138 Volcanos in Western Antarctica Mapped

Scientists have mapped 138 volcanos below the ice in the Western Antarctic Rift. Most are hidden below one-mile sheets of ice.

Volcanic activity is unknown, but eruptions could increase melting ice, contributing to natural rise in ocean levels.

And they were not put there by man …

Source: “A New Volcanic Province: An Inventory of Subglacial Volcanoes in West Antarctica,” May 29, 2017, The Geological Society of London: http://sp.lyellcollection.org/content/specpubgsl/early/2017/05/26/SP461.7.full.pdf

Termites, Greenhouse Gas and Global Warming

California to begin regulating cow farts.

Say hello to higher prices, so California bureaucrats can hand out more cash to cronies.

The Sun, tilt of the planet, geologic activity and Termites change the climate more than Man.


MAIN SOURCE: Termites: A Potentially Large Source of Atmospheric Methane, Carbon Dioxide, and Molecular Hydrogen (Science Mag)

By History Infographics — Extensive other sources . . .

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