After Cutting A Hole In Ice, He Lit A Match. What Happened Is So Cool

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Methane (CH4) can be found all over the globe. It is colorless and the main component of natural gas.

It’s created naturally but is also a result of the presence of humans. Watch as Rune Pettersen experiments with methane gas in a frozen lake — it’s yet another reason why science is awesome.

The methane was most likely a result of decomposing organic matter in the water that was trapped by a layer of ice.

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MOTHER NATUREPosted by Ocean Reality on Saturday, December 26, 2015


Apparently, ice can be flammable.

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