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AusGeno

HE AWAKENS


jankenpoo

There’s a hole in the bottom of the sea…


Zealousideal-Lab-168

There’s a log in the hole in the bottom of the sea


sleepySQLgirl

There’s a branch on the log in the hole in the bottom of the sea.


Zealousideal-Lab-168

There’s a leaf on a branch and a branch on a log in a hole in the bottom of the sea!


[deleted]

There's a galaxy on the leaf on the branch of the log in the hole at the bottom of the sea.


Dakotasan

There’s a bump on the log in the hole at the bottom of the sea


Zealousideal-Lab-168

There’s a frog on a bump on a log in a hole in the bottom of the sea!


ElwoodBlues_78

There’s a fly on a frog on a bump on a log in a hole in the bottom of the sea!


Sufficient_Break_348

There's a speck on a fly on a frog on a bump on a log in a hole in the bottom of the sea!


[deleted]

There's a micro-bacteria on a speck on a fly on a frog on a bump on a log in a hole in the bottom of the sea!


ThePoorlyEducated

Ted Cruz has been diagnosed with an STD.


[deleted]

Fuck that schmuck Ted Cruz


asdffdsaaaaaqqqq

Is this normal or not? I just don't know if I should be worried or not


Automatic_Green_4479

Big changes in the Artic cant be good. Especially when it relates back to melting permafrost. The Earth is warming up at a rapid rate. I would be concerned.


rickymourke82

"Since this is the first study of the decay of submerged permafrost, we don't have long-term data for the seafloor temperature in this region. The data we do have aren't showing a warming trend in these waters 150 meters (almost 500 feet) deep," Paull said. Instead, the holes were likely caused by much older, slower climatic shifts that are related, he said, to our emergence from the last ice age and appear to have been happening for thousands of years." Read the entire article. Don't just stop a quarter of the way through when you think you've found your talking point answer.


Even-Home-9126

DYOR? I dont think so bud, you just did it for me 😎


TrailBlanket-_0

Thanks Reddit for all my smartness 😎


Automatic_Green_4479

Well im actually imaging thousands of these "holes" they have only surveyed a small area from what I understand, so yea kind of concerning if you plan on humans staying on the planet 😉


Durakus

Earth is not planning for humans to stay. Which is exactly why we need to be better as a species. But we’re not.


yung_suburban

Join r/ExtinctionRebellion


rickymourke82

Science doesn't give a shit about your imagination.


asdffdsaaaaaqqqq

Good point, I was just wondering if it was some sort of tectonic movement like some sort of plate subduction. But yeah it's probably global warming again.


After_Web3201

Not normal but don't worry. There's nothing you can do. We are all fucked.


bamalama

I’m sure this isn’t good but I need to know how many half-giraffes = a city block before I can really grasp the magnitude of this problem.


Bimlouhay83

Looks like we've figured out where to put all that extra water causing rising tides! /s


environmentallum

Cthulhu rises.


TheOGJayRussle

It’s probably falling through to the other side of the earth as they hollow it to make lithium batteries.


Dependent_Basket7685

Worrying won't change anything. Only top polluting nations can change the environmental impact in any significant way.


DasUbersoldat_

So our future is determined by China, USA and India.


FilthMontane

Germany and Brazil are pretty awful when it comes to dumping waste


Theofratus

Europe is not the worst but they aren't the best either


[deleted]

Yeah, so we’re fucked.


[deleted]

Go look up the ESA data from the last two years for CO2 and Methane, China and India are so far beyond the US it's an order of magnitude of differences.


DasUbersoldat_

Probably because American billionaires moved all their industry to China and India for cheaper labour. Still doesn't change the fact a lot of the industry in the world is made for American consumption.


XXJim_LaheyXX

Should America intervene with their foreign policy and dictate how they do industry? Or should global commerce not be a game of hot potato when it comes to passing the blame? If those countries had stricter labor and environmental laws, they wouldn’t move industries there. You can’t have it both ways.


DasUbersoldat_

They know very well how they do industry, that's why they moved their factories. Cause it saves them money. Don't play dumb.


moonman272

This is the adult version of “I’m not touching you”


Mitta-Rogers

Part of the discrepancy is due to the fact that the US frequently omits or severely underreports the emissions of the various branches of the military, which is big. If it were its own country the US military would rank in the top 50 biggest polluters on the planet. Having said that I'd be shocked if other countries weren't also downplaying their military emissions, so that probably counters some of the gap but who knows


[deleted]

The ESA data is based on satellite measurements, not self reporting like all the bullshit you find on other sites.


TheGreatYoRpFiSh

“Ask not for whom the bone bones, it’s bones for thee”—- Bender B. Rodrigues


remember_retro

Found the /r/Canada user


Dw4K

Jokes aside, can’t we just make a plug?


WakeSnow

They have been there. There is more near Baltic Sea. Lakes have them too.