The End of Snowball Earth and What it Means Today

This article, citing a peer reviewed article from Nature, discusses the climate forces that ended a particularly cold time on earth 635 million years ago. It further discusses how these changes may be relevant today.

Large Methane Release Could Cause Abrupt Climate Change As Happened 635 Million Years Ago

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3 Responses to The End of Snowball Earth and What it Means Today

  1. Amy Jo says:

    Well we’d better get to killin’ all them cows… seeing how their flatulence contains methane! 🙂

  2. maudyfish says:

    On the same hand you may be spiking your own nose since America Neeeeds alternative ways to use new available fuels!!!

  3. maudyfish,

    Sorry. I don’t understand your comment. What is the relevance of this to new available fuels? And, what fuels are you considering?

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