In Reply to: Theory posted by BlasterStumps on June 02, 2018 at 20:17:39:
You got your hope. You're wrong.
Every year since 1945 (the first year records have been reliably kept) there have been an average of 35 volcanic eruptions each year. The variation is from 25-50, but the statistical trendline had been almost flat. There was a slight increase on average from about 1997 to 2008 which is balanced by a decline in recent years. Note that during the slight increase, North Korea had not developed it's nuclear program.
The current number of volcanic eruptions is on track to be nothing more than average.
One fact that debunks your theory is that about 1/3 of the current volcanic eruptions are not on the "ring of fire". Another fact that debunks your theory is that the Kilauea volcano has been in a state of eruption since 1983, and this has been predicted for almost 30 years.