Katey Walter releases methane trapped in frozen Alaskan lakes, using a pick axe.
She pierces the bubble trapped in the ice and light it up, causing it to explode.
And suddenly ice becomes fire as the deadly gas explodes in a massive fireball.
These toxic bubbles of highly-flammable methane are frozen in bubbles just inches beneath the surface of the ice.
The methane bubbles can be described as ‘ice grenades’ that are waiting to explode.
Imagine what would happen if all this methane was released and ignated: Apocalypse!
Wonderful methane gas bubble trapped in ice
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