posted on Feb, 25 2009 @ 06:20 PM
The methane on the sea bottom is very real. IMO, it is whats causing the phenomenon in the bermuda triangle. Also, the japanese are looking into ways
to harvest this methane, though scientists warn about the project.
It's basically dry-ice-methane. In the bermuda triangle, which has an active seabed, this methane ice, is every once in a while subjected to water,
which makes it sublimate into methan gas. gas rises, and lowers the average density of the water making boats sink. If ignited, it can produce burning
water - And a large enough cloud, could cause an explosion with a plane. As the seabed is active, remain are quickly covered up.
The oceans are getting more acidic, not much, but enough to give beings reliying on (another word for chalk), like shelfish and reefs a hard time.
Larger animals will be fine though. Given enough time, nature will adjust itself, and new species will take over.
Also, the methane gas trapped in the russian tundra kinda dwarfs what we have let into the atmosphere. Then the perma-frost disappears from there,
things will go pretty quickly.
Global climate change IS happening. Exciting times IMO