Show us that. Imaginative stories are not a substitute for evidence. You see, all that energy, if released, has to be absorbed by the atmosphere into which it was vented. An erg is about one-ten millionth of a Joule. Which means, you're saying that 2.2X10

^{30} Joules of energy were absorbed by the atmosphere.

Now water has a high specific heat. But not high enough to take that without becoming superheated.

All the water on Earth today would be about 1.37 × 10

^{21} kg. To make it easier and account for waster lost, let's say 2.2. Which means each kilogram of water would absorb about 1 x 10(sup]9[/sup] Joules of energy. Or 1 x 10

^{6} Joules per gram. A million Joules per gram, then.

But the specific heat of water is 4.186 joule/gram °C. Which is the number of Joules required to heat one gram of water by 1 degree Celsius.

So it would take 418.6 Joules of heat to warm one gram of water from 0 degrees C to 100 degrees C. (boiling point). So there you are. Noah and his crew would have been steamed to death.