More Giant Craters Spotted in Russia's Far North, Mystery ContinuesThe mystery deepens in the far north of Russia as Russian scientists have now discovered seven more giant craters in remote Siberia, a geologist told AFP on Thursday, adding that the mysterious phenomenon was believed to be linked to climate change.  The discovery of an enormous chasm in a far northern region known to locals as “the end of the world” in July last year prompted speculation it had been caused by a meteorite or even aliens. A YouTube video of the hole went viral and a group of scientists was despatched to investigate. “We have just learnt that in Yakutia, new information has emerged about a giant crater one kilometre (0.6 miles) in diameter,” the deputy director of the Oil and Gas Research Institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Vasily Bogoyavlensky, told AFP. This latest reports comes on the heels of a story we reported a couple weeks ago where scientists admitted that they were even afraid to investigate the cause of the mysterious craters opening in the Earth. So is this a result of “Climate Change” or is something else happening? FULL REPORT