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In fact, the fire emanating from these rock holes is the result of methane leakage from the underlying stratum through openings. Relax a little weed cannabis face mask. The methane gas source in Yanartas is thought to be formed from a higher temperature than conditions in this area. No one knows what sparked these fumes, but these flames have been burning continuously for over 2500 years. Recent research by Giuseppe Etiope, a scientist at the National Institute of Geophysics and Volcanoes in Rome, Italy, and colleagues at Bolyai University (Romania), may have found the answer. Experts say that Ruthenium, a rare metal found in flint rocks below this region, could act as a catalyst. In the laboratory, Ruthenium promotes the formation of methane gas at temperatures below 100 degrees Celsius, the same as the level in Yanartas.
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