On Mount Tambora, in present-day Indonesia, there was a volcanic eruption so intense in 1815 that it covered much of the Earth with ash, hampering part of the sun’s rays and producing a year without summer. That is to say, that a volcano cooled the Earth (and, in addition, inspired the Romanticism to the edges of the time). What if we produce the same effects of volcanoes on our planet to cool the world and avoid the global warming to which we are condemned?

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