I do see the difference, I'm just not sure how to incorporate it into the calc. I guess it could possibly be an add on to the KE of the actual eruption, though it might not be that big of an increase. It also could have just been an animation error, but I doubt that. I'll do the calc for this and get back to you with the results when I can.
you can also see cracks in the volcano post eruption it can't be lava because the eruption happened too quickly for that to be a possible explanation.
So I just did the calculation, the result was an additional 51.4 megatons to the calc. However I have not added to the blog yet because I ended having to use a different ruler for the measurements. The result would be the same regardless, the ruler I used is this time is just bigger than the one I used for the original calc, but I figured it might be hard to get that accepted.
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