Methane Bomb Squad Part 3: Dr. Carolyn Ruppel on Siberian Shelves

October 16, 2014

Here’s another except from my conversation with Dr. Carolyn Ruppel, Chair of the US Geological Survey’s project on gas hydrates – ie, the so-called “Methane Bomb” issue.

Part One is here.

I will be posting more interviews on this issue in coming days.


9 Responses to “Methane Bomb Squad Part 3: Dr. Carolyn Ruppel on Siberian Shelves”

  1. dumboldguy Says:

    Keep it coming. So far, it appears that the only thing we can be scientifically certain of is the uncertainty surrounding the methane “bomb”. Thinking intuitively leads in a different direction. One thing that IS certain is that we should forget about going to Mars and devote those resources to exploring the oceans.

  2. redskylite Says:

    I didn’t sleep very well last night, but here’s some wise words from Dr. Richard Alley,

    “Will you gamble your reproductive future on that” ?

  3. Peter, none of your videos are displaying for me any more.  Not even a box I can click on to get to it.  Did you change something, like sourcing from Fakebook?

    Also, you wrote “except” when you meant “excerpt”.

  4. […] Dr. Carolyn Ruppel, a research geophysicist at the Woods Hole Field Center in Massachusetts and chief of the U.S. Geological Survey’s Gas Hydrates Project, told The Huffington Post in an email that she was not surprised that new holes had been found. […]

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