• Paul H.
    06/29/2019 12:54

    Stop that bullshit!

  • Dorian G.
    06/19/2019 23:23

    Big deal! How long has this been going on? Millenia! And now we are worried? What a load of ------------.

  • Louie B.
    06/18/2019 14:59

    It could blow

  • Eti E.
    06/15/2019 11:04

    Beautiful art of our CREATOR.

  • Patricia J.
    06/14/2019 13:45

    i saw a program maybe 2 years ago about methane hydraes that are trapped in the sea bed ,(bemuda triangle )that when dissolved destroy the water tension ,so any thing floating loses its stabability and sinks

  • Mike C.
    06/14/2019 13:31

    It is propaganda. Just making people worry too much about global warming. The occurence has already been there for a long time.. It has just not been shown becuase obviously there is no social media decades ago and videography is limited. Is there a handy video cam 50 yrs ago with 120gb memory card? 😂😂 No! so no one can see this natural occurence until now.

  • Tim B.
    06/14/2019 12:59

    All this is why Ice Ages are cyclical. Yes , we are not helping the situation by speeding up the natural course of events with our wasteful ways.

  • Anibal C.
    06/13/2019 12:10

    If the lake is usually frozen, how did the plants grow there orginally?

  • Taipan S.
    06/13/2019 03:53

    Danger to the environment.

  • Mike K.
    06/12/2019 18:42

    I wouldn’t worry too much. Methane and co2 have been around for billions of years. Alarmist BS

  • Walter P.
    06/12/2019 09:13

    Trap methane gases to form LPG.

  • Mirco B.
    06/11/2019 23:28

    das ist das worüber wir letztens gesprochen haben

  • Kirsten J.
    06/11/2019 22:22

    Spectacular but worrying 🌎💚💜💙

  • Sue H.
    06/11/2019 15:28

    I thought it’s beautiful 😍 but in fact it is a dangerous sign of global warming 😱😥

  • Cristobal M.
    06/10/2019 20:54


  • Fatima B.
    06/10/2019 19:07

    watch this!

  • Santiago R.
    06/10/2019 18:54


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