People who understand physics will have a deeper understanding of the formation of bubbles. Bubbles are substances produced by natural phenomena, and we can often see their existence in our daily life. For example, when people boil a pot of boiling water, when the temperature in the pot rises, countless tiny bubbles will be produced at the bottom of the pot.
As a common physical phenomenon in life, when the temperature rises, many substances will automatically produce bubbles, including soil. It sounds incredible, but it does happen in real life, especially in swamps, where people can find softer soil, where there are bubbles.
When these bubbles rise, they will continue to grow until they come to the surface. We can say that we are not surprised by the bubbles produced by liquid substances, but have you ever seen the bubbles produced under the ground?
With the development of science and technology, people have more opportunities to study the formation of bubbles in soil. Recently, a large number of “bubbles” have been found in Siberia by some scientists, and their formation causes and shapes are quite different from those we usually contact, which has aroused widespread concern.
The researchers said that although the way in which soil bubbles are produced is different from what we know as liquid bubbles, when the temperature rises, they also burst and release a lot of gas, eventually forming many pits of different sizes on the surface of the soil.
At first, scientists found that the soil bubbles were located on the remote Siberian island of bere. Later, similar discoveries were made on two other islands. These dense bubbles represent a special kind of change, and it also has potential danger. Scientists realize that this is not an unusual physical phenomenon.
After the research, the scientists found that these soil bubbles contain a lot of methane gas, which may explode at any time, so they reminded the nearby residents not to get close to these soil bubbles. In the past, some people have tried to use soil bubbles as “spring trampolines” and thought it was very interesting.
In fact, soil bubbles are very fragile. They contain methane gas, which can easily cause a series of explosions. A little carelessness will hurt people around them. In addition, scientists are not sure about the content of methane. Once there is danger, the consequences will be unimaginable.
For a long time, scientists have been unable to explain the formation of air bubbles in soil. Back in 2014, scientists were surprised to find that where there are soil bubbles, the content of methane in the air is 1000 times higher than that in ordinary areas, far more than people think.
In the later investigation, some people think that this phenomenon is still not very common, so it is likely to be caused by global warming. On the one hand, as the temperature rises, the permafrost in Siberia gradually melts and the land becomes soft; on the other hand, the higher the temperature, the more frequent the gas activity in the soil and the higher the methane content.
That is to say, similar soil bubbles exist not only in Siberia, but also in other parts of the world, but they have not yet been found. For more than 7000 soil bubbles, scientists have repeatedly reminded local people not to approach them.
The evil effect of global warming has gradually emerged. Since people are unable to change the phenomenon including soil bubbles and remind people to pay attention to safety while protecting the environment, can this trend be slowed down?