Seismic data now suggests that a volcano is beginning to stir far beneath the Antarctica icecap.


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Seismic data now suggests that a volcano is beginning to stir far beneath the Antarctica icecap.

The article can’t resist noting how a really big eruption could melt a lot of ice and change the climate, neither of which is very likely.

2 comments

  • Kelly Starks

    the idea of a volcano erupting into the base of the Antarctic ice pack is wild! Irresistible Heat, against ultimate mass of cold on the planet.

    Epic!

    ;)

  • Don

    And there’s a whole lot of ice there these days.

    Hmmmmmmm…………

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