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Christopher Lawson · Andrews University
SORRY to be the one to tell everyone the bad news: we are past the ‘tipping point’. It is impossible to prevent a permanent thawing of the Arctic. Methane gas emissions in the Arctic Ocean are bubbling up so fast that there is an area of one hundred square miles (in Soviet waters) that can no longer be navigated by ships – they cannot float on the bubbles and could fall through a bubble column. The pemafrost is estimated to contain more than double the amount of CO2 than now resides in the atmosphere. It will all be released within a decade. Our CO2 policies are to keep us docile until the elite have their Ozark Mountain retreats established. Good bye to the Eastern Seaboard. Good luck to everyone in the soon coming crisis.