may cause volcano Mount Marapi, which scientists have named “Doomsday,” is located off the coast of Indonesia The collapse of the global economyAnd experts warn of its explosion.
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Mount Marapi is located just several miles from the Strait of Malacca, a waterway located in Southeast Asia between Peninsular Malaysia and the Indonesian island of Sumatra, connecting the Sea of Amdan in the Indian Ocean from the northwest, and the China Sea from the southeast, which is described as a point suffocation in the world.
The waterway sees 90,000 ships traveling through the narrow channel annually carrying grain, crude oil, and every kind of commodity for market.
The team at the University of Cambridge has released a report detailing scenarios for a potential “doomsday” volcano. A volcano more than 9,000 feet high will spew a cloud of ash 21 miles up a road that serves 40 percent of global trade.
The ash cloud miles away from the volcano will travel to various airports across Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore, halting all flight activity.--
A dramatic drop in temperature will lead to global food shortages, inflation and climate disturbances, according to a stark warning from researchers at the University of Cambridge.-
These disasters will cost the world an estimated $2.51 trillion.
The last major eruption of the volcano was on May 29, 2006, which caused a devastating earthquake of magnitude 2.6 that killed at least 3,000 people.
The region is one of the busiest airspaces in the world, with the airway between the two cities alone handling more than 5.5 million seats annually, according to a 2021 study published in Nature.
The University of Cambridge shared the report: “Average global temperatures drop by 1°C for up to three years, causing severe climate anomalies that lead to significant food shortages globally.”