Posted BY: Jasmine | NwoReport

When the underwater volcano in the island nation of Tonga in the South Sea had its explosion-like eruption on January 15, 2022, a massive pressure wave, more powerful than the largest atomic bomb, spread through both the Earth’s oceans and atmosphere. The catastrophic event created a record-high ash and gas cloud that continues to spread over the earth.

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Much worse is that it has dramatically reduced solar radiation over large parts of the earth and caused the temperature in the atmosphere to drop drastically, which affects agriculture in the southern hemisphere. A selection of available new data reveal that the authorities tried to hide the extent of the disaster. There is a historical connection that is relevant too.

HUNGA TONGA – HUNGA HA’APAI – Background info

On December 20, 2021, the underwater volcano Hunga Tonga-Hunga Ha’apai, the name of the twin islands where it is located, began spewing ash into the South Pacific. Four weeks later, on January 15, 2022, the eruption reached a gigantic and powerful climax that generated a very loud supersonic boom. It was heard all over the Polynesian archipelago and as far as Alaska, 1 000 miles away. The eruption was more than 4 000 times more powerful than the 15-kiloton atomic bomb the US dropped on Hiroshima and the most powerful since at least the 1883 eruption of the Krakatoa volcano in Indonesia, which triggered a global volcanic winter.

Researchers at the British University of Sheffield released a study (Díaz et al.) on August 9th that demonstrates that the Tonga eruption corresponded to an earthquake with a magnitude of 8,4 on the Richter scale or around 61 megatons of TNT/TNT. As a comparison, the largest atomic bomb ever tested, the Soviet Tsar bomba, had an explosive power of 50-58 megatons.

“We’ve never seen anything like it,” said Luis Millán, NASA/JPL Atmospheric Aerosol Science Scientist, on the huge gas cloud.

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