Offbeat Siberia: Tor to the underworld continues to grow
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was almost clear: If there is access to the underworld, then it is somewhere in Siberia. Why the whole thing is indeed horrible show measured data.Tor to the Underworld
in Northern Sibiria is: the gateway to the underworld. So he is called, the currently largest Thermocarst crater of the earth. The crater has emerged because by high temperatures of the Permafrost floor of the Tundra begins to melt.
Normally, the area around the crater is one of the coldest in the world. Now, however, values of 38 degrees Celsius were measured in June - temperature record for the Arctic.
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The International "Batagaika Megaslump" crater is already about one kilometer long, has the shape of a tadpole and grows a year about 12-14 meters.
in between, there are always ground pieces from the crater rim, often from the size of a car. Massive forest fires in Siberia heat the temperatures there are a record level.
Guilt is the climate change
the cause, even if many do not hear anymore can, is the climate change junior by man. Scientists have now calculated that the phenomenon occurs about 70 years earlier than expected.
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The phenomenon had become more likely due to human agitation on our atmosphere about 600 times. Meanwhile, a kind of vicious circle developed from the development in Siberia: millions of hectares of burned soil heat up the entire region through sunlight on his carbon black color and the risk of other fires rises again.catastrophic effects
are likely to be glad about the "gate to the underworld" alone and geologists alone, they will witness to a vacancy of partly millions of years old soil layers who tell the knowledgeable amazing stories.
, however, this development has a bad effect on the rest of humanity. In Russia alone, climate shift causes damage to billions of billions each year. Whole residential buildings collapse and bury their inhabitants among themselves because the foundation of the houses is away from the thunded ground.
This is also due to the latest oil disaster in Norilsk: 20,000 tonnes of diesel oil ran out and destroyed nature in a wide range.
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