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Explosions that light up the sky form Siberian craters – Business Insider

Since the crater appeared in winter 2013, more have shown up – including a 100-foot-wide crater on Siberia’s Yamal Peninsula, which a pilot first spotted n 2014. Lacking a better explanation, aliens and underground missiles were floated as possible theories, according to The Washington Post.

But the truth – which the new eyewitness reports may help support – is that the holes might come from a threat not even Mulder and Scully are equipped to handle: climate change.

Scientific American reports that Arctic zones are warming at a breakneck pace, and the summer of 2014 was warmer than average by an alarming 9 degrees Fahrenheit, according to another story in Nature. As a result, scientists at NOAA think that permafrost, the permanently frozen ground that covers the tundra, is starting to thaw in these warmer temperatures.

Source: Explosions that light up the sky form Siberian craters – Business Insider

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