Do you know if there's a video/movie showing what I've described?
Abreu, Jürg Beer, Irene Brunner, Marcus Christl, Hubertus Fischer, Ulla Heikkilä, Peter W.
The Minoan eruption of Thera, also referred to as the Thera eruption or Santorini eruption, was a major catastrophic volcanic eruption with a Volcanic Explosivity Index (VEI) of 6 or 7 and a dense-rock equivalent (DRE) of 60 km It devastated the island of Thera (now called Santorini), including the Minoan settlement at Akrotiri and communities and agricultural areas on nearby islands and the coast of Crete with a related earthquake or tsunami.
In a repeating process, the volcano would violently erupt, then eventually collapse into a roughly circular seawater-filled caldera, with numerous small islands forming the circle.
The caldera would slowly refill with magma, building a new volcano, which erupted and then collapsed in an ongoing cyclical process.
This cataclysmic eruption was centered on a small island just north of the existing island of Nea Kameni in the centre of the then-existing caldera.
Looking for expert on Ice Age "Cycles" (glacial/interglacial) to discuss and ultimately prove or disprove my theory that the interglacial we are currently experiencing is still causing a slow but constantly warming effect on the Earth's climate.
If established research has been done on this subject, your direction to it's web-site, etc., would be greatly appreciated so that I won't need to "re-invent the wheel".
I've done some fair amount of research concerning Ice Ages, Milankovitch Cycles, etc., and determined from my studies that the Earth should slowly continue to warm, until either: 1. If the Earth's ice melts, the Earth's global albedo (reflectivity) will lower, meaning it will absorb more of the sun's light and heat energy, resulting in temperature increase (ie: Global Warming).Most or all global ice (Polar ice caps, glaciers, mountain snowpacks, snowfields, etc.) has melted, resulting in average global temperature stabilization. Warming encourages more ice melt and the cycle repeats. (There is evidence that during past warm periods in Earth's history, the sea levels have been up to 30 feet higher than today's level).Al Gore, I speculate, would say the Earth's average global temperature should not be rising, (more or less stabilized), and the warming is caused by CO2 from fossil fuels, etc.I show here how warming is a natural occuring effect of the Earth, and do not expect temp stabilization at this point.I try to read most articles I can find concerning G/W, but haven't seen anything discussing what I'm trying to describe here.Please let me know if you need more details, clarification, etc., if I have it right, or where I'm wrong.