Earthquake - the result of an explosion of magmatic gases

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Earthquake - the result of an explosion of magmatic gases
« on: March 28, 2021, 12:43:13 PM »
The cause of earthquakes is the explosion of magmatic gases.
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The tidal force stretches and compresses the Earth twice a day, due to which pressure fluctuates in the earth's crust, and as a result, air penetrates into the earth's crust through vertical faults.
At the same time, magmatic gases under high pressure penetrate into the faults, which contain air. http://www.crust.irk.ru/spp2/pages/maps.htm
And as soon as the ratio of magmatic gases and air approaches 1-7, an explosion occurs, and the waves from the earthquake source scatter in different directions.
After the explosion, cracks spread from the source of the earthquake - into which gases rush, as a result of which aftershocks occur.
The duration of earthquakes and the number of underground explosions depends on the amount of combustible mixture in the epicentral area. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earthquake
Ignition of the combustible mixture occurs as a result of the compression of the combustible mixture, contact of the mantle with the combustible mixture, or from an electric discharge. The autoignition temperature of gases is about 500 ° C.

1. A rarefaction occurs in the formed faults, due to which the faults instantly draw in air, and then close.
What has been said can be easily verified by setting an experiment. https://uc.xyz/Wagqk?pub=link
2. In faults, not all of the combustible mixture explodes, but only that part that has reached the required proportion.
3. Volcanic gases rising up collect at the top of vertical faults and then explode.
4. Concentration of gases in faults can be determined using wells.
5. As a result of the influence of pressure and temperature, the walls of the faults become stronger. https://uc.xyz/Xyzt0?pub=link
6. It is possible that adjacent seismic faults are interconnected.
7. Along the faults that stretch from the continents to the seas, gases move, resulting in the formation of seaquakes.
http://www.garshin.ru/evolution/geology/geosphere/geophysics/lineaments.html
8. After seismic events, the faults are filled with mantle, resulting in the formation of one of the types of folded mountains. https://uc.xyz/XReau?pub=link
9. Before the earthquake, some animals leave the zone of active faults.
Perhaps the alarm in animals is caused by the smell of natural gas that comes out of the cracks.
https://uc.xyz/ZdxgO?pub=link
10. It is possible that a combustible mixture is formed as a result of degassing of the earth's mantle.
https://www.ngpedia.ru/id659214p1.html

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.
Also, the intensity of earthquakes depends on the ability of the earth's crust to pass water and air. I believe it is higher in the foothills.
The hypothesis presented can be easily tested if a firecracker is blown up under the ice.

An earthquake can be provoked artificially by drilling a well in fresh faults.

The evolution of the planets is accompanied by the growth of planets, as a result of which cracks form in the earth's crust.
One of the cracks is the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, which is located in the Atlantic Ocean and diverges at a rate of 2.5 cm per year. https://uc.xyz/WRQJo?pub=link
The reason for the divergence of the ridge is earthquakes and volcanoes that occur at the junction and around the ridge, due to which the crack and thickness of the earth's crust increase.
Also, in mountain systems due to seismic events, vertical and horizontal faults are formed, due to which mountain systems expand by 1-5 cm per year. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seafloor_spreading
There are dozens of islands along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, through which air enters the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, and the more islands above the oceanic ridge, the higher the geological activity of the ridge.
The high geological activity of the continental ridges can be explained by the fact that more air penetrates into the continental ridges than into the oceanic ones. https://uc.xyz/Xc1Ki?pub=link
Earthquakes are not a natural disaster, but a natural phenomenon, the role of which is to strengthen the earth's crust.
And mountain systems are patches on the cracks of the planets.

It is believed that over hundreds of millions of years, the Earth's surface has been constantly changing, supercontinents formed and disintegrated.
The supercontinent Rodinia collapsed about 750 million years ago. https://uc.xyz/YNVJ4?pub=link
Then formed and disintegrated into six continents - the supercontinent Pangea. https://uc.xyz/YBUBk?pub=link
Questions arise:
1. For Pangea to form, all currents must move to one point. And for Pangea to disintegrate, all currents must turn around.
a) How the currents reversal mechanism works.
2. The width of the crack of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge is several meters, and the distance between the continents is several thousand kilometers. https://uc.xyz/YCXdW?pub=link
3. The total length of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge is more than 18 thousand km. and is broken by transverse faults up to 600 km long.
https://images.app.goo.gl/cHbdb1i6RSeqDe7z6
https://uc.xyz/Xc1Ki?pub=link
a) what is the total length of the mantle-convection current, under the Mid-Atlantic Ridge.
b) as a mantle-convection flow, it affects transverse faults. https://images.app.goo.gl/cqn26EqbMcoqATp66
c) oceanic and magmatic currents are too weak to move lithospheric plates or affect the axial velocity of the Earth.
d) the rotation of the planets, due to internal forces, contradicts the elementary laws of mechanics.
4.https://images.app.goo.gl/wJhvfGJ88jwUrKT86
The animation shows India crossing the equator and moving north, even though the magma gate cell remains in the southern hemisphere.
5. The assertion that India floats on the mantle at a speed of 4 cm per year, like an icebreaker in the ocean, raises doubts.
6. Into which sea did the Amazon and Congo rivers flow before the collapse of Pangea?
a) What mark did this sea leave?
7. Huge streams - water and air drift across the Earth, with a specific purpose. And for what purpose are the continents drifting?
8. I believe that the evolution of the Earth was accompanied not by the drift of continents, but by a change in the inclination of the Earth's axis, due to which thermophilic plants and animals lived beyond the Arctic Circle.
For this reason, the remains of heat-loving plants and animals are found in Antarctica.

It is possible that riverbeds, bays, seas and oceans were formed due to heavy rainfall and the movement of water, when the Earth and gyres (eddies) rotated much faster and the earth's crust was less dense.
(If the axial velocity of the Earth doubles, then the centrifugal force quadruples. F = m ∙ vē / r).
And everything that rotates, including gyres, has the property of a gyroscope - to maintain the vertical position of the axis in space, regardless of the rotation of the Earth.
If you look at the Earth from the direction of the Sun, the gyres rotating together with the Earth are overturned twice a day, due to which the gyres precess (swing by 1-2 degrees).
Top Precession http://goo.gl/cxlGU3
Video - "Floppy Disk
Video - "rollover gyroscope"
Video "Experience with giroskopom "(drift of gyres)

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. https://uc.xyz/UOJyE?pub=link
If the activity of a volcano depends on the pressure of the mantle, then neighboring volcanoes should also erupt simultaneously.
The gas content above the epicentral area can be determined using a gas trap containing a litmus test.

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 meters high. http://Https://uc.xyz/R6PC8?pub=link
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 possible that an earthquake is a volcano that erupts towards the core of the Earth.
There is a high probability that there is a gas layer (foam) between the earth's crust and magma, due to which the earth's crust does not overheat and the magma does not cool down. https://uc.xyz/ZJuja?pub=link
Perhaps due to the gas layer, the earth's crust rotates faster than magma.

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, on the plains and high in the mountains.
On the plains, there are no earthquakes on the fracture line of the plates. (both on land and sea).

Criticism of the tectonic hypothesis.
1. Why do earthquakes occur both at the junction of tectonic plates and in the center of the plate?
2. The statement that stress accumulates at the junction of tectonic plates is unsupported information.
a) how much is the density of the tectonic plate at the junction, more than in the middle of the plate?
b) does tectonics affect the rate of well drilling?
3. What happens to faults during plate compression.
d) what happens to the faults when the fracture diverges at a rate of 15 cm / year.
4. If tectonic plates accumulate stress for years, then earthquakes should not last for years. https://xakac.info/news/22521
5. If the lithospheric plates were constantly moving one on top of the other, then the globe would tremble and hum, especially in zones of seismic activity.
6. What happens to the islands when the continental crust creeps over the oceanic crust?
7. I believe there are thousands of seismic faults and plates in the earth's crust, and not tens and hundreds of lithospheric and tectonic plates.
http://www.crust.irk.ru/spp2/pages/maps.htm
8. Tectonic plates cannot have the properties of a spring or rubber.
a) this can be easily verified by testing. https://uc.xyz/SEw4y?pub=link
9. Why is the epicenter circular rather than elongated along the fault line?
10. During earthquakes, people and objects that are at the epicenter are strongly thrown up. I believe only an underground explosion is capable of this.
Then, from the epicenter, waves radiate in all four directions, due to which the buildings sway - like ships on waves. https://uc.xyz/VtJTY?pub=link
a) according to the tectonic hypothesis of earthquakes, vibrations from the epicenter should diverge not in four directions, but only in two directions. By forming a horizontal vibration of the earth's crust, which would be extremely destructive.
11. Oscillations from earthquakes are transmitted in the form of seismic waves over a distance of more than 10 thousand km.
a) then why seismic waves do not provoke earthquakes in other regions of the Earth
http://www.evgengusev.narod.ru/spb/zhirnov-2011.html
12. According to the tectonic hypothesis of earthquakes, a seismic wave moves in the crust of the Earth.
And according to the explosive hypothesis, a seismic wave can move in the earth's crust and under the earth's crust.

13. 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://uc.xyz/QWKSU?pub=link
14. The assertion that the lithospheric plates move due to magma gates that rotate at the junction of the lithospheric plates is questionable.
Thanks to currents, eddies and magma-gates, only pits can form in the earth's crust, and not the drift of continents and "lithospheric plates". https://images.app.goo.gl/yS56u6oYvaMtavLi6
Questions arise:
a) It is believed that the average convection rate of magma is 1-5 cm per year.
b) Does friction occur between the lithospheric plate and magma?
c) What does magma rely on to move lithospheric plates?
d) Motion without support, contradicts the two-body problem. Newton's third law.
http://fn.bmstu.ru/data-physics/library/physbook/tom1/ch3/texthtml/ch3_3.htm
http://files.school-collection.edu.ru/dlrstore/da7a62ec-9a4f-d6a7-facf-da4b02cd7fa6/00144678348247437/00144678348247437.htm
e) How many magma-gorges rotate in one cell?
f) Do magma-turns erode the cell walls?
g) If magma-minions were able to wash cells in the earth's crust, why do magma-mines not penetrate the earth's crust?
h) Do the meshes increase when the slabs separate?
i) How many cells are at the junction of lithospheric plates and how they are synchronized.
j) Does the cell move with the lithospheric plate?
k) The above is easy to verify by experiment.
https://images.app.goo.gl/Lf2Xa6tYhE9JF4J99
15. Quote from Wikipedia: Continents do not float on the oceanic crust, but move along the mantle, being passively soldered into lithospheric plates. https://uc.xyz/104XGE?pub=link
a) Continents do not float on the oceanic crust, but move along the mantle, on the oceanic plate.
At the same time, it is believed that continents do not float on lithospheric plates.
b) How to understand the phrase "passively soldered".
16. Also, it is doubtful that lithospheric plates can sink into the planet's mantle and reach the depth of the outer core.
a) 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.
17. 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) how many tectonic plates are there on the Eurasian lithospheric plate? https://uc.xyz/SEw4y?pub=link
c) there is no description of the mechanism of interaction of tectonic plates.
d) do tectonic plates sink in the Earth's mantle, reaching the depth of the outer core.
18. 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) why there is no detailed description of the mechanism of the origin of the earthquake source at great depths. https://uc.xyz/QWJwo?pub=link
d) I believe, according to the tectonic hypothesis of earthquakes, the hypocenter and epicenter should be located at the same depth.
19. There is also no exhaustive 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.
a) as a seismic wave, moving from the source to the epicenter, over a distance of more than 700 km. falls exactly on the fault line. https://uc.xyz/SyD44?pub=link
20. According to the tectonic hypothesis of earthquakes, the diameter of the epicentral area depends on the depth of the source and can exceed 1000 km.
b) what will be the diameter of the epicentral area if the depth of the source is 700 km https://uc.xyz/SyD44?pub=link
c) what will be the diameter of the epicentral region if the earthquake source is located in the center of the Earth?
21. How to explain the fact that all seaquakes occur only at the foot of the islands and continents.
Why, in a clear sea or ocean, seaquakes do not occur.
22. 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
Forms of the Nizhny Novgorod State University named after N.I. Lobachevsky. http://forum.unn.ru/viewtopic.php?f=39&t=10331&sid=cfbc49e0cf32263eff20888ca205ab15
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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 vortex hypothesis about earthquakes.
« Reply #2 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 #3 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 #4 on: April 28, 2021, 06:20:38 AM »

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Re: Magma vortex hypothesis about earthquakes.
« Reply #5 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 #6 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 #7 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 #8 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 #9 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 #10 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.

"This video is unavailable"

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 #11 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 #12 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 #13 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 #14 on: June 11, 2021, 09:43:02 PM »
Right.

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Re: Tidal hypothesis about earthquakes
« Reply #15 on: June 12, 2021, 07:46:53 AM »
Hmm.... I'm going to disagree with you on this.

Explosions, like fireworks eject mass away from the epicenter, which result in less remaining mass and the formation of a "crater".

Implosions however compress mass toward the epicenter, which would be more inline to what you describe as descended and compressed.
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Re: Earthquake - the result of an explosion of magmatic gases
« Reply #16 on: July 06, 2021, 12:46:02 AM »
5. During earthquakes, people and items that are in the epicenter heavily throws up. I guess, only an underground explosion is capable of it.
Then, from the epicenter, the waves are diverged into all four sides, thanks to which the buildings are swing - like ships on the waves. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ship_motions
a) According to the tectonic hypothesis of earthquakes, fluctuations from the epicenter should not be divided into four sides, but only in two sides. Arriving, horizontal oscillation of the earth's crust, which would be extremely detrimental.
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Re: Earthquake - the result of an explosion of magmatic gases
« Reply #17 on: July 18, 2021, 05:47:44 AM »
The strange behavior of some animals before an earthquake is explained by the fact that some animals feel unusual vibrations or react to infrasonic vibrations. https://uc.xyz/WhnSO?pub=link
I believe that the behavior of some animals is influenced by the smell of natural gas that comes out of the cracks, which causes the animals to leave the zone of active faults.
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Re: Earthquake - the result of an explosion of magmatic gases
« Reply #18 on: July 24, 2021, 06:59:55 AM »
German scientists, who have been studying the behavior of ants at different periods of seismic activity for a long time, concluded that they radically changed their life schedule only on the eve of an earthquake, the strength of which is at least 2 points. According to scientists from the University of Duisburg, a stable change in the phases of activity and calmness was found in the behavior of the ants: a few hours before the earthquake, instead of the sleep phase, a burst of activity occurred, and the next phase of activity did not occur during the day. According to experts, this is due to the fact that a toxic gas can be released before an earthquake, which is invisible to humans, but affects the behavior of ants.

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Re: Tidal hypothesis about earthquakes
« Reply #19 on: July 24, 2021, 09:02:38 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

not so.
https://www.sonardyne.com/monitoring-the-restless-earth-plate-tectonic-motion/
https://www.arcgis.com/apps/MapJournal/index.html?appid=df5f94c0050b4075adfbba54fb13eaeb
etc.....

Try doing an internet search before making a fairly dumb statement.

Just ask the people who live around the east end of the Mediterranean, next time a big one hits about the four plates that meet under the Aegean Sea, putting immense pressure on the plate directly below Turkey. 

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Re: Earthquake - the result of an explosion of magmatic gases
« Reply #20 on: August 04, 2021, 02:50:21 AM »
How to explain the fact that all seaquakes occur only at the foot of the islands and continents.
Why, in a clear sea or ocean, seaquakes do not occur. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seafloor_spreading

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Re: Earthquake - the result of an explosion of magmatic gases
« Reply #21 on: August 11, 2021, 11:36:47 PM »
After seismic events, the faults are filled with a mantle, resulting in the formation of one of the types of folded mountains. https://uc.xyz/XReau?pub=link

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Re: Earthquake - the result of an explosion of magmatic gases
« Reply #22 on: August 23, 2021, 10:44:58 PM »
One proposal is that India was part of east Africa crust but got loose and sailed across the (Indian Ocean) full of elephants and tigers and collided with south Asia crust, so that the Himalaya mountains were pushed up and formed. These high mountains affected the wind system so that rain was formed that flowed back into the Indian ocean with the Ganges river that was formed, etc, etc.

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Re: Earthquake - the result of an explosion of magmatic gases
« Reply #23 on: August 29, 2021, 04:56:40 AM »
But can really a bit of the east African continental crust get loose and then sail away by mantle flow and collide with the south Asian continental crust and create the Himalayas further north, after a cruise over the Indian Ocean???
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Re: Earthquake - the result of an explosion of magmatic gases
« Reply #24 on: August 29, 2021, 11:07:57 AM »
Cyclones and gyres do not cross the equator, and India, for some reason, crosses the equator and moves north. https://uc.xyz/Z2VTI?pub=link
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Re: Earthquake - the result of an explosion of magmatic gases
« Reply #25 on: September 06, 2021, 07:04:53 AM »
It is possible that between the earth's crust and magma there is a heat-insulating layer of magmatic gases.
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Yes, one way or other there is heat between the Earth top crust and the Earth core further down, but it seems we don't know how this heat is created.

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Re: Earthquake - the result of an explosion of magmatic gases
« Reply #26 on: September 14, 2021, 12:24:19 PM »
What happens to the islands when the continental crust creeps over the oceanic crust?

Re: Earthquake - the result of an explosion of magmatic gases
« Reply #27 on: September 14, 2021, 08:52:20 PM »
What happens to the islands when the continental crust creeps over the oceanic crust?
You get the Hawaiian island chain.
The the universe has no obligation to makes sense to you.
The earth is a globe.

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Re: Earthquake - the result of an explosion of magmatic gases
« Reply #28 on: Today at 04:25:39 AM »
The assertion that the lithospheric plates move due to magma gates that rotate at the junction of the lithospheric plates is questionable.
Thanks to currents, eddies and magma-gates, only pits can form in the earth's crust, and not the drift of continents and "lithospheric plates". https://images.app.goo.gl/yS56u6oYvaMtavLi6
Questions arise:
a) It is believed that the average convection rate of magma is 1-5 cm per year.
b) Does friction occur between the lithospheric plate and magma?
c) What does magma rely on to move lithospheric plates?
d) Motion without support, contradicts the two-body problem. Newton's third law.
http://fn.bmstu.ru/data-physics/library/physbook/tom1/ch3/texthtml/ch3_3.htm
http://files.school-collection.edu.ru/dlrstore/da7a62ec-9a4f-d6a7-facf-da4b02cd7fa6/00144678348247437/00144678348247437.htm
e) How many magma-gorges rotate in one cell?
f) Do magma-turns erode the cell walls?
g) If magma-minions were able to wash cells in the earth's crust, why do magma-mines not penetrate the earth's crust?
h) Do the meshes increase when the slabs separate?
i) How many cells are at the junction of lithospheric plates and how they are synchronized.
j) Does the cell move with the lithospheric plate?
k) The above is easy to verify by experiment.
https://images.app.goo.gl/Lf2Xa6tYhE9JF4J99
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Re: Earthquake - the result of an explosion of magmatic gases
« Reply #29 on: Today at 04:28:53 AM »
Friction, like all other types of interaction, is subordinate to the third Newton law: if the friction force acts on one of the bodies, then the same module, but the force directed in the opposite side acts on the second body.
http://files.school-collection.edu.ru/dlrstore/da7a62ec-9a4f-d6a7-facf-da4b02cd7fa6/00144678348247437/00144678348247437.htm.
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