Mount Sinabung, located in Indonesia, is a volcano that has been expected to explode for the last 5 years. The people living in the region have moved to get rid of what is expected. The explosion expected on February 19th took place and the images began to take place in the social media.
On February 19th, warnings about the frequent explosion in recent years exploded the Indonesian Sinabung mountain. After the event, the ash cloud thickened to about 8,000 meters. The routes of the flights in the region have been changed or canceled.
Full-day true color loop of the #Sinabung eruption from #Himawari – the ash plume has a darker color that surrounding clouds and is blowing off generally to the north #Indonesia pic.twitter.com/uSREj4SbTD
— Dan Lindsey (@DanLindsey77) February 19, 2018
The inhabitants of Berestagi, about 27 kilometers away from the mountain on the North Sumatra Island, registered the event with mobile phone cameras. The same mountain also exploded in 1881, 1912 and 2010, causing the people in the region to leave the places they lived.
Volcanic eruptions are events that seriously affect the climate of our planet, and scientists have provided solid evidence of these effects during periods of intense longevity in the historical process. Studies show that tropical volcanos are more affected by climates than other volcanoes in the latitudes near the poles.
This explosion was not large enough at the angle of the volcanic material sent to the upper atmosphere of our planet. However, he still experienced short-term panic with violence and visuals. The effects of climate change caused by greenhouse gases can occur in months with a volcanic eruption.
Scientists who are prepared to artificially protect our planet against global warming want to inject artificial materials in the upper atmosphere by designing a project to reflect the sun’s rays. Since these materials reflect the sunlight outside the Earth at a certain rate, they want to take measures for a temporary climate change. There are many controversies and controversies about this experiment.