow.
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a star blocked the light of another star

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Funny thing is despite being the year without a summer there were actually short but pretty intense heatwaves with temperatures reaching over 100 degrees with very high humidity.
These heatwaves only lasted a couple days then it'd go right back to subfreezing cold and snow. Most days in June July and August were cold, subfreezing, snowy, and icy. The very few days that weren't though were extremely hot and humid. Like I said over 100 degrees with heat indexes probably (can't be sure though) 120-130+.
Of course the upper Midwest and much of the northeast is known for wild temperature swings. Temperatures in the upper Midwest and much of the northeast are usually rather cool even on the summer. However you can have temperatures well over 100 with extreme high humidity pushing heat indexes to 120,130, 140 or even 150. Heat indexes not experienced even on the worst days in the deep South, the gulf coast and Florida.
Bit then you can also have summer days with subfreezing cold, snow and ice in the summer, even in July and August in the upper Midwest and parts of the northeast.
There's times in the upper Midwest and parts of the northeast where you can go from subfreezing, ice and snow to 100°+ heat with a 130°+ heat index in a couple days, then back down to subfreezing cold and snow in another couple days, back up to 100°( heat with a 130°+ heat index on another couple days and back down to subfreezing cold and snow again in another couple days in July and August.
Of course 1816 took this to the extreme, the vast majority of days being subfreezing, snowy and icy with a couple days of 100°+ days with extreme high humidity, each sandwiched between about 3 weeks of subfreezing cold and snow.
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What made them think that something came between the earth and the sun? The article didn't say. Isn't that what's supposed to happen soon?
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Pink, like Yellow, are ugly, unsightly colors that should never be used, unless to warn others.

Years ago while working at a motel we sold out/no vacancy. Turned the vacancy light off, people still came in asking for rooms. Put a sign on the door in black marker, people would still ring the bell and ask.

Tried a few different colors, then said "F it" and used pink. I shit you not, people would walk up, see the sign, and turn around and walk away.

All traffic signs should be in pink lettering instead of black.
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Re: 1815 - 1816 Year without Summer - What did they see that came between the sun and earth ? OK Get Ready !!!!
Didnt that Volcano in Indonesia have that big eruption that year?
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I'd love to fuck Patriotic Girl if she if that's her in her profile picture.
She's super hot and looks and sounds like she has a nice rack too.
Bet she has a really nice hot tight pussy too.
Bet she also sucks really good cock too
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Funny thing is despite being the year without a summer there were actually short but pretty intense heatwaves with temperatures reaching over 100 degrees with very high humidity.
These heatwaves only lasted a couple days then it'd go right back to subfreezing cold and snow. Most days in June July and August were cold, subfreezing, snowy, and icy. The very few days that weren't though were extremely hot and humid. Like I said over 100 degrees with heat indexes probably (can't be sure though) 120-130+.
Of course the upper Midwest and much of the northeast is known for wild temperature swings. Temperatures in the upper Midwest and much of the northeast are usually rather cool even on the summer. However you can have temperatures well over 100 with extreme high humidity pushing heat indexes to 120,130, 140 or even 150. Heat indexes not experienced even on the worst days in the deep South, the gulf coast and Florida.
Bit then you can also have summer days with subfreezing cold, snow and ice in the summer, even in July and August in the upper Midwest and parts of the northeast.
There's times in the upper Midwest and parts of the northeast where you can go from subfreezing, ice and snow to 100°+ heat with a 130°+ heat index in a couple days, then back down to subfreezing cold and snow in another couple days, back up to 100°( heat with a 130°+ heat index on another couple days and back down to subfreezing cold and snow again in another couple days in July and August.
Of course 1816 took this to the extreme, the vast majority of days being subfreezing, snowy and icy with a couple days of 100°+ days with extreme high humidity, each sandwiched between about 3 weeks of subfreezing cold and snow.
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This is the first time that I have been able to say that I am truly embarrassed to be from Wisconsin.

We, as Wisconsinites, tend to think we are better than Texas and other states in the South, but, the amount of ignorance shown by the regular citizens of Wisconsin is literally embarrassing.

We live in Texas now, and, thankfully, Texas and TExans are opening the way they should. People are taking precautions, some wearing masks, but, all trying to respect one another's personal space and personal comfort level.

You Wisconsin fools all ran out to the bar- right away- and hugged and acted exactly like what you are.

Wisconsin should have opened mom and pop stores, small restaurants, etc but, this opening was 100% run by the tavern league, so, I hope that the ones dying from this are the ones that are making the ridiculous decisions, and, not my elderly parents or CAncer-fighting sister who may be unlucky enough to make your acquaintance in a grocery store.

Texas wins and Wisconsin gets the award for Stupidity
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What about the southern hemisphere? Did it have the "year without winter"?

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Didnt that Volcano in Indonesia have that big eruption that year?
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I'd love to fuck Patriotic Girl if she if that's her in her profile picture.
She's super hot and looks and sounds like she has a nice rack too.
Bet she has a really nice hot tight pussy too.
Bet she also sucks really good cock too
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What made them think that something came between the earth and the sun? The article didn't say. Isn't that what's supposed to happen soon?
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Took a little trip this morning for a Dr's appointment, about an hours drive one way.

My wife and little girl wanted IHOP.
They both wear masks everywhere as they are scared to death of this plandemic. I dont agree with their decision, but whatever.

I have never worn one. Nor will I.

We were stopped at the door by a 19 year old who told me I was required to wear one. I said no.
We walked past her, and into the restaurant.
She followed me. Told me that unless I wore a mask, they wouldnt serve us.

According to her, you have to wear the mask from the door to the table. 15 maybe 20 feet. Then you can take the mask off

The place was full. No one sitting at a table had a mask on.

But I have to wear one to walk 20 feet?

Fuck you.

I said no. I will not be a part of the foolishness.

She yells for her manager. Who treats me like I had walked in off the street carrying a dead skunk.
Everyone involved treated me like I had broken an unforgivable law. Like I was a leper.
People were pointing and talking about me. Someone said that I should be locked up.
For what? Not wearing a fucking mouth diaper?
Other people were snickering. Laughing at me.
A woman in the back said that I was scaring her kids.
Manager said I had to leave or she would call the cops.

I told her that I had a medical condition, and that I couldnt wear a mask.
She laughed and said, I'm sorry. But you're not coming in here without one.
I said, So you are refusing to serve me, even though I have a medical reason?
She shook her head and said, Just leave.

All because I wasnt a part of their little club of fear.

And to make matters worse.
My wife stormed out. Mad at me for embarrassing her.
Calling me names in front of our little girl.
Stupid, ignorant, an asshole. Putting those other peoples lives in danger. We've been married 17 years. She has never acted like this. Never.

I am at a loss for words.
The little town I live in is very rural.
You see a few women wearing masks, not a lot of men.
I have pretty much just went on with my normal way of life ever since this shit started.
Never been confronted with such outright hostility and ignorance by a bunch of total strangers.

I ended up leaving. Didnt want to get arrested.
But, damn I'm mad.

I mean. I'm really mad.

I have literally worked myself to death to have a home and provide.
Wife doesnt work. Never has done much of anything..
I have sacrificed my body to the point of it breaking down for my wife and family.

And to be treated like this?

I dont know what to do.

The restaurant incident pissed me off. But ultimately fuck em.

I just cant get over how my wife went off on me. Over nothing.

I just dont know what to do.
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Funny thing is despite being the year without a summer there were actually short but pretty intense heatwaves with temperatures reaching over 100 degrees with very high humidity.
These heatwaves only lasted a couple days then it'd go right back to subfreezing cold and snow. Most days in June July and August were cold, subfreezing, snowy, and icy. The very few days that weren't though were extremely hot and humid. Like I said over 100 degrees with heat indexes probably (can't be sure though) 120-130+.
Of course the upper Midwest and much of the northeast is known for wild temperature swings. Temperatures in the upper Midwest and much of the northeast are usually rather cool even on the summer. However you can have temperatures well over 100 with extreme high humidity pushing heat indexes to 120,130, 140 or even 150. Heat indexes not experienced even on the worst days in the deep South, the gulf coast and Florida.
Bit then you can also have summer days with subfreezing cold, snow and ice in the summer, even in July and August in the upper Midwest and parts of the northeast.
There's times in the upper Midwest and parts of the northeast where you can go from subfreezing, ice and snow to 100°+ heat with a 130°+ heat index in a couple days, then back down to subfreezing cold and snow in another couple days, back up to 100°( heat with a 130°+ heat index on another couple days and back down to subfreezing cold and snow again in another couple days in July and August.
Of course 1816 took this to the extreme, the vast majority of days being subfreezing, snowy and icy with a couple days of 100°+ days with extreme high humidity, each sandwiched between about 3 weeks of subfreezing cold and snow.
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I could watch this video over and over..

The employees are so scared... it’s so funny.
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I just cant get over how my wife went off on me. Over nothing.

I just dont know what to do.

wear a mask you selfish retard
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a star blocked the light of another star

genius!
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It’s possibly a brown dwarf star which emits light in the infrared spectrum.
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That's about the time the Grey's started show up.
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Funny thing is despite being the year without a summer there were actually short but pretty intense heatwaves with temperatures reaching over 100 degrees with very high humidity.
These heatwaves only lasted a couple days then it'd go right back to subfreezing cold and snow. Most days in June July and August were cold, subfreezing, snowy, and icy. The very few days that weren't though were extremely hot and humid. Like I said over 100 degrees with heat indexes probably (can't be sure though) 120-130+.
Of course the upper Midwest and much of the northeast is known for wild temperature swings. Temperatures in the upper Midwest and much of the northeast are usually rather cool even on the summer. However you can have temperatures well over 100 with extreme high humidity pushing heat indexes to 120,130, 140 or even 150. Heat indexes not experienced even on the worst days in the deep South, the gulf coast and Florida.
Bit then you can also have summer days with subfreezing cold, snow and ice in the summer, even in July and August in the upper Midwest and parts of the northeast.
There's times in the upper Midwest and parts of the northeast where you can go from subfreezing, ice and snow to 100°+ heat with a 130°+ heat index in a couple days, then back down to subfreezing cold and snow in another couple days, back up to 100°( heat with a 130°+ heat index on another couple days and back down to subfreezing cold and snow again in another couple days in July and August.
Of course 1816 took this to the extreme, the vast majority of days being subfreezing, snowy and icy with a couple days of 100°+ days with extreme high humidity, each sandwiched between about 3 weeks of subfreezing cold and snow.
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That's some very interesting information. Thanks!





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