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"An event unprecedented in human history is today" - Methane gas at record highs

 
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03/28/2013 03:49 AM
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why dont they put the methane in big tanks and use it outside the atmosfere of the earth ?

like rocket fuel for big misions to other planets.

first you startup with normal rocket fuel,and whene you are out of the atmosfere of the earth you can use the methanegas.

store lots of the gas on the moon ,there is a lot of room :)

that gas we can use to generate lot`s things if we use it out of oure earthy atmosfere

energy ?tounge
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Capture and containment would be an issue, I suspect. If it was feasible, IPO's would be launched. I worked in the angel finance sector and no good idea goes unnoticed.
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So me choosing to enter the gas/oil industry rather than become a doctor is a win for me?? Sweet!
 Quoting: Patrick Bateman


maybe, but the petroleum industry is very price-dependent. a geophysicist can expect more than a couple of lay-offs during their career, and depending on the timing they can be hard to back bounce from.
 Quoting: Swinburnian


Fortunately as a cell-bio major, I can work around that, especially if I am willing to travel, and speak more than English.
 Quoting: Patrick Bateman


The price of oil is a world price, mostly. What would a cell-bio major in the petroleum biz? Forgive my stupid question -- I'm in the bitumen ghetto up here.
 Quoting: Swinburnian


They hire bio, chem and physics majors to do things like mud-engineering, water testing, safety shit, etc.
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03/28/2013 11:36 AM
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maybe, but the petroleum industry is very price-dependent. a geophysicist can expect more than a couple of lay-offs during their career, and depending on the timing they can be hard to back bounce from.
 Quoting: Swinburnian


Fortunately as a cell-bio major, I can work around that, especially if I am willing to travel, and speak more than English.
 Quoting: Patrick Bateman


The price of oil is a world price, mostly. What would a cell-bio major in the petroleum biz? Forgive my stupid question -- I'm in the bitumen ghetto up here.
 Quoting: Swinburnian


They hire bio, chem and physics majors to do things like mud-engineering, water testing, safety shit, etc.
 Quoting: Patrick Bateman


well, operations work is more secure than exploration, that's for sure. and being willing to go to places with lower production costs will keep you employed. so your comment makes sense to me now. musta been kinda slow yesterday.
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03/28/2013 12:59 PM

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I read in a newspaper lately, that in Siberia people are making a living today, in digging out ancient ivory belonging to mammuts.

I remember thinking, that if this part of the world heats up releasing its methane, shit is around the corner.

Thanks for confirming this.
 Quoting: ^àTOn^


I thought I read long ago that almost all of the ivory ever traded and used for artistic purposes around the world, came from mammoth ivory?
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This documentary is from the 70s, they knew what was coming and how to fix it the right way, as to keep the earth in the right climate zone...but instead chemtrails were a last ditch effort to fix what they broke
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I want to watch this later, thanks.
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ADDENDUM: Not that I disagree with being environmentally responsible. It is our duty as stewards of this planet and is logical to NOT lay waste to your home. However, rational thought must also include evidence that Earth has endured extreme climate changes in the past, as it has asteroid/comet impacts, long before man. While man DOES have an impact and SHOULD be responsible, there are other stronger mitigating factors at work, I believe.
 Quoting: Requiemdream (Ghost)


Hey GHOST! Great point.

I think that our limited life spans, and even more policically limited life spans make us view everything in the context of a very short period of time, in stark contrast to the life of the planet! Ego driven - OMG, OMG, it's happening in MY lifetime. (applies to biblical events too...)[am not religious btw]

The methane issue, currently under way is maybe a response or starting point for a transformation of/on the planet, something we may not understand in the greater scheme of things.

A response maybe to outside influence, from exploding stars, or a particularly energised region of space, which in time, might lead to a change in the Van Alen belts, or proliferation of a particular species of plant, which will create more C02 during the night etc etc.

I tend to believe the planet is a living entity, and it skews how I think, but putting that a side, what I've said above, still applies, even in a dead straight scientific perspective. The web of life.

We've lost touch with our planet, and each other in that respect, and rely only on measuring devices that are mechanical and electronic, when our ancestors were more 'in tune' with the planet and each other.

The methane is a cyclical thing, and part of a larger series of events.
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03/29/2013 10:16 AM
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Serious question OP. What are we supposed to do about this? In a perfect world what is the rational course of action here?
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why don't you all realize that STAR FLEET IS HERE because of all these issues caused by the times of transition?
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03/29/2013 10:29 AM
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Strange a few days ago i posted the same articles on the same website over the same subject and no one seemed to care.

A few days later i'm amazed by seeing the same old news getting pinned with 15 pages of comments?

Anyways i'm glad the methane debacle is catching up.

Here is a few websites that those interested in the subject might wanna check.

[link to nsidc.org]

[link to www.arctic.io]

The global warming is being caused by a warming in sea temperatures which is caused from the sea floor bottom.

Infact every planet in our solar system is experiencing change. Even the sun is getting warmer that's the reason why it is magnetically weak. (lack of sunspots...)

Something is changing the vacuum medium. (the cosmic equilibrium within the vacuum of our solar system.)

Wether it is the arrival of nibiru or something else remains to be seen.
 Quoting: Mr information 1337378

Are you sure you're living in Belgium? A place a local who wants to leave pronto on account of the miserable cold winter affecting still most of Northern Europe. Stop reading progaganda articles, go out and see how fucking cold it is at the end of March.
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Widespread mystery odor reported across New Orleans area — Oil, natural gas suspected — Coast Guard investigating (VIDEO)

[link to enenews.com]

Watch Fox 8′s broadcast here
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Widespread mystery odor reported across New Orleans area — Oil, natural gas suspected — Coast Guard investigating (VIDEO)

[link to enenews.com]

Watch Fox 8′s broadcast here
 Quoting: JIMMY 27874469


Officials report gas is now being detected underneath homes near giant Louisiana sinkhole

[link to enenews.com]
Tests find explosive gas in soil beneath foundation slabs near sinkhole

[link to www.youtube.com]
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Fortunately as a cell-bio major, I can work around that, especially if I am willing to travel, and speak more than English.
 Quoting: Patrick Bateman


The price of oil is a world price, mostly. What would a cell-bio major in the petroleum biz? Forgive my stupid question -- I'm in the bitumen ghetto up here.
 Quoting: Swinburnian


They hire bio, chem and physics majors to do things like mud-engineering, water testing, safety shit, etc.
 Quoting: Patrick Bateman


well, operations work is more secure than exploration, that's for sure. and being willing to go to places with lower production costs will keep you employed. so your comment makes sense to me now. musta been kinda slow yesterday.
 Quoting: Swinburnian


I also don't mind moving and traveling, so if work gets slow in one spot, I'll gladly just move fore a few months.
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I heard a professor in an interview who says humanity has passed the point of no return. He believes at this point it doesn't matter what we do. Humans will be extinct in a relatively short time.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 36807475


This might be true but I remember being in college in 1974 and hearing almost word-for-word the same message in a lecture....and yet that was a long a time ago and life hasn't ended and a bunch of stuff has happened in the meantime.

Maybe this time its different, I don't know, but they have been calling doom for a long time now and life seeems to go on.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 35307170



Well, "relatively" compared to what? One human lifespan? One century? One geologic age?

About 25 years ago I heard a scientist predict that within 100 year all mammalian life above rodent-size would be extinct because of rising C02 levels. At the time I thought it was ridiculous. Not so sure anymore. I wouldn't be surprised if Guy McPherson is right and it's more like 30 years not 75.

Either way, it's "relatively" soon compared to almost anything, except my own lifespan.
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Abrupt climate change just around the corner peeps. Looks like the whole Arctic ice sheet is on the move and breaking up early:

March 22, 2013 video of Arctic ice breaking, cracks and on the move: [link to youtu.be]

Paul Beckwith, climatologist studying abrupt climate change: "For the record; I do not think that any sea ice will survive this summer. An event unprecedented in human history is today, this very moment, transpiring in the Arctic Ocean. The cracks in the sea ice that I reported on my Sierra Club Canada blog and elsewhere over the last several days have spread and at this moment the entire sea ice sheet (or about 99% of it) covering the Arctic Ocean is on the move. Clockwise. The ice is thin, and slushy, and breaking apart."

Beckwith goes on to say, "This is abrupt climate change in real-time. Humans have benefited greatly from a stable climate for the last 11,000 years or roughly 400 generations. Not any more. We now face an angry climate. One that we have poked in the eye with our fossil fuel stick and awakened. And now we must deal with the consequences. We must set aside our differences and prepare for what we can no longer avoid. And that is massive disruption to our civilizations."

(from Part-time professor and climatologist Paul Beckwith)


Record Methane in Arctic early March 2013:

"Methane levels for this period are at record highs in the Barents and Norwegian Seas, i.e. the highest levels ever recorded by IASI, which is is short for Infrared Atmospheric Sounding Interferometer, a Fourier transform spectrometer on board the European EUMETSAT Metop satellite that has supplied data since 2007."
[link to arctic-news.blogspot.co.uk]

"This has the potential to release vast quantities of methane trapped by ice below the surface - billions of tonnes of methane. World-wide, peat bogs store at least two trillion tons of CO2. This is equivalent to a century of emissions from fossil fuels."
[link to www.examiner.com]

This my friend, is the REAL REASON DHS ordered all those bullets. We are living on our own self-induced asteroid. Don't need to worry about what's incoming but rather what we are currently standing on.
 Quoting: Climate Change Watcher 844118


I think you've been sucking on that Al Gore cock a little too hard
Anonymous Coward
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Methane realeases being smelled in Florida gulf Coast. More Methane doom as we already know there is a big pocket of methane Hydrates Melting there!
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Methane realeases being smelled in Florida gulf Coast. More Methane doom as we already know there is a big pocket of methane Hydrates Melting there!
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