Termination Event is the technical term used by paleoclimate scientists to describe the increase in Methane in the air as many previous heating events were starting in deep time.
. . . He just means that more Methane is being released from tropical wetlands and Arctic permafrost, etc. It seems to be accelerating. The tropical wetlands part is very bad and was not a tipping point that I had heard of before now
Yes, Methane is changed into H2O and CO2 in 20 to 89 years (depending on the source), but in the 1st year it is 80 times worse than CO2, by weight or volume. So, a tiny bit that keeps increasing because hotter temps releases more is very bad for the near future.
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