Methane-eating bacteria have been discovered some 800 meters (2,600ft) beneath the surface of the Antarctic ice sheet, in a discovery which could have a big impact on preventing global warming.
Month: August 2017
Greenhouse Gas-eating Bacteria Discovered Deep in Subglacial Antarctic Lake
Climate’s Sensitivity to Carbon Dioxide is Much Lower than Was Thought
Climate change, or its predecessor global warming, is based on the false application of climate models which resulted to the over-estimation of future global warming temperatures by “as much as 10 times,” thus is the conclusion reached from a mathematical discovery by one Pert-based electrical engineer, Dr. David Evans.