Global warming accelerates:
It's been predicted for years, and now it's happening. Deep in the Arctic Ocean, water warmed by climate change is forcing the release of methane from beneath the sea floor.But at the end of the article a disclaimer:
Cohen cautions that the Arctic methane may not be from hydrate, but could be coming from the methane's primary source, which might be deep within the Earth.Another theory presented as fact.
If that was the case, the warming of the West Spitsbergen current may not be to blame.