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Margo covers Hunga Tonga-Hunga volcano

Margo covers Hunga Tonga-Hunga volcano

Margo does a fine job of covering an important article I posted a couple of days ago that seems to have gone unnoticed. THIS INFORMATION IS BEING ACTIVELY SUPRESSED IN NEW ZEALAND 🌋 HUNGA TONGA-HUNGA:10X MORE GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSION THAN HUMANS: BUT WHERE ARE THE CLIMATE SCIENTISTS?"The largest and highest injection of water into the stratosphere since satellites began taking measurements:160,900 tons (146,000 metric tons) of additional water vapor had… https://t.co/nCwzFPDP2N pic.twitter.com/xLWnKuvdqQ — Robin Monotti (@robinmonotti) August 5, 2023

Earth changes in and around New Zealand

Earth changes in and around New Zealand

What I have noticed about lamestream media is they will produce GENERALISED articles to scare the bejeezus out of people but when it comes to specific threats they will downplay it New island has formed and continues to grow as Home Reef underwater volcano erupts in Tonga In the southwest Pacific Ocean, a seafloor ridge that stretches from New Zealand to Tonga has the highest density of underwater volcanoes in the world. On September 10, 2022, one of them awoke….

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Solomon Islands turn away US vessel

Solomon Islands turn away US vessel

Solomon Islands Turns Away a U.S. Coast Guard Cutter During a joint fishery patrol in the South Pacific last week, a U.S. Coast Guard cutter requested permission to call in the Solomon Islands – and was denied. The cutter USCGC Oliver Henry had a scheduled replenishment port call in Honiara, intended to enable its mission to help the Solomons prevent illegal fishing. A Coast Guard press officer told Reuters that Solomons officials “did not respond” to a request to enter port, so…

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China signs a deal with Samoa

China signs a deal with Samoa

CHINA SIGNS NEW PACIFIC DEAL SAMOA WILL COOPERATE WITH CHINA ON PROJECTS YET ‘TO BE DETERMINED’. Daily Telegraph NZ May 29, 2022 Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has concluded his visit to Samoa on Saturday, after holding a series of talks with top officials on issues of “mutual interest and concern,” and signing a bilateral agreement on economic and technical cooperation. “Samoa and the People’s Republic of China will continue to pursue greater collaboration that will deliver on joint interests…

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