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  • The Esieh Lake, North Alaska is a strange one. It never fully freezes. It hisses and it literally boils with ancient gas. If you light a fire over its surface, flames will burst towards you. And all that is because it’s full of methane.
  • New research on global warming warns that San Francisco and 11 other major US airports are at risk of getting flooded. A team of scientists found out that the Bay Area is already sinking by just 0.06 inches (2 mm) a year, while other areas are falling at 10 times that rate.
  • Recent findings say that the Antarctic continent’s stability may be in danger. Sea levels would tremendously rise, threatening minor settlement and the cities we consider the pinnacle of human civilization.
  • On August 27, 2017, stones bearing ominous messages have resurfaced in the Elbe River, in Central Europe – running from the Czech Republic into Germany. Over the past centuries, Europeans marked low water levels during droughts by carving lines and dates into boulders along the river.
  • "Though unchanged from 2018, this setting should be taken not as a sign of stability but as a stark warning to leaders and citizens around the world," Rachel Bronson, The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists (BAS) president and CEO, said in a statement. The Doomsday Clock was originally conceived in 1947 by a cadre of former Manhattan Project physicists, and was meant to symbolically picture how close humans were to nuclear annihilation.
  • 84 percent of the 1.5 million wildfires reported from 1992 to 2012 in the United States, were caused by humans, while 16 percent were sparked by a lightning strike, according to a 2017 study.

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