The climate change hoax has been going on for decades. It can be proven that it originated in the marketing departments of large oil companies. Since then he became independent. It is a billion-dollar business that does not want to tolerate any contradiction – disinformation, propaganda and censorship are aimed at strengthening it. But the current volcanically active period on our planet shows very clearly that what climate hysteria wants to tell us is all a lie.
There are countless fact checks that claim to show that little or no CO2 is released during volcanic eruptions. This is deliberate propaganda on an absolutely serious issue. Because if the CO2 lie collapses, many global players will lose billions of their income without any effort. Fact checkers want to deny the fact that we do not know many factors related to natural CO2 emissions. We neither know how much CO2 comes out of the world’s oceans, nor do we have the slightest idea of the contribution of volcanoes.
The only thing that can be measured reliably is the proportion of the trace gas CO2 in the atmosphere. It has been stable at 0.04 percent for more than 100 years. When it comes to CO2, the Earth is a closed system – nothing is added and nothing is taken away. It simply takes different forms – gaseous in air or bound up in biomass but also inorganic materials.
Even the most desperate lies don’t help climate hysteria – volcanoes have been proven to contribute to CO2 emissions. For example, the study “Correlation between tectonic CO2 “Earth’s gas-dissociation and seismicity revealed by a 10-year record in the Apennines, Italy” – Relationship between tectonic CO2 gas-dissociation and seismicity revealed by a 10-year record in the Apennines, Italy. The abstract states:
Here we report a 10-year record (2009–2018) of tectonic CO2 fluxes in the Apennines (Italy) during intense seismicity. Gas emissions are related to the evolution of seismic sequences: peaks in deep CO2 fluxes are observed during periods of high seismicity and decay as the energy and number of earthquakes decreases. We propose that the development of seismicity is controlled by increased CO2 accumulation in crustal reservoirs and produced by the melting of subducted carbonates.
Images from the study indicate massive gas releases – which have been proven to be linked to earthquake activity.
Now in Italy there are few active volcanoes above sea level – but on the other hand, there are thousands of volcanoes under the sea, whose activity we cannot see at all. In addition, there are also fracture edges of continental plates, from which gases escape around the world. Compare also: 19,000 “new” volcanoes, but the climate sect denies the huge amount of CO2 caused by the eruptions.
The study of CO emissions was published in Nature in 20192 and other volatile substances released from the world’s underground volcanoes. It also clearly defines:
Volcanoes are the main way for volatile substances stored in the Earth to reach the surface. Carbon dioxide (CO2) is of particular interest because of its potential as a climate driver. Understanding the balance of CO2 passing from the Earth’s surface into the Earth’s interior depends on accurately quantifying long-term emissions of volcanic CO2 into the atmosphere. Here we present an updated assessment of global volcanic CO2 emissions that reflects recent improvements in satellite-based monitoring of sulfur dioxide, the establishment of ground-based networks for semi-continuous CO2-SO2 gas measurements, and a new approach to key estimation. Takes advantage of. ,
This study involves an estimate of amplitude, which we will ignore here – because no study to date has calculated the total number of active volcanoes (including undersea) and activity on tectonic fault lines. These are also dimensions that cannot be reliably calculated due to the large number of missing parameters.
But it is clear – and this is why the issue is not discussed publicly – that a large enough, large volcanic eruption alone throws more gases into the atmosphere than entire countries can save in a year.
Another gas is also exciting: sulfur dioxide. The active volcano Popocatepetl here is known to spew 5.97 kilotons of sulfur dioxide per day. We are talking about just one volcano among thousands. Dr. David Lutke calculated via Twitter: This volcano has emitted about 6,545 kilotons of sulfur dioxide since it awakened 40,000 days ago. This is equivalent to the total amount of sulfur dioxide emissions in Germany over 153 years.
Secure knowledge about the gases that spread into the atmosphere due to volcanoes and which cannot be stopped by any human technology would destroy the climate sect’s earning model. Comparisons between natural and man-made emissions will instantly debunk the nonsense – and climate glue can be stuck to more and more volcanoes and hope a lightning bolt will put them out of their misery.
Another paper for all those who like to read scientific publications and do the math themselves – published in 1996 via Bulletin of Volcanology/ResearchGate: CO2 output from Mount Etna and d13C(CO2) indicators of shallow asthenosphere erosion in the form of. we learn:
In active volcanic systems like Etna, the transfer of gases (mainly CO2) from deep to the surface occurs primarily along areas of high permeability of the crust. The main route for this hike is the volcano’s feed channels. However, diffuse CO2 loss along the volcano’s flanks can also be significant. An attempt is being made to estimate Etna’s total CO2 emissions from the available data. CO2 emissions from the summit crater of Etna were estimated from measured SO2 fluxes (using the COSPEC method) and CO2/SO2 molar ratios. Allard et al. (1991) estimated an average volume of 13 billion tonnes per year for the period 1975–1987. Similar results were obtained with SO2 fluxes measured by Bruno et al. Received for the period 1987–1992 (1994).
In 2020, according to the official climate fraud, the price per ton of CO2 emitted was 40 euros. The price in 2050 should be 145 euros. Italy will have to pay between 520 and 1,884 billion euros a year for Etna’s CO2 emissions – and it is one of the most active volcanoes in the country. How such a payment might prevent gas emissions from the Earth is, of course, completely unknown – but someone will surely be very happy with this money.