Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Craters under you .


Andre Willers
24 Feb 2015
Synopsis :
Magma plume shifts corresponding the rapid shift of magnetic poles are blowing holes in the planet from the inside .Better hope that a Hapgood  poleshift is fiction . What can be done . Else human extinction .Last Chance Saloon .

1.The Earth’s core has an inner core of stable transuranics .
“researchers have found that the Earth's inner core has an inner core of its own,
2. Some are highly magnetic , some are not .
This causes friction in the core currents because of the solar magnetic flux .
Internal heat from decay of transuranics (stable , but with limited halflife)
Currents ensue , generating Earth’s magnetic field .
These currents move in a chaotic fashion . When they do , there are strong feedback elements as friction heat destabilizes some transuranics at the leading edge of friction , resulting in ever accelerating movement of the magnetic poles . Also orthogonal splitting of poles .
3.Magnetic pole movement .
Accellerating north magnetic pole movement in a spinward direction .(East)

New evidence for extraordinarily rapid change of the geomagnetic field during a reversal
*Earth Sciences Department, University of California, Santa Cruz, California 95064, USA
Laboratoire de Géophysique et Tectonique, Université de Montpellier 2, URA CNRS 1760, 34095 Montpellier Cédex 05, France
Palaeomagnetic results from lava flows recording a geomagnetic polarity reversal at Steens Mountain, Oregon suggest the occurrence of brief episodes of astonishingly rapid field change of six degrees per day. The evidence is large, systematic variations in the direction of remanent magnetization as a function of the temperature of thermal demagnetization and of vertical position within a single flow, which are most simply explained by the hypothesis that the field was changing direction as the flow cooled.
4. Why craters ?
There are two types of craters :
4.1 Heat plumes .
Gas explosions
Especially in areas with deep permafrost .

4.2 Transuranic ejecta
This is the exit crater of the Tunguska bolide .

5.Yellowstone and all that .
All those old volcanoes will trigger .

6.Poleshift .
Can this really happen ?
The energy requirements are rather large .
We have to look at core energy release .
If heat is enough to expand core , this will propagate through the layers slightly expanding the surface . This will cause an anti-spinward relative motion to the oceans and continental plates .
Continental drift will be seen as faster .
The movement of Earth's major continental tectonic plates is speeding up, suggests a new study.
The study, presented at the Goldschmidt Geochemistry Conference in Sacramento California, challenges the idea that the rate of plate movement remains stable.
"This is quite mind boggling," says Professor Kent Condie of the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, who led the study.
"It's different from what most people thought because Earth is cooling and everybody assumed plate movements would slow down."

Ocean sloshes (tides , storms) on spinward (east) coasts will be larger and growing larger .
The so-called poleshift is but a minor correction , but enough to wipe out civilization .
This is overdone . The shift is bit a few hundred meters . But enough for hundred meter high tsunami’s .

7.What can be done ?
A spot of geoengineering is called for .
Basically , inject a small , but critical amount of transuranics into the Earth’s inner core .
Enough to slow down the magnetic pole shift  and , preferably , the energy release .
(a dampener : any number will do . Most surviving Transuranics will  be dampeners compounds )

8. These will only be found in the Asteroid Belt  in time to do any good .
Humans still can do it .
For Orion pulse nuclear propulsion
For small fusion plants .

But I doubt it .

They would rather be consistent than right .
Then extinct .
9. Last Chance Saloon
The Oligarch addressing his minions .

10. When ?
Nobody cares .
A species that is not interested in it’s own survival deserves extinction .

Carpe that diem .

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