Methane - It's Gas!

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Methane - It's Gas!

#1 Post by Andy F » Fri Nov 09, 2018 2:57 pm

The Jumping Jack Flash Hypothesis: It's A Gas Gas Gas! http://jumpingjackflashhypothesis.blogs ... s-gas.html

The full Hypothesis: It's Gas! http://jumpingjackflashhypothesis.blogs ... s-gas.html

Start with the FAQ's http://jumpingjackflashhypothesis.blogs ... olong.html

MISA Theory: http://jumpingjackflashhypothesis.blogs ... heory.html

Hydrogen Sulfide Events: http://jumpingjackflashhypothesis.blogs ... vents.html

He's been tracking all events worldwide since early 2013. I get it, it really is a lot of information to take in & then try to understand.

Jonny's December 2017 Statement on Question Raised on GSM -

Question: "over the last few years much data has come out on the current onset of the Grand Solar Minimum and it's effect's on seismic activity. John Casey (former NASA/NOAA scientist) in his book Upheaval talks about the sun's impact on earthquakes and volcanism when the sun goes to sleep...any thoughts since you wrote the MISA hypothesis?"

Jonny's reply: "Naw, nothing's changed. Grand Solar Minimums have happened about once every 300 years-ish, but that hasn't terribly affected volcanism. I'm talking about the big epochal volcanic upheavals that occur when there's a large displacement of mass from land to sea. When that happens, the Earth spits fire, or at least that's been the case every time it's happened in the last million years. So I'm just kinda watching the volcanism increasing as the Earth's ice melts and that huge transfer of mass proceeds. There may be some subtle underlying affect from the Grand Solar Minimum buried in there too, for a little while, but in terms of consequences, that'll be basically background noise compared to the effects of the relocation of huge amounts of mass onto the fragile oceanic plates."

NOTE: Obviously, I have some differences in opinion on GSM.
Jonny Mnemonic had two friends die suddenly around 2010, with no medical explanation & death certificates said cause unknown. He started investigating, long story short, their deaths were caused by Methane gas. That rotten egg smell. It is leaking in mass quantities everywhere on the planet, for various reasons.
I'd followed Jonny since early 2015. If you know anything about SpecOps aka Gov't Debunkers, especially Mr. West at "Metabunk" their group of experts tried to debunk the Methane Clathrate Gun Hypothesis and could not do so, and then they gave up.
You can :lol: at Metabunk "experts" here https://www.metabunk.org/claim-the-eart ... tion.t920/

Once again, I do not wish to cause fear. This is Science!
If I did not share, I could not live within myself.

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Re: Methane - It's Gas!

#2 Post by Andy F » Fri Nov 09, 2018 7:22 pm

Google Cars Sniffing for Methane As a matter of fact, it's been going on for many years. Here's just a few:

July 2014 Google's Cars Sniff Out Natural Gas Leaks to Deliver Cleaner Air
Of all the things to be leaking methane on Staten Island in New York City—corroded gas pipes, sewers, the Fresh Kills dump—who would have suspected the mail truck?

July 2015 Google Street View Cars Now Sniff Pollution Instead of Wi-Fi. https://www.wired.com/2015/07/google-st ... ead-wi-fi/
Now Google has partnered with an environmental testing startup to measure air quality within a city. And not just block by block, but hour to hour, day to night.

2016 Pittsburgh https://www.nextpittsburgh.com/environm ... view-cars/
EDF spent fives months mapping Downtown, the Hill District, Lawrenceville, Oakland and Highland Park using Google Street View mapping cars, each equipped with a tube running from the front bumper to a methane analyzer in the trunk. As the car drove, the analyzer took readings every second and uploaded the data to the cloud.

March 2017 Google’s Methane Sniffing Cars Featured in New “Study” https://marcellusdrilling.com/2017/03/g ... new-study/
For years anti-fossil fuel agitators have been making noise about so-called fugitive methane. According to antis, methane (CH4) is a zillion times more “potent” than carbon dioxide (CO2) in making Mom Earth toast (i.e. global warming, which isn’t happening).

November 2017 Bloomberg - Google Earth Has Cars Sniffing U.S. Cities to Guard Your Health https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles ... our-health

November 2018 A gas leak every mile: Google Street View cars find problems that utilities don't https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nat ... 683173002/

The real problem is, companies do not put profits back into hardening infrastructure. They used bandaids.
Occupational Safety Health on Methane https://www.ccohs.ca/oshanswers/chemica ... thane.html

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Re: Methane - It's Gas!

#3 Post by Andy F » Mon Nov 19, 2018 6:37 pm

The U.S. natural gas industry is leaking way more methane than previously thought via Science Jul 4, 2018 10:00 AM EST https://www.pbs.org/newshour/science/th ... ly-thought
How big is the methane problem?

"For the past five years, our research teams at Colorado State University have made thousands of methane emissions measurements at more than 700 separate facilities in the production, gathering, processing, transmission and storage segments of the natural gas supply chain..."

Climate change impacts on methane hydrates via World Ocean Review - 2010 https://worldoceanreview.com/en/wor-1/o ... -hydrates/
"Huge amounts of methane are stored around the world in the sea floor in the form of solid methane hydrates. These hydrates represent a large energy reserve for humanity. Climate warming, however, could cause the hydrates to destabilize. The methane, a potent greenhouse gas, would escape unused into the atmosphere and could even accelerate climate change...High water pressures and low temperatures provide the best conditions for methane hydrate formation
... Methane is a potent greenhouse gas, around 20 times more effective per molecule than carbon dioxide...Depending on the mathematical model employed, present calculations of their abundance range between 100 and 530,000 gigatons of carbon. Values between 1000 and 5000 gigatons are most likely. That is around 100 to 500 times as much carbon as is released into the atmosphere ­annually by the burning of coal, oil and gas..."

Then, December 2015, there is:
The ecology of methane in streams and rivers: patterns, controls, and global significance https://www.researchgate.net/publicatio ... gnificanceYou can download the PDF there.
"While carbon dioxide (CO2) is the major end-product of ecosystem respiration, methane (CH4) is also present in many fluvial environments even though methanogenesis typically requires anoxic conditions that may be scarce in these systems. Given recent recognition of the pervasiveness of this greenhouse gas in streams and rivers, we synthesized existing research and data to identify patterns and drivers of CH4, knowledge gaps, and research opportunities..."


The Methane issue is far more problematic in streams, lakes and rivers than discussed in media, or publicly in "mainstream" Science articles, like in "Nature" etc.
When life ends, the remains end up on the surface of Earth where it decays. It occurs on ocean floor as well. This is Nature.
JJF's Jonny Mnemonic already knows after his ~8 years of studies on Methane.
Of course, the profit focused corporations think of harvesting Methane as source of energy, yet at this date have not been able. Obviously, because of GSM, I would have a different opinion on climate change as being the ONE cause of the Methane problem. It isn't.
I'd put more blame on the Methane release on increased numbers of earthquakes and by vulcanism, disturbing the earth's crusts worldwide thereby allowing the Methane to escape especially along coastlines throughout the world around every continent.

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Re: Methane - It's Gas!

#4 Post by Andy F » Mon Dec 02, 2019 9:36 pm

Methane N Cascadia Margin via Strange Sounds.jpg
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North Carolina underwater methane field - Strange Sounds

https://strangesounds.org/2019/07/north ... video.html
Jul 20, 2019 "Methane emitted from the seafloor at more than about 300 feet water depth dissolves in the surrounding ocean, and the methane never reaches the sea surface in bubbles. The Bodie Island seeps are much deeper than 300 feet." Carbon dioxide is what reaches the surface. The methane may also "slightly affect the acidity of the water," she said.

Thousands of methane vents discovered at the Northern Cascadia.
https://strangesounds.org/2019/11/metha ... ience.html
Dec 1, 2019 Their new results show more than 1,778 methane bubble plumes issuing from the waters off Washington State, grouped into 491 clusters. The vast majority of the newly observed methane plume sites are located at the seaward side of the continental shelf, at about 160 meters water depth. Thousands of methane vents discovered along Cascadia.

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Re: Methane - It's Gas!

#5 Post by Andy F » Mon Dec 02, 2019 9:46 pm

Unprecedented methane leaks in 6 major US cities
The methane problem in the US
https://strangesounds.org/2019/07/metha ... dence.html

When burned for heat or power, methane emits less carbon dioxide (CO2) than fossil fuels such as coal. But when leaked directly into the atmosphere, its warming effect can be dozens of times stronger than CO2, depending on the time scale over which the warming is measured.

The new findings come courtesy of data gathered by aircraft over six U.S. cities: Washington, D.C.; Baltimore, Maryland; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; New York City; Providence; and Boston. In 2018, researchers flew at altitudes between 300 and 800 meters and measured concentrations of methane, ethane, CO2, and carbon monoxide, among other gases.
Those are the crazy high black crime cities. Makes me wonder if they're not being gassed and the possible correlation to violence.
The team’s analyses suggest the five biggest urban areas studied — which together include about 12% of the nation’s population — emit about 890,000 tons of methane each year.

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