Something funky could be lurking in North Dakota’s water supply. Sure, there are unknowns in everyone’s water, but what could make the water flammable?
If the video, uploaded to Youtube by Jacob haughney is to be believed, the burning question is…what are we drinking?
Perhaps this commenter provides an explanation:
It’s completely natural, and is very common here in rural ND where many people have a private well for their water source. Many aquifers out here are what we call “gassy wells.” There’s areas underground where natural gasses like methane are trapped in the ground with the water and bubble up the plumbing when you turn a faucet on. – Youtube commenter shorefisherman
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