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Today I was given geography homework (which my teacher set for tomorrow WAhOo), and I have finished almost all of it. It was research on 1816 (the year without a summer) and Mount Tambora (how it's eruption caused a volcanic winter). The final question was

'Could this happen again in the future?'

My instinct immediately thought that yes, it easily could but can anyone give me any factual evidence/other helpful bits of info that back up this idea? Any helpful responses will get a rep
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