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The Methane 'Time Bomb': How big a concern?

Posted on 5 February 2019 by greenman3610

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  1. I lose a bit of sleep over it. The melting has already started... Even if all emissions stopped now; I fear it may melt anyways. We have already lost about a third of Arctic Ice by surface area in the past 3 decades.

    We have to stop emissions, but even when and if so, the Greenhouse Gas ppm is still increasing as this ice and permafrost melts. And we lose the albeido effect with every sq inch of ice gone.

    Sleep is a pretty finicky thing anyways.

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