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Tonga's Hunga Tonga volcano just had one of the most violent volcano eruptions ever captured on satellite. January 15, 2022

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  1. Putin’s polling is going down and everytime that happens he stirs up enemies to gain popularity.

  2. You can't just ask somebody if you can see more of their sausage!

  3. They did not. They did however use portions of the islands for A LOT of naval target practice.

  4. Russia: I don't want NATO next to my doorstep!

  5. On a more serious note, if they do invade Ukraine in a more serious manner, there's a very real chance that Sweden and/or Finland will join NATO. Which makes me think this invasion isn't going to happen. Finnish speaking snow should be fresh enough in Putin's mind.

  6. Idk where you'd find it but throughout history, as the planet gets hotter volcanoes erupt. In times on mass eruptions, a volcanic winter occurs and ice ages begin to rebuild ice across the globe. It's happened at least a few times...

  7. This is one of the greatest pieces of footage ever shot

  8. Wait until you find out that OPs title is hyperbole and this isn't that unusual.

  9. It would be pretty cool if you could find us some similar satellite-captured eruptions in HD like this.

  10. https://twitter.com/bill_line/status/1381649680338051073?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm%5E1381649680338051073%7Ctwgr%5E%7Ctwcon%5Es1_c10&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.washingtonpost.com%2Fweather%2F2021%2F04%2F12%2Fsoufriere-volcano-eruptions-satellite%2F

  11. Just comparing the satellite imagery, it looks similar if not bigger than Mount St Helens and I'm not sure another eruption in the last 20-30 years compares.

  12. Geologist here. Thanks for that. For anyone reading, this is so recent I haven't seen any estimates for a VEI yet(volcanic explosivity index). Once we see an estimate for this number we can have a pretty good idea of the kind of effects it could have.

  13. Does it make any difference that it was an underwater volcano?

  14. Just more steam. Hopefully, this isn't putting up as much material as it looks like it might be putting up. Before this eruption the USGS estimated that this volcano likely won't create an eruption above a VEI 2. Which isn't very much material. But boy, this sure does look like it's bigger than a 2.

  15. What's that game called? Fuck, marry, kill?

  16. Sooo ... what's that evidence`? Because I studied philosophy, and every single argument for the existence of A god (let alone the Christian version of God) I've seen was complete and utter bullshit - nothing but logical fallacies (especially special pleading) and empty sophistry.

  17. I once was at a wedding and I used the bathroom. Inevitably, the water began to rise in the toilet. There was a line outside the bathroom. The next person in line was a little girl. I began to pray as I pulled a part the toilet to stop the incoming water. It kept rising, I kept praying. No answer. The water over ran the rim, and there wasn't even any extra toilet paper or towels to clean up the resulting chaos.

  18. How else is your mom going to travel on vacation?

  19. Is Christianity such a bad thing? This entire thread just makes the liberals look like the bad guys.

  20. No, not at all. Christianity is all about having compassion for those you don't know. However, it is also bastardized and used as a tool for authoritarianism. "Having faith" has been weaponized by leaders who have other agendas beyond Christ's message. In short, Christians that are too trusting are taken advantage of.

  21. He supports and takes part in a franchise that continues to deny the reality that smaller theropods definitely had a significant amount of feathers.

  22. Parks and recreation, it's like the office but better

  23. Half the internet just raised it's hackles.

  24. Geology professor here. I'm saying this to my class from now on whenever I show them pictures of Monument Valley. I'm already relishing the groans of discomfort. Thank you.

  25. Animal expert here. However, I do not know as I only deal with the dead animals.

  26. It's the ideology. Putin/Russia is authoritarian, and it's what they want. They're literally anti-democracy. Of course, that would be until the boot of authoritarianism treads on them--which it ultimately would and is the ultimate tragedy of all of this. They won't realize that they're sheep in wolf's clothing until the actual wolf comes around to eat them.

  27. Yeah, some of these should be in parallel as well and there should also be some inner loops, Qanon should be much farther back in general. It's basically just social media.

  28. Honestly there’s no federal solution to anything. The federal government is utterly fucking useless.

  29. Switching to browser isn't that hard. Honestly don't get why people use 3rd party apps or official app over their phones web browsers as reddit is very mobile friendly.

  30. No ads, and it's much cleaner/utilitarian. Very rarely do I get on the browser and each time I do I'm appalled at how it seems to be looking more and more like Facebook.

  31. How crazy were our ancestors to look at wolves and wild dogs and think " that'll make an excellent pet"

  32. It also had a lot to do with wolves looking at us and saying, "I like their garbage, maybe I won't kill them".

  33. Ravens are like, you seein' this shit?

  34. They're the characters in the movie that are there to represent the audience.

  35. Can someone briefly explain what is Tolkien society? I read about them on Google and find nothing interesting

  36. It takes a little bit of infographics but I think this should help.

  37. Is there a good subreddit to follow all of this news coming from Kazakhstan?

  38. Very broad strokes here: Gas prices doubled almost over night. People came out to protest and the gov cracked down pretty hard. They did end up reinstating the price cap on gas but by that time it had ballooned into wider unrest regarding the authoritarian government. Things are extremely heated and recently the Kazakh gov requested Russian troops to come in and help put down the uprising (or whatever you want to call it). There are eye witness accounts of at least ten people being shot dead (that I’ve read) but reporters are saying you could hear gunfire across the city through the night, so my guess is probably more. Also a ton of people being arrested and carted off to who knows where. Russia getting involved escalated the situation in my opinion, not cool.

  39. I believe the Kazakh government has openly stated that they've ordered the military to open fire on "rioters/terrorists". And last I heard the Russian troops were "protecting infrastructure locations" especially those closer to the Russian border.

  40. I'm debating if I should show this to my students.

  41. If you like the idea of the millennium falcon flying around with a bunch of rebellious do-gooders living on the edge, you'll like Cowboy Bebop and Firefly as well.

  42. It's not "toxic" for Christians, it just goes against their religious doctrine (which is deeply toxic).

  43. Work hard, do as you're told, and don't ask questions and you'll get to goto the special forever place when it's over.

  44. I feel like the only people who call the Ozarks mountains are people who have never been to the Ozarks

  45. Ozarker and local community college geology professor here. I'm guessing this idea is mostly coming from the Missouri side of the Ozarks. On the southern side in Arkansas are the Boston "Mountains" which look identical to anything you see in the Appalachian Mountains with similar elevation changes. That said, from a geologic standpoint you can argue they aren't mountains at all, but a dissected plateau(as mentioned by others). They're just deep valleys. But jump right on south into the Ouachita Mountains and you're in properly uplifted mountains.

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