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Fields washed away, trees uprooted; first batch of aid arrives in Tonga _ Climat.mp4

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Fields washed away, trees uprooted; first batch of aid arrives in Tonga | Climate News | WION

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Dje Wynne
Dje Wynne 4 months ago

Nobody can see this is all fake? An explosion that was 400 miles across on a side, and 12 miles high, but that is all the ash that fell? A 15 ft. 'tsunami', so the whole ocean 15 ft. high, but those houses are still there? Ash supposedly blocking the runways, so planes couldn't land, but there isn't any ash on the grass? If it was what they claimed with their 'animation' overlay on the satellite image, all the different feeds would have shown the same shape of the cloud as it expanded. Look up how long it takes an ash plume to dissipate. I'll save you the trouble if you just can't be bothered; when it gets to the stratosphere it takes WEEKS to dissipate, not 26 hours as the satellite images indicated. They said the explosion went on for eight minutes, ridiculous, but okay let's go with that; why did the videos supposedly displaying the audio of the 'event' sound like a short pop, say of an artillery shell, instead of a subdued by distance 'eight minute' roar? ASK QUESTIONS PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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