Wednesday, June 23, 2010
This is interesting, in view of the fact that global quakes of magnitude 9.8 and above are forecast for the future, and such quakes would undoubtedly release massive quantities of undersea methane. The accompanying volcanoes would undoubtedly ignite the methane clouds. The entire Gulf of Mexico and Burmuda Triangle region sits on massive deposits of methane. A similar deposit the size of the state of California lies offshore in the Pacific, waiting to be released.
Interestingly enough, there have been hundreds of ship and aircraft disappearances in these regions that could be attributed to the loss of lift in air and water when methane is released in large quantities. Fortunately, there has not been a mega-release in our time, or ignition of the gas cloud.
Posted by Craig Lowery at 6/23/2010 11:04:00 PM