Published On: Tue, Jul 29th, 2014

Siberian Gaping Holes May Bear Evidence of Staggering Climate Changes

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Over the last month, two huge funnels have mysteriously opened up in the tundra, in the Yamal Peninsula, part of the Yamal-Nenets autonomous district of northwest Siberia.

Researchers are examining the giant holes in an attempt to explain their sudden appearance. According to geologist Konstantin Ranks, natural gas emission may explain the holes’ formation, a consequence of global warming.

The smaller of the two funnels was discovered on July 21, and reported by the Rossiya 1 television channel. The hole has a diameter of approximately 45 feet and snow is visible inside.

News of the original, larger crater came from local reindeer herders, who reported a celestial body that fell to Earth in a flash on September 27, 2013.

One reindeer herder said he only saw smoke, haze, and then a flash.

Currently, many online are speculating about the source of these holes, with some opinions leaning heavily in the direction of alien intervention.

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