Earthquaes and volcanoes

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Earthquaes and volcanoes

Unread postby kevin » Fri Nov 27, 2015 1:58 pm

Fabulous tpod.
Could I offer a theory direct from the madder ideas section?

These two occurances are opposites in a duality system, and are overload events of TIME.
The result commonly with earthquakes is of fractures, and I would offer the theory that these are the result of ripples locally of time variations where the zones either side of the fractures have reset fractionally in different TIMES.
If all in universe is SWITCHING, instead of moving?????
then local disturbances will result in what appears to the observer as movements, but will in fact be local variant switchings.

It is very difficult to think outside the box of current accepted, but surely in an electric based universe all will switch and displace rather than so call move?
The overall switching and resultant displacement of this planet is relative to this planet, all other bodies will switch at their own unique rates, thus all consequences will be local to each, similer but different.
The volcanoe is a local discharge of switching potential that has met local resistance , thus causing so called heat.
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Re: Earthquaes and volcanoes

Unread postby Tusk » Sun Feb 07, 2016 12:00 am

Japan's Sakurajima volcano erupts with fantastic displays of electrical discharge.


I never realised there is so much electrical activity during eruptions. Watch in the video link below

More info about the eruption can can be found here
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Re: Earthquaes and volcanoes

Unread postby nick c » Sun Feb 07, 2016 8:38 am

Just a note to those who post a link to a TPOD, if you link to the current day's TPOD, the link will be good for only that day. After that, the next day's TPOD will then have the same IP address and the day after that and so on... The result is that your link will take the reader to the current TPOD, not the one that you intended to reference.
After its' debut day the TPOD will then be archived and given a permanent link.

So, Kevin's link in the original post of this thread is to the most recent TPOD whatever that topic may be for that day.
Here is the archived link to the TPOD which Kevin intended as the topic for this thread: ... volcanoes/
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Re: Earthquaes and volcanoes

Unread postby Eutrophicated1 » Fri Feb 12, 2016 11:43 pm

It is interesting to view the first part of the video several times, noting that individual lightning bolts appear above the lava itself, in what must be the superheated plasma where it comes into contact with the ambient air.

The ground-based source of the lightning shown on the still frame in the message seems anomalous in the context of dual layered plasmas. I'm not sure this image came from this video. None of the lightning I saw in the video contacted either the ground or the magma, but rather seemed to flow at interfaces between various parts of the volcanic cloud and or ambient air.
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