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That was interesting and a bit scary. Hopefully something that freaky doesn't happen.

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I mean, what EXACTLY are the odds of a huge methane bubble manifesting and exploding, causing mass extinction? The percentage likelihood of this happening has to be pretty low.

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What EXACTLY was the odds of the biggest oil pollution spill that will damage the Gulf Coast for years to come? I mean really?

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Well played sir. Well played.

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Can't we just light a big match?

"Hey Mars, check THIS out!"

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1.1 million tons of methane is released in the Siberian arctic shelf very year with little effect. that is way more than even the most grossly exaggerated estimates of how much methane is in the gulf coast.

it's bunk.

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thanks. i didn't source because it was just a blurb i saved in a text file because i knew this topic would come up here.

as you can see in that article, there is a hell of a lot more methane being released than what is in the gulf coast.

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1.1 million tons of methane is released in the Siberian arctic shelf very year with little effect. that is way more than even the most grossly exaggerated estimates of how much methane is in the gulf coast.

it's bunk.

According to that article, it's actually 7.7 million tons of methane released. That distances it even more from the Gulf Coast estimates.

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Meat releases about 6.4 million tons of methane a year... all by himself...

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the only problem I see is that methane is a really potent greenhouse gas

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thanks. i didn't source because it was just a blurb i saved in a text file because i knew this topic would come up here.

There's a methane to your madness?

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