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Mysterious Crater in Siberia Likely Caused by Methane Blast
Softpedia

Scientists have worked out the likely cause of that enormous c...

The mystery of what caused that gigantic crater in the Yamal Peninsula of Siberia may have been solved. And the reason is scarier than all those totally valid theories involving aliens and meteorites. Andrei Plekhanov, an archaeologist at the ... GlobalPost, 1 month ago
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Examiner.com

Methane 'Blowholes': The Next Phase of Climate Change

The mysterious sinkholes in the Yamal Peninsula on northern Siberia are not sinkholes at all. Not in the traditional sense, in which limestone strata erode underground and the earth above opens up, swallowing roads, houses and buildings. Those ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago Siberian sinkhole: Unexplained formation of Siberian sinkhole analyzed  Examiner.com2 months ago
Salon

The story behind the Siberian sinkhole is on today's cover

By August 5 at 7:40 PM Scientists were baffled when a giant crater suddenly appeared on the Yamal Peninsula in Siberia.Spanning nearly 200 feet, the giant hole became a giant mystery as locals began talking about flashing lights and claims ...
 Washington Post1 month ago A giant hole appeared in Siberia, and no one's sure what caused it  Salon2 months ago Giant Mystery Hole Appears in Siberia, But No One's Sure What Caused It  AlterNet.org2 months ago
Sott.net

Mysterious Siberian crater may have been caused by methane

By now, you've heard of the crater on the Yamal Peninsula. It's the one that suddenly appeared, yawning nearly 100 feet in diameter, and made several rounds in the global viral-media machine. The adjectives most often used to describe it: giant, ...
 Denver Post1 month ago Earth is opening up: Mysterious Siberian crater attributed to methane  Sott.net1 month ago Methane created mysterious Siberian crater: Study  Prokerala1 month ago Siberian craters created by sinkholes  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago
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Blue & Green Tomorrow

Global warming could to be to blame for mysterious Siberian crater

Saturday, August 9th, 2014 By The large crater was found in the Yamal peninsula in Siberia and researchers suggest it was caused by methane being released from thawing permafrost. Andrei Plekhanov, an archaeologist at the Scientific ...
 Blue & Green Tomorrow1 month ago Researchers: Warming responsible for Siberia's mysterious hole  Salon1 month ago Crater in Siberia Was a Result of Global Warming (VIDEO)  Auto World News2 months ago 3rd Crater Found In Siberia. Earth's "Dragon Breath" Is Coming To Life.  Daily Kos2 months ago
International Business Times UK

Siberian Mystery Craters Explained: 'Dragon Breath' Methane Spikes Above Russia Linked to Climate Change

Three craters have been discovered in the Yamal and Taymyr Peninsulas of Siberia(Google Maps, Nosok residents) Large spikes of methane being released into the atmosphere above Siberia may be tied to the mysterious craters which have appeared in ...
 International Business Times UK2 months ago
International Business Times UK

Siberia: Did Huge Underground Explosion Cause Two Giant Mystery Craters?

The second crater, discovered in the Yamal Peninsula, has a diameter of 15 metresYoutube screenshot Two giant mysterious craters have appeared in northern Siberia, with officials suggesting they may have been created by an underground explosion. ...
 International Business Times UK2 months ago
UPI

Two More Holes Have Been Found Near The Giant One That Opened Up In Siberia

The mysterious hole that opened up a fortnight ago in Siberia's Yamal Peninsula just got even more mysterious. Reindeer herders have now found two more, one of which is estimated to be half the size of the original, which was 30 metres across, ...
 Business Insider Australia2 months ago Just two weeks after footage of a mysterious crater in Russia's northern Yamal peninsula went viral, two more massive holes have been discovered in Siberia.  TickerTech.com2 months ago Two more giant holes found in Siberia  UPI2 months ago More Mysterious Holes Appear, This Time In Mount Baldy, Indiana [VIDEO]  Inquisitr1 month ago
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Business Insider

Scientists Finally Got A Close-Up View Of That Mysterious Siberian Crater —Here's What They Found

When a helicopter discovered a mysterious giant crater on the Yamal Peninsula of Siberia, a place referred to as "the end of the world," speculation was rampant. People suggested it could have been caused by a meteorite, an underground explosion ...
 Houston Chronicle2 months ago Scientists Finally Got A Close Up View Of That Mysterious Siberian Crater - Here's What They Found  Austin American Statesman2 months ago
Salon

Scientists investigating Siberia's mysterious hole: There is nothing mysterious about it

Scientists dispatched to investigate the mysterious hole that appeared on Siberia's Yamal peninsula are back with their initial findings, and theyve more or less confirmed that it's some sort of natural phenomenon occurring in the region's ...
 Salon2 months ago Russian scientists venture into mysterious Siberian hole  Nine MSN2 months ago
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