April 15, 2010

Thanks A Lot, Iceland

From BBC News: Dust from volcano closes Scottish airports
All flights to and from Scotland's airports have been grounded as a plume of volcanic ash drifts across much of northern Europe.
Sounds like... a pain in the ash?
Aviation expert Jim Ferguson said: "Volcanic ash and aeroplanes do not mix."
Gee, I'm glad we have aviation experts to explain the complex realities of the situation to us.

On the other hand, the ash cloud did keep Kenneth Clarke out of Scotland for a few extra hours, so I guess it's not all bad.

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