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Water Vapour in enormous amounts

26 July 2023
Catastrophism, Climate change, Environmentalism, Geology

At https://wattsupwiththat.com/2023/07/23/ryan-maue-on-hunga-tonga-hunga-haapai-submarine-volcano/ … new research on last year’s vokcano off the coast of Tonga in the Pacific suggests 150 million metric tons, almost 40 trillion gallons, of water vapour was lifted into the upper atmosphere as a result of the submarine volcanic explosion. These bare eye watering numbers. It is  calculated it could continue to warm the earth for years to come, a gift to the alarmist lobby. The water vapour is even as high as the stratosphere. The Tonga eruption had only a fraction of the SO2 that was associated with the Pinatubo eruption in the 1990s. Pinatubo caused cooling for a couple of years. In contrast, the Tonga volcanohad a gargantuan amount of water vapour – and will keep the climate change narrative in clover for many years to come. See https://www.nasa.gov/feature/jpl/tonga-eruption-blasted-unprecedented-amount-of-water-into-stratosphere …  Is this why we have been having all the scary stories about hot weather over the last few weeks. Be prepared for more ear bashing.

See also https://eos.mag/articles/tonga

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