posted on Jul, 29 2009 @ 02:33 PM
reply to post by dreamseeker
I suppose it's possible
but not very likely from what I know. Unless of course, it was a very heavy gas. The lake I referred to was very
deep, and the immense pressure was required to keep the gas dissolved at the bottom of the lake.
If it were a soda spring under a man made lake, it likely just fizz to the top, and be harmless.
I think that in order to learn where it's coming from, and why, what
exactly it is must be determined.
Shoot, could be a dead raccoon under someone's deck, and you smell it when the breeze blows just right.