From a newsletter: More to Iceland Volcano than Made Public by Mitch Battros - Earth Changes Media The damage caused by Iceland volcano "Eyjafjallajokull," could be far more damaging than is being reported. It has happened before, and it could happen again. The last large eruption was in 1695 with consequences lasting seven years and brought Scotland to its knees. Below is a just-released video showing what it looks like to drive in Iceland. If this is a major "Eyjafjallajokull" eruption, parts of the United Kingdom may look similar. Not only does such an event change the world's climate for 3 or 4 years, it could cause a financial collapse of the European Union. If they go down --- everybody goes down. New Released Video: http://earthchangesmedia.com/publish/article-9162528039.php Last Major Eruption Outpourings of volcanic ash from Iceland in the 17th Century contributed to a period of famine and hardship in Scotland, according to experts. A major eruption in 1695 saw large parts of the country affected by a "sulphurous fog." Prof Alastair Dawson of the University of Aberdeen, writing in the latest Scottish Environment Protection Agency magazine said it came at a time of climatic change. Dust in the atmosphere dimmed sunlight causing crops to fail. Prof Dawson says: "We cannot be sure what the precise effect of this eruption was on Scotland's climate but we do know that the years between AD 1693-1700 were characterized by widespread famine." They later became known as the 'King William's Dear Years'.