Thursday, December 15, 2011

Planetary Flatulence Discovered in Arctic



The following article demonstrates how little we know about the vast natural resources right under our noses. Or what little the public is allowed to know. While we squawk about our carbon footprint and pollution, Earth itself is flatulating humongous volumes of methane gas from underwater orifices. The gas is being injected into the atmosphere continually. Some columns of methane are over half a mile wide.

All you book critics out there might want to compare Earth Sink, pages 399-400. Not so far fetched now, is it?

Giant plumes of methane bubbling to surface of Arctic Ocean.

Enhanced Fujita Scale of tornado intensity.

Saffir-Simpson Scale of hurricane intensity.

Torino Impact Hazard Scale.

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Look for this book. Earth Sink is available for 99 cents on apple devices, including iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch with iBooks through the iBookstore. Kindle and Nook editions also 99 cents.

Ask your local library or bookstore to get you a copy in print. Prices vary for printed editions. Call your favorite talk show host today and ask about this peculiar new book, Earth Sink.


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Click here to read the book review by KIRKUS Discoveries.



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www.wix.com/ilyanlavanway/Earth-Sink


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