Arctic Methane Our most immediate climate change problem is Arctic methane
Methane mixed with water and frozen is called methane hydrateIt is ice that will burn
Methane bubbling from ocean floor. Methane gas has 170 times the volume of the original hydrate.
The East The East Siberian Arctic Shelf . It contains vast amounts of hydratessiberian
Shorelines are subject to erosion without the protection of sea ice. Permafrost thawing exposes yedoma. Large amounts of Methane and CO2 escape from these areas.
When the “ground” dries out it becomes susceptible to fires. Lighting strikes have increased 20%
As of 9/03/2012 Arctic Summer Sea Ice extent and volume has decreased by 81%
“Amplifying each other” means the dreaded feedback system has started
Rockwell/Collins engineers have been helpful but Rockwell/Collins has not taken up the project. • It was discovered that HAARP already has Radio Frequency Transmitters in operation. An adjustment in frequencies could test for sure whether or not methane can be decomposed in the atmosphere. • Lt. Col. Kleiman has received the project proposal and has forwarded it to the HAARP Project Director. HAARP’s major source of funding is the US NAVY. Contact your representative and ask them to make sure HAARP takes up this project.
It was recently discovered that the Antarctic has about three times as much methane as the Arctic.