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    Massive ocean of molten carbon under majority of western US

    Royal Holloway, University of London, says the region covers 100,000 sq miles (1.8 million sq km). If a large amount was released at once, it could bring about an disaster on the scale of nuclear warfare.


    They say lake but looks more like an Ocean to me
    A massive lake of molten carbon the size of Mexico is discovered under the US, and it could cause climate CHAOS

    • Situated under western US, 217 miles (350km) beneath the Earth's surface
    • Scientists used world's largest array of seismic sensors to map area
    • Melting carbon covers an area of 700,000 sq miles (1.8 million sq km)
    • Upper mantle could contain up to 100 trillion metric tonnes of melted carbon
    • Its discovery challenges what researchers have assumed about how much carbon is trapped inside the planet


    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencete...#ixzz4YrnWNsNm
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    Beware the ApE πŸ‘£


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    #2
    I've been waiting for that california into the sea quake for 40 years. Falling into molten lava would be even better!

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      #3
      Can we make diamonds?
      I don't know.

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        #4
        OMG WE'RE ALL DOOMED! Unless... unless... is there something we can ban or tax to save the planet?
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          #5
          Where is Al Gore?
          Give a man a match, & he'll be warm for 20 seconds. But toss that man a white phosphorus grenade and he'll be warm for the rest of his life.

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            #6
            This is going to get good. I can feel it.
            Bigger the Government, the smaller the Citizen.

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              #7
              Sensationalist Bullshit its 200 miles under the ground

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                #8
                Originally posted by Glazed Donut Glory View Post
                Sensationalist Bullshit its 200 miles under the ground
                Talk ENDofDAYS or GTFO
                Beware the ApE πŸ‘£


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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Glazed Donut Glory View Post
                  Sensationalist Bullshit its 200 miles under the ground
                  oh and

                  Beware the ApE πŸ‘£


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                    #10
                    Okay bucko

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Glazed Donut Glory View Post
                      Sensationalist Bullshit its 200 miles under the ground
                      When / if that moltent core hits that massive underground ocean that 5 times bigger then all the surface oceans, the atmosphere is going to just fill with CO2 and steam the planet like Chinese Laundromat.
                      Bigger the Government, the smaller the Citizen.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by rover View Post

                        When / if that moltent core hits that massive underground ocean that 5 times bigger then all the surface oceans, the atmosphere is going to just fill with CO2 and steam the planet like Chinese Laundromat.
                        Like everyday in Alabama!

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                          #13
                          Just think how big the plants will grow after were extinct.
                          Bigger the Government, the smaller the Citizen.

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                            #14
                            I bet it gets all the conservatives who listen to faux news get excited.

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                              #15
                              Since when would carbon affect the climate?

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