Figure 8. When methane ice in the bedrock transforms into gas, the increase in volume is 1 : 168, which leads to an explosive venting of methane gas. This venting may severely deform the bedrock ("methane venting tectonics") as recorded in Sweden.
Original source: Scientific paper provided by N.-A. Mörner. Published originally on July 24, 2013 in Pattern Recognition in Physics (PRP)
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