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wwarnout t1_je0njpz wrote

Not to mention all the methane that is trapped in the permafrost.


Lardzor t1_je1rtjk wrote

I don't think it's trapped in the permafrost as much as that when the permafrost thaws, it will start to rot and methane will be a byproduct of it's decomposition.


clownburner t1_je23ryr wrote

Ever get that feeling like you’re in a rollercoaster and you’re getting very close to the top of the first big hill?


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INTJstoner t1_je4a5g2 wrote

Are you claiming that ancient industrial sites made the pollution in the permafrost, or are you just wording it totally wrong?