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Is the Arctic 'Methane Bomb' real?

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Scientists are skeptical.

The science behind the idea that a melting arctic could release methane that accelerates global warming is sound. But many scientist doubt the sizable effects quoted in some press accounts.

Origin and Prevalence






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