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Playing with methane gas locked in a frozen lake

Playing with methane gas locked in a frozen lake

(2:15) Scientists drill into a frozen lake in Alaska to ignite methane gas trapped in bubbles beneath the surface.

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Guest: What A Tool (2087 days ago)

I've never seen a drill like that before.

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I've never seen a drill like that before.

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Guest: Nick, UK (2087 days ago)
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Don't seem very scientific to me

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Don't seem very scientific to me

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