Tidal hypothesis about earthquakes

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Tidal hypothesis about earthquakes
« on: March 28, 2021, 12:43:13 PM »
Tidal earthquake hypothesis.
Community of Russian Scientists. https://vk.com/rosuch

There is a strict pattern, earthquakes most often occur in the foothills.
There are practically no earthquakes on the plains and high in the mountains.
Possibly, in the foothills under the earth's crust there are holes in which gases accumulate and then explode. https://images.app.goo.gl/YVicppPxndPd12E87

The tidal force stretches and compresses the Earth twice a day, due to which the pressure under the earth's crust decreases and increases. As a result, air penetrates under the earth's crust.
And as soon as the ratio of volcanic gases and air approaches 1-10, an explosion occurs, and the waves from the earthquake source scatter in different directions.
After the explosion, an emptiness and cracks are formed in the earthquake focus, in which the mantle rushes, as a result, a repeated push occurs.
The hypothesis presented can be easily tested if a firecracker is blown up under the ice.

During earthquakes, the epicentral area sinks and becomes denser, due to which the air flow through the micro-crevices decreases and the earthquake focus subsides.
The intensity of earthquakes can be expressed by the following formula: A = m / h.
Where, m is the mass of the combustible mixture.
h is the depth of the combustible mixture.
The video shows how, during an earthquake, the earth's crust floats on a manty.

Perhaps the mantle and the earth's crust produce a combustible mixture. And as soon as the combustible mixture reaches the desired proportion and temperature, spontaneous ignition-explosion occurs.
It is possible that the combustible mixture is not exploded by all, but only the part that reached the right proportion.
The autoignition temperature of gases is about 500 C.
Today, science knows many types of explosion, perhaps there are many more in the solar system.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earthquake

The problem with studying earthquakes is that earthquakes are not cyclical like ebbs and flows.
At the same time, earthquakes, volcanoes and geysers have a pattern, they most often occur in the foothills, but on the plains they are practically absent.
On the plains, there are no earthquakes on the fracture line of the plates. (both on land and sea). https://images.app.goo.gl/NC9u68Tyw7Gm4M5cA

Due to the rotation of the Earth, centrifugal force acts on the earth's crust, but due to the orbital rotation of the Earth, the centrifugal force oscillates, for this reason tension and movement of the earth's crust occurs. These forces during the formation of planets can create mountain systems, but not volcanoes and earthquakes.

Magma vortex hypothesis about earthquakes.
The reason for the axial rotation of the Earth is cyclones and anticyclones, which move in the direction of the general transport of air from west to east. https://meteoinfo.ru/ugryumov/2926-ugryumov-perenos
Rotating, the earth's crust carries away the mantle, due to which dozens of magma vortices are formed, which move along the equator following the earth's crust. Magma vortices, rotating in the lower mantle, move relative to the earth's crust with variable speed, sometimes stopping, similar to cyclones and anticyclones.
Blocking anticyclones. http://meteoweb.ru/2018/phen20180730.php
Magma vortices are one of the mechanisms of the Earth's thermoregulation. A cyclonic magma vortex is a magma vortex that throws the mantle upward from the center of the earth. An anticyclonic magma vortex, on the contrary, pulls in the mantle from the upper layers of the mantle and sends it to the center of the Earth. Vortex magma, creating pressure and vacuum between the earth's crust and mantle, is one of the causes of vertical stress in the earth's crust. A similar natural phenomenon is observed in the seas and oceans, when a whirlpool rotates under the ice. When a number of factors coincide, the magma vortex can transform into a tornado. A water tornado in a matter of minutes draws in thousands of tons of water, and a vortex tornado magma, I believe, is more massive and powerful. https://uc.xyz/QWNIS?pub=link
Atmospheric vortices last for several days and then gradually decay. https://images.app.goo.gl/3sRSRbVsEbWtMoVY6

Rotating, the magma vortex under the volcanic mountain creates rarefaction. Due to this, a cork opens in the volcano's crater and the air penetrates under the volcanic mountain.
And as soon as the ratio of volcanic gases and air reaches the desired proportion, an explosion occurs, and the waves from the volcanic mountain scatter in different directions.
After the explosion in the center of the volcano, a vacuum is again formed, into which the air rushes, as a result, a repeated explosion occurs.

Harbingers of events:
1. Underground rumble, tremors of the earth.
a) At the epicenter, the groundwater level may decrease, and rise along the perimeter of the epicenter.
2. Temperature, composition of water and air change.
3. Above the epicentral area of ​​future events, there may be changes in geophysical fields (magnetic, electric, gravitational, etc.).
4. Foreshocks - subsidence of the earth's crust before the main event, due to the rarefaction between the earth's crust and the mantle.
5. Aftershocks - subsidence of the earth's crust after the main event.
6. After the explosion, cracks are formed in the earth's crust, into which gases and mantle rush.
7. Aftershocks also appear after underground atomic explosions.
8. One of the causes of aftershocks can be the effect of falling plaster from the ceiling. This is when a piece of cooled mantle peels off from the inner side of the earth's crust and falls onto the core, due to which a void is formed between the earth's crust and the falling piece of crust, into which the mantle then rushes.
Stalactites https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tornado_Alley

If the volcanic mountain is in the ocean, then before the volcanic eruption, small bubbles may appear on the surface of the water around the volcanic mountain.
The gas content above the epicentral area can be determined using a gas trap containing a litmus test.

The volcano is a pressure relief valve.
The statement that a volcanic eruption is the result of an increase in mantle pressure does not stand up to criticism, because the greater the pressure of the mantle, the more tightly the vent closes. The mouth of the volcano is a cone several kilometers long. For the vent to open, the plug of the volcano must move down and not up. And for this, a vacuum must be created under the volcanic plug, or an explosion must occur over the plug.

Before the eruption of Geyser, Magmaad ceases to move, due to which the discharge increases between the magmatum and the crust of the Earth. For this reason, water falls on a hot mantle, and as a result, a geyser eruption occurs.
The intensity of the heizer eruption depends on the ability of the earth's crust to pass water and air. I believe it is higher in the foothills.
It is possible that with the coincidence of a number of factors, geysers may cause an explosion and earthquakes.
Perhaps earthquakes, volcanoes, geysers, etc. - is the reaction of planets to enter the liquid on the mantle.
https://m.polit.ru/news/2013/04/10/ps_io_vulcanos/

The manifestations of volcanic earthquakes are almost indistinguishable from tectonic earthquakes. 90% of volcanoes are located in seismically active zones.
In Japan, an explosion of volcanic gases shattered a mountain 670 m high. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Krakatoa
In Indonesia, an explosion of a combustible mixture destroyed half of the volcano and caused earthquakes in several cities, and there are quite a few such facts.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Geyser_animation.gif
It is estimated that millions of earthquakes are recorded on our planet every year.

As we can see, the weather above the Earth's crust depends on the speed and direction of rotation of cyclones and anticyclones, and the weather under the Earth's crust depends on the speed and direction of rotation of magma-rots.
All physical processes that occur in the atmosphere occur in the ocean and in the Earth's mantle.
"The laws of nature are universal!" (Lao Tzu)
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Re: Magma - the gateway hypothesis of earthquakes
« Reply #1 on: March 29, 2021, 11:54:14 AM »
An Icelandic friend of mine told me a few weeks ago that the 20 km thick crust of the Earth just cracked in his garden and hot magma flowed up from below causing problems that will last 1000's of years.

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Re: Magma - the gateway hypothesis of earthquakes
« Reply #2 on: April 13, 2021, 01:26:20 AM »
Criticism of the tectonic hypothesis.
1. Why do earthquakes occur both at the junction of tectonic plates and in the center of the plate?
a) How a seismic wave, moving from the source to the epicenter, at a distance of more than 700 km, falls exactly into the fault line. https://wikichi.ru/wiki/2013_Okhotsk_Sea_earthquake
2. The statement that stress accumulates at the junction of tectonic plates raises doubts.
a) How much is the density of the tectonic plate at the junction greater than in the middle of the plate?
b) Does tectonics affect the rate of well drilling?
3. Tectonic plates cannot have the properties of a spring or rubber.
a) This can be easily verified by testing. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plate_tectonics
4. Why is the epicenter circular rather than elongated along the fault line?
5. Vibrations from earthquakes are transmitted in the form of seismic waves over a distance of more than 10 thousand km.
a) Then why do seismic waves not provoke earthquakes in other regions of the Earth?
http://www.evgengusev.narod.ru/spb/zhirnov-2011.html
6. As a rule, volcanoes and strong earthquakes occur mainly in the foothills.
a) Why are there practically none of them high in the mountains and far from the mountains?
b) Why on the plains, the fault lines are inactive. Both on land and at sea?
https://images.app.goo.gl/YVicppPxndPd12E87
d) The intensity of earthquakes depends on the ability of the earth's crust to pass water and air. It is possible that at the foot of the mountains, it is higher.
7. According to the tectonic hypothesis of earthquakes, a seismic wave moves in the Earth's crust. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seismic_wave
And according to the tidal hypothesis, a seismic tsunami wave moves under the Earth's crust.
8. After major earthquakes, a seismic wave goes around half of the globe. I believe that only a seismic tsunami wave, which moves under the Earth's crust, is capable of this. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravity_wave
9. No matter where the explosion occurred, on ice, in ice, or under ice, the seismic wave will travel through the water.
Regardless of where the earthquake is located, on the crust, in the crust, or under the Earth's crust, the seismic wave will move along the mantle.
10. The assertion that the lithospheric plates move due to temperature differences in the bowels of the Earth is questionable.
a) Moreover, the earth's crust itself moves the mantle, thereby forming magma-rots.
b) It also raises doubts that lithospheric plates can sink into the planet's mantle and reach the depth of the outer core.
c) If the lower lithospheric plates easily sink into the Earth's mantle, then during the creeping of the plates, the lower plate should easily sink down.
11. There is no information about the number, speed, direction of movement and size of tectonic plates.
a) If there are 13 lithospheric plates on the Earth, then there should be about 100 tectonic plates. https://uc.xyz/TuYWM?pub=link
b) There is no description of the mechanism of interaction of tectonic plates. https://images.app.goo.gl/CgMB2Lj8Q7PWJGAr9
c) Do tectonic plates sink in the Earth's mantle, reaching the depth of the outer core.
12. How do lithospheric plates float around the Earth's core at a depth of 700 km?
a) Similar to planets - in elliptical orbits?
b) Chaotic - like icebergs in the ocean?
c) Within the framework of the laws of mechanics, the plates should revolve around the core of the Earth in the same way as the planets of the solar system.
d) If the plate approaches the center of the Earth by 700 km, then the angular velocity of the plate will greatly increase.
13. It is believed that the sources of earthquakes are located at depths of more than 700 km.
a) As at a depth of 700 km. is there a collision of two tectonic plates?
b) What forces move and press two plates at a depth of 700 km?
c) How do two plates find each other at such depths?
d) Why is there no detailed description of the mechanism of the origin of an earthquake source at great depths. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earthquake
e) It is possible that there are hills of the plain and pits under the earth's crust. If the explosion occurs in a deep pit, then vertical vibrations will prevail, and if in a shallow pit, horizontal vibrations will prevail.
f) The depth of the earthquake focus depends on the depth of the pit and the thickness of the earth's crust.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/1966_Tashkent_earthquake
g) It is possible that volcanic gases rise into deep caves and cracks, and then, mixing with the air, explode. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cave
14 There is also no comprehensive explanation of the mechanism of movement of seismic waves from the source of the earthquake to the Earth's surface, at a distance of more than 700 km. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seismic_wave
a) It is possible that seismic waves that formed in the Earth's mantle at a depth of more than 700 km do not reach the earth's crust. https://wikichi.ru/wiki/Deep-focus_earthquake#Focal_mechanisms
b) It is possible that the tremors that occur at the bottom of the sea depths do not reach the surface of the seas.
15. According to the magma vortex hypothesis of earthquakes, the diameter of the epicentral area depends on the diameter of the magma gate and reaches 100 km.
a) According to the tectonic hypothesis, the diameter of the epicentral area depends on the depth of the source and should exceed 1000 km.
b) What will be the diameter of the epicentral area if the depth of the source is 700 km https://wikichi.ru/wiki/2013_Okhotsk_Sea_earthquake
c) What will be the diameter of the epicentral region if the earthquake source is located in the center of the Earth?
16. The tectonic hypothesis of earthquakes can be easily tested if two clay slabs are moved towards each other in a basin of water.
Continuation: Forum of Akademgorodok Novosibirsk. The science. https://forum.academ.club/index.php?showtopic=1235578
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Re: Magma vortex hypothesis about earthquakes.
« Reply #3 on: April 15, 2021, 12:31:10 PM »
On the border of mountains and plains, vertical stress of the earth's crust occurs, due to which earthquakes occur. The catalyst for earthquakes is the precession of magma vortices.
When the crust of the Earth falls on magma, the magma in the form of waves diverges from the epicenter, and then returns to the epicenter. Energy from the epicenter is carried not by the crust of the Earth, but by magma. This can be verified by lightly hitting a ball of water.
https://ru.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%A0%D0%B0%D0%B7%D0%BB%D0%BE%D0%BC
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Re: Magma vortex hypothesis about earthquakes.
« Reply #4 on: April 16, 2021, 08:16:25 AM »
My Icelandic friend just reported that he is stuck as police have cut all roads to his
place - https://grapevine.is/news/2021/04/15/eruption-site-closed-to-the-public-today-due-to-bad-weather/ - so he couldn't go to the doctor and be vaxxed against Covid. He doesn't want to be rescued from volcanos. And he doesn't believe in Covid vaxx anyway.
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Re: Magma vortex hypothesis about earthquakes.
« Reply #5 on: April 22, 2021, 12:58:10 PM »
The hypothesis presented can be easily tested if a firecracker is blown up under the ice.

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Re: Magma vortex hypothesis about earthquakes.
« Reply #6 on: April 24, 2021, 04:43:42 AM »
Foreshocks - subsidence of the earth's crust due to rarefaction between the earth's crust and magma.
Aftershocks - subsidence of the earth's crust after the main earthquake. Aftershocks also appear after underground atomic explosions.

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Re: Magma vortex hypothesis about earthquakes.
« Reply #7 on: April 24, 2021, 04:59:45 AM »

I wonder where the crack is.

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Re: Magma vortex hypothesis about earthquakes.
« Reply #8 on: April 27, 2021, 07:31:11 AM »
When a number of factors coincide, magma vortices transform into a tornado, and sucks gases and air from the earth's crust.
And as soon as the ratio of gas and air reaches the desired proportion, an explosion occurs, due to which the waves from the earthquake source scatter in different directions.
After the explosion, a void appears in the earthquake source into which magma rushes quickly, for this reason, a second shock occurs.
Ignition of a combustible mixture occurs as a result of:
1) contact of magma with a combustible mixture.
2) electric discharge.
3) from self-ignition of the compressed mixture.
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Re: Magma vortex hypothesis about earthquakes.
« Reply #9 on: April 28, 2021, 06:20:38 AM »

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Re: Magma vortex hypothesis about earthquakes.
« Reply #10 on: April 28, 2021, 08:06:32 AM »
https://www.itv.com/news/2021-04-27/iceland-volcano-eruption-provides-stunning-backdrop-for-selfies-music-videos-and-even-a-wedding provides some more about the  magma vortex hypothesis about earthquakes. Enjoy!


WTF?

A link from Heiwa that doesn't go back to his website.

I though you guys said nothing changed while I was gone.
Rabinoz RIP

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Re: Magma vortex hypothesis about earthquakes.
« Reply #11 on: April 28, 2021, 09:29:26 AM »
https://www.itv.com/news/2021-04-27/iceland-volcano-eruption-provides-stunning-backdrop-for-selfies-music-videos-and-even-a-wedding provides some more about the  magma vortex hypothesis about earthquakes. Enjoy!


WTF?

A link from Heiwa that doesn't go back to his website.

I though you guys said nothing changed while I was gone.

In this case the garden of a friend of mine cracked 2 kms deep and lava flowed out. If Earth had been flat, Earth would have split in two!

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Re: Magma vortex hypothesis about earthquakes.
« Reply #12 on: April 30, 2021, 09:28:03 AM »
Anyway, the potato garden of my friend cracked open at Iceland a month ago and the crack was very deep. So this years potatoes are forgotten. Yes, there were plenty earthquakes before the crack, but it happens all the time.

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Re: Magma vortex hypothesis about earthquakes.
« Reply #13 on: May 01, 2021, 06:29:01 AM »
Before the eruption of the geyser, the magma vortex stops moving, due to which the vacuum between the magma vortex and the Earth's crust increases. Then, the water descends on hot magma and as a result, a geyser erupts.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Geyser_animation.gif

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Re: Magma vortex hypothesis about earthquakes.
« Reply #14 on: May 01, 2021, 08:13:15 AM »
Before the eruption of the geyser, the magma vortex stops moving, due to which the vacuum between the magma vortex and the Earth's crust increases. Then, the water descends on hot magma and as a result, a geyser erupts.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Geyser_animation.gif
My Icelandic friend's garden has no spring that can eject or erupt water geyser style. No, the garden just cracked apart several kilometers deep and suddenly lava started to pour up spoiling the potatoes. And there were plenty earthquakes.

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Re: Magma vortex hypothesis about earthquakes.
« Reply #15 on: May 02, 2021, 10:44:13 AM »
The hypothesis presented can be easily tested if a firecracker is blown up under the ice.



After the earthquake, the epicenter is descended and compacted, so that air flow across the cracks decreases, and the gypocenter of the earthquake falls asleep.
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Re: Magma vortex hypothesis about earthquakes.
« Reply #16 on: May 02, 2021, 03:11:24 PM »
The presented hypothesis can be easily checked if it is under the ice to blow the pen.

After the earthquake, the earth's crust is compacted and the air flow through microscopes is stopped.

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Interesting debate tactic, I'll counter with a broken link.

https://sdfsd.poiuzxcvsgfbiuydshgiouyserg.sxxxdfgrtuyiuobgedddsdfg.com/dsfgdfgh/dfghdfghgfh.html

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Re: Tidal hypothesis about earthquakes
« Reply #17 on: June 01, 2021, 06:02:41 AM »
There is no information about the number, speed and direction of movement of tectonic plates. There is no description of the mechanism of interaction of tectonic plates. https://images.app.goo.gl/YVicppPxndPd12E87

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Re: Tidal hypothesis about earthquakes
« Reply #18 on: June 03, 2021, 02:19:49 AM »
Perhaps earthquakes, volcanoes, geysers, etc. - is the reaction of planets to enter the liquid on the mantle.

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Re: Magma vortex hypothesis about earthquakes.
« Reply #19 on: June 03, 2021, 06:05:45 AM »
The hypothesis presented can be easily tested if a firecracker is blown up under the ice.



After the earthquake, the epicenter is descended and compacted, so that air flow across the cracks decreases, and the gypocenter of the earthquake falls asleep.

So earthquakes are explosions?
Rabinoz RIP

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Re: Tidal hypothesis about earthquakes
« Reply #20 on: June 11, 2021, 09:43:02 PM »
Right.