reply to post by Conspiracyskeptic
Ice caps are melting fast! Trillions upon trillions of tonnes of weight is shifting. The plates are bound to move. You will see earthquakes more
frequent and bigger. You will also see vulcanoes going off, climate change with more superweather.. Etc etc
This has no basis in science, think about it. We have only heard about much melting of ice in the Arctic, and what is Arctic ice on top of? Water.
There has been some melting on Greenland but not enough to affect tectonic plates, and there has been little melting in the Antarctic where the
largest ice cap in the world is.
The have been many more large earthquakes over the past decade or so starting with the Indonesian one in 2004, but the are not due to melting ice.
Does the rise in earthquakes have anything to do with the rise in other phenomenon like the rise in fireballs, sinkholes, strange trumpet
YES! They are all connected...to increasing methane gas levels. I've proposed my theory a few times.
Fireballs...methane rising to mesosphere is allowing fireballs to penetrate deeper into the atmosphere and a little closer to the tops of our
Sinkholes...Well, what you were just discussing, the plates and their movement has land subsidence events taking place all over, including landslides
and land cracks. This is also the cause of earthquakes and volcanoes. It's not just land ice on Greenland that's melting. There is a great deal of
permafrost thawing out in Siberia as well. All of this is adding a lot of extra weight on the thin continental shelf. It's also decreasing a lot of
pressure underneath the land ice and permafrost causing tectonic plates on a world wide scale to shift and tear, thus, sinkholes. It all comes back to
methane gas, the blanket in our atmosphere trapping the sun's heat 25 times more effectively than carbon dioxide warming the oceans and the air,
which is causing a concerning amount of land ice and permafrost to melt.
Strange sky noise and loud booms...goes back to the causation of sinkholes, crustal movement. As gas seeps up to the surface through the ancient rocks
below, it erupts with an explosion (loud booms). And for the sky noise (trumpets and metallic sounds) it may have to do with acoustic gravity waves
From Professor Elchin Khalilov
We have analyzed records of these sounds and found that most of their spectrum lies within the infrasound range, i.e. is not audible to humans. What
people hear is only a small fraction of the actual power of these sounds. They are low-frequency acoustic emissions in the range between 20 and 100 Hz
modulated by ultra-low infrasonic waves from 0.1 to 15 Hz. In geophysics, they are called acoustic-gravity waves; they are formed in the upper
atmosphere, at the atmosphere-ionosphere boundary in particular. There can be quite a lot of causes why those waves are generated: earthquakes,
volcanic eruptions, hurricanes, storms, tsunamis, etc. However, the scale of the observed humming sound in terms of both the area covered and its
power far exceeds those that can be generated by the above-mentioned phenomena.
He believes it must be the sun because only it would have enough energy to generate the volume of the sound as the solar winds interact with the
atmosphere-ionosphere boundary, except he stated in 2011 that we were headed for a solar maximum and we'd see an increase in the noise, but we all
know now that the solar maximum was a real dud and the sounds increased throughout 2012. Also, we go through a solar maximum every 11 years so why
didn't we hear of these sky noise claims (at this frequency) during previous solar maximums?
The professor also stated that, "The intensification of the gravity waves can be explained by higher solar activity and activation of geodynamical
processes. This is indicative of the increased risk of strong earthquakes and volcanic eruptions all over the globe in the near future.”
He was spot on as he made this prediction in 2011. Volcanoes are definitely increasing, although some will disagree. But, I don't believe it's the
sun providing the energy. I believe that the sky noises aren't any stronger in power, thus the source would require less energy (earthquakes, crustal
movement and rifting, fracturing, fissures) would be enough. As these gases under ground seep to the surface, they are erupting in plumes into the
atmosphere and the more that releases, the thicker the blanket of methane becomes. First, the sounds may have a lot to do with the acoustic gravity
wave source as described by Professor Elchin Khalilov that is heard prior to an earthquake. Well, maybe these sounds are echoing throughout the
atmosphere after releasing from more than just earthquakes, but general tectonic plate movement and earth crust subsidence, which we know is happening
very often right now with sinkholes, volcanoes, earthquakes, land slips and cracks.
As the sources for the sounds increased with all the earth crust movement, the methane gas in the atmosphere also increased. Maybe the increasing
levels of the gas in the atmosphere, the blanket, is acting like an amplifier of sorts, allowing the sounds to increase in volume and area which
allows us humans to hear them more often.
I also believe that there are other phenomenon resulting from increasing methane such as disease outbreaks, mass animal die-offs, unexplained fires
and explosions and of course, the extreme weather events.