Well, I am probably going to make a total fool of myself with this remark, since I know essentially nothing about holes in Siberia or anything else to do with geology, but as is usual with Green Eagle I can't help squawking about something or other.
By now we have all heard about these holes, which have suddenly appeared in the Yamal Peninsula, a place I had never heard of before this. Here is a familiar image of the largest:
What does it mean? I don't have a clue. But I haven't seen anyone else point this out, and I thought it was interesting enough to mention.
Anyone have thoughts about this?