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Methane Plume Seen on Radar Returns Moving NW from Offshore SW of San Francisco Moving Toward Reno, Nevada

Methane deposits are abundant on the continental margin of the Pacific Northwest coast as more methane is seen being released southward. It is calculated that warming at this depth would theoretically destabilize methane deposits on the Cascadia subduction zone, which runs … Continue reading

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New Mexico Mystery Plume Tracked On Radar After Mushroom Explosion:

On 17th March 2014, at approximately 8 o’clock PM local time, a mushroom cloud of unknown particulates formed west of Cannon AFB -McAlister, New Mexico. It formed a plume and began to travel toward and through Amarillo, Texas, passing directly over … Continue reading

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