Are They Methane Pimples or Impact Craters?

Off the coast of California, they’ve found a strange phenomena that they can’t explain.

Further down on the right side bar of the these blog entries, I have a LiveScience RLL feed that I sometimes look through to find topics to write about here, but usually they have a hypothesis to explain weird science that they put there. This time no.

So what do you think it is?

Usually, they say, underground methane vents cause these holes, but here it is not the case. Also, they are quite old.

Check out the articles here->>>https://www.livescience.com/mystery-california-seabed-pockmarks.html

…and here->>> https://oceanexplorer.noaa.gov/explorations/19express/logs/oct12/oct12.html

…and then comment below.

~ by Bill Housley on January 8, 2020.

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