Sunday, 14 December 2014

The Permian extinction

This really is a fantastic 45min doco about the Siberian Traps and the Permian extinction noting the significance of high levels of carbon in the atmosphere when it happened. 

It talks about the methane ice/ hydrates that lurk on the ocean floor which contain more energy than all the fossil fuels on the planet combined and what Guy McPherson and Sam Carana have been warning us about.. 

This is what we risk unleashing anthropologically now that our carbon level has reached 400ppm." 

The deadliest million years in Earths history was about to begin."

---Kevin Hester

The Siberian Traps and the Volcanic Mass Extinction Theory (Full Documentary)

1 comment:

  1. From the reliable scientific website, Apocalypse 4 Real.

    The two European METOP satellites carry the IASI instrument which enables global capture of carbon dioxide (CO2) and methane (CH4) concentrations by 100 atmospheric levels, divided into 12 hour periods.

    They help give a broader understanding of the concentrations and distributions of these two greenhouse gases and complement the local specific readings that ground stations provide.

    The Nov. 2014 data for methane is compared with the Nov. 2013 data.

    Metop IASI 2-A

    For November 1-10, mean methane for 2-A averaged 1818.95 ppb, which was 10.57 ppb more than November 1-10, 2013.

    November 11-20 saw the average mean methane reach 1816.29 ppb, which was an increase of 8.84 ppb over the same period in 2013.

    November 21-30 saw a continuation of that trend, with average mean methane at 1813.35 ppb, or 8.14 ppb higher than November 21-30, 2013.

    For the month, the IASI 2-A mean methane averaged 1816.20 ppb or 9.18 ppb over November, 2013.

    The year to date mean methane average moved up to 1808.70, which is 6.77 ppb above 2013's average through November 30th.