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By Ian Randall For Mailonline. A mysterious pocket of gas trapped under the seafloor off of the coast of Japan has been detected by geologists who probed the earth with seismic waves. The newly-discovered reserve could be an untapped natural resource if it is dominated by methane gas that could be used as fuel, the researchers said. Alternatively, such trapped gases could represent a ticking time bomb of greenhouse gases ready to escape in o the atmosphere and cause climatic shifts. Either way, the researchers note that this reservoir is likely not alone — with others expected to be hidden both nearby and in similar settings around the globe. These — similar to those generated by earthquakes — can reveal the nature of the rocks beneath the seafloor as they bounce off of them. The new study used a special computational technique that allowed the researchers to map out cross sections of the material beneath the sea floor in far greater detail than has previously been possible.
By Victoria Bell For Mailonline. The 'SubSea Scooter' is powered by an electric motor and allows owners to ride underwater for up to two-and-a-half hours at a time. Using the same controls as a standard motorbike, riders sit in an upright position with their head in a 'bubble helmet' with its own air supply so they can breathe. The unique scooters are available as either single person or double units - and the sellers claim they are 'ideal for exploring coral reefs'. Each scooter is powered by two electric motors, one for forward movement and another for vertical movement, providing precise control, manoeuvrability and safety.
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