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(Live Science)   The good news: there is so much natural gas in the seafloor of Israel's Haifa Bay that it is literally leaking out its pores. The bad news: any attempt to drill for it and capture it might destroy the Med.Sea, or possibly the planet   ( livescience.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Haifa Bay, seafloor, stomata, continental shelfs, University of Haifa, northern israel, greenhouse gases, gas leak  
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2012-11-12 12:32:27 PM  
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Bontesla: Calls to drill it in 5... 4... 3...

This eschaton isn't going to immanentize itself, you know.
2012-11-12 04:12:09 PM  
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Moonlightfox: I think you mean Palestine's Haifa Bay.

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Palestine?!? Israel to me goddammitt!!
2012-11-12 08:14:15 PM  
1 vote:
At the outset of their study, researchers from the University of Haifa found more than 700 pockmarks (some at least 200 feet, or 60 meters, across)

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2012-11-12 03:58:26 PM  
1 vote:
I think you mean Palestine's Haifa Bay.
2012-11-12 02:56:25 PM  
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Don't drill into it. It would be bad.
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