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October 28, 2020


'Sleeping giant' Arctic methane deposits starting to release, scientists find

(Thanks to Jim Kenaston)


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What a stinking discovery this turned out to be.

Someone inadvertently causes a spark and there goes the ice cap.

cfjk--They should at least post some "No Smoking" signs.

This happens all the time in Uranus.

The French fart in the general direction of Artic scientists (before surrendering).

I suppose "I monitor Earth farts" stands out on one's resume.


If this is confirmed, we may be past the point of no return on climate change. Arctic methane releases can create a strong positive feedback cycle no matter what humans do from now on.

Civilization can kiss its ass goodbye.

There is no Planet B.

...and here comes the Arctic Polar Vortex, RUN! (Then duck & cover.)

See there's absolutely no reason to be concerned with human activity affecting the climate. It's planet gas we have to worry about.

"This East Siberian slope methane hydrate system has been perturbed . . ."

And it's going to take out its frustrations on the Siberians.

If the Arctic is farting in the general direction of Washington D.C., that should have been expected.

Time for another yodeling Burger King commercial.

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