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Evidence of extreme disturbance in Earth’s core

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SMR

posted on Feb, 26 2005 @ 08:57 PM
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Evidence of extreme disturbance in Earth’s core – can earth explode?
Staff Reporter
Feb. 24, 2005

Geologists in India and the rest of the world are receiving signals of a very disturbed mantel and core of the earth. According to some computer models, the outer core and the mantel is getting extremely heated. This can cause extreme tension on the earth’s crust and the tectonic plates.

The net result can be increased earthquakes and volcanoes. The reports coming from every continent says that the volcanoes, geysers and mud volcanoes all are ready to explode.More...

Is this anything new?We know of all the earths damage it has gone through as of late.
The report just seems like late news to those who dont pay attention to the days events.




posted on Feb, 26 2005 @ 09:04 PM
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Originally posted by GazrokNow, at first glance, this site (http:www.indiadaily.com) may look like a perfectly legit news site. It has all of what you'd expect to find, financials, weather, etc. etc. However, it's stories regarding UFOs are tabloid tripe, akin to The Weekly World News. All one need do is simply read any of these stories. Take the recent one about the Nepal "crash" for example. The ONLY witnesses cited are "according to sources" or "UFO scientists", etc. No names, nobody to follow up with, etc. Hell, even the WWN usually states names.

Anyhow, just wanted to post this little alarm for those who don't already know about this site, as it extremely misleading upon first visiting, without knowing it's UFO-related story history. It's pretty much a continuing "storyline" and not journalism...


www.abovetopsecret.com...

Sorry buddy. India daily is known to be an Indian version of Rense.com

Surf


SMR

posted on Feb, 26 2005 @ 09:07 PM
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The new thing is to make crack-pot news huh?
There has to be some truth to this story though,,,,no



posted on Feb, 26 2005 @ 09:14 PM
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Originally posted by SMR

The new thing is to make crack-pot news huh?
There has to be some truth to this story though,,,,no


Apparently so, India daily has a known history of making stories as vivid as Americans land on moon in 1896 and Aliens making friends of Mexican children.

Surf



posted on Feb, 26 2005 @ 09:17 PM
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There is something to the story.

Rense is an exagerator, but he does source real stories for most of his articles. India Daily too, they get the ideas for their stories from real news, and then go off on tangents and wild suppositions.

All the planets in the solar system are getting hotter. There has been some increased, anomalous activity, and there are reports that the inside of the earth is acting differently than usual. I don't know why, and I don't think anybody else does either. Will the earth explode? Probably not, but hey, one never knows.

The unprecedented activity in the SE Asia region is getting a lot of people worried, because we've simply never seen anything like it. There are reports of new plates forming, old plates crumbling, or blowing apart, an ocean of lava, supervolcanoes, chicken littles are the majority for once! The fact remains we don't know what's going on.

We've got a lot of data coming in various forms, but there is no conclusion easily drawn. We should definitely be talking about it though, and that's why ATS is so valuable.



posted on Feb, 26 2005 @ 09:22 PM
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That rate of daily earthquakes above 5.0 is alarming. I look everyday. Those poor people in India and the surrounding area are being hit with quakes over 5.0 every single day, sometimes several times and day and yet the media doesn't mention it???

take a look:

earthquake.usgs.gov...



posted on Feb, 26 2005 @ 09:32 PM
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FROM THE ARTICLE




According to some contemporary geosciences theories, the Earth's iron core formed with a large share of radioactive uranium, which combined with sulfur to make an ultra-dense compound. The uranium settled to the center of the core, where it eventually formed a mass big enough to sustain a supercritical nuclear reactor. Not just that, but it functions as a breeder reactor, creating more nuclear fuel than it burns. This provides the energy needed to generate the geomagnetic field. That is in essence is the theory geomagnetism and gravity.


Since when has our core been considered a nucular reactor?



posted on Feb, 26 2005 @ 09:42 PM
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Originally posted by sardion2000
FROM THE ARTICLE




According to some contemporary geosciences theories, the Earth's iron core formed with a large share of radioactive uranium, which combined with sulfur to make an ultra-dense compound. The uranium settled to the center of the core, where it eventually formed a mass big enough to sustain a supercritical nuclear reactor. Not just that, but it functions as a breeder reactor, creating more nuclear fuel than it burns. This provides the energy needed to generate the geomagnetic field. That is in essence is the theory geomagnetism and gravity.


Since when has our core been considered a nucular reactor?


www.washingtonpost.com...



posted on Feb, 26 2005 @ 10:52 PM
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Sardion
Way to keep up with the 21st Century buddy! And you type like the president speaks.


ANOK
Thanks for the link, good and simple explanation. I thought it was pretty much accepted though. I know some used to think it was Iron, but there was never any proof. The nuclear reactor theory at least has several things going for it, not the least of which is everybody's favorite force, gravity. But then again, some used to think the earth was flat and had no core..so...

(And some on this site seem to think it's hollow.
Or filled with Nazis!
Or filled with Nazis and UFOs!
So I guess we just can't say for sure one way or another who's crazy and who's not. It could be we're all dreaming anyway, and this is a collective punishment for a collective failure to reach enlightenment.)

A word of caution to everyone about the recent earth changes; there's nothing but data right now, no conclusions worth mentioning. There's a problem, but no solid indication of the source, or any possible remedies. I just posted a thread about a heat wave in Thailand that may be related, I also asked a bunch of questions, the answers to those questions (if found) might be useful to this discussion, so I thought I'd provide a link.

www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on Feb, 27 2005 @ 12:10 AM
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Way to keep up with the 21st Century buddy! And you type like the president speaks


Thanks for making me sound like a moron... Elitest much
.....



posted on Feb, 27 2005 @ 12:23 AM
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Originally posted by sardion2000
Thanks for making me sound like a moron...


I'm afraid I can't take credit for that.


I wasn't the one laughing off someone else's theory out of ignorance. And you DID type 'nucular' which is how the president says it. I don't see how I'm being elitist by pointing out your mistakes with the same mirth you used when you thought someone else made a mistake.



posted on Feb, 27 2005 @ 12:51 AM
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Mount St. Helens has recently woken up and has been growing a new lava dome since late September of 2004. . Since 1980 the old lava dome has reached a height of 876 feet with a diameter of 3500 feet. The new dome has reached a height of 1400 feet, with a width of 1350 feet and a length of 1550 feet. The lava continues to enter the crater at a rate of about a dumptruck load every couple of seconds. Something down in the mantle has been disturbed to produce this recent push up the shaft.



posted on Feb, 27 2005 @ 02:20 AM
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What ever is in the core is packed in pretty tight being at the center of the collective mass. Some say its a big steelie, nickle (no picture of Jefferson on it), diamond, "New-cu-lar" material is a new one on the block. Either way the stuff is really hot and compressed. I say it's gold, and the first one down there gets to keep all


[edit on 27-2-2005 by AlabamaCajun]



posted on Feb, 27 2005 @ 11:08 AM
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my husband and I were just talking about this the other day. I had been watching all the earthquake, and volcano stuff and told him about it. He said that the earths core apparently is bursting with energy (more so than usual) That is why there were reports of the earth shaking before that 9.2. I had noticed that the cascades start acting up before earthquakes hit. so the earth is trembeling with energy then it escapes through the weakest point or what ever point is closer to the core. I noticed the other day when I was checking out the quakes in the US that they were all in lakes or near the shores. Makes since realy. But this does pose 2 questions for me. Could that be what is causing the earth to get warmer? I know global warming plays a part, but it would make sense to me that if the core is getting hotter then so would we. That would explane the strange weather, and all the rain/snow. THe other question is why. Being that friction warms things up a bit, could it be that there is something out there that is trying to pull us the other direction. You know, friction between 2 sorces rather than just the sun? Or maybe the earth is trying to spin in a new direction. Maybe it is tilting in a different way so it has to correct it self. I dont know, but it is food for thought. Lemme know what you think.



posted on Feb, 27 2005 @ 11:32 AM
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My guess is could be long overdue for a polar shift

pete.magneticpole.com...

likely this would be associated with increased global vulcanic activity, even catastrophic in some countries, .....but exploding core? naaaah

Just download updated firmware for your carnavigator



[edit on 27-2-2005 by Countermeasures]



posted on Feb, 27 2005 @ 08:50 PM
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Originally posted by SMR

The new thing is to make crack-pot news huh?
There has to be some truth to this story though,,,,no

I took indiadaily at face value, too.
They look so legit and the stoires seem, well, believable.
But, they still make for good discussions



posted on Mar, 1 2005 @ 10:38 PM
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Interesting forum on this topic.
www.physicsforums.com...'s_core.html

In general discussions you hear of planets cooling slowly through time as heat is lost. At some point an equlibrium is reach such as where we are now. With a moon and not-so-distant planets passing, then you might say the planet is getting massaged keeping the temperature a little higher than if we were alone with just the sun. As for the core popping, unlikely as the inner material is pretty stable and at the center of mass. Mars swept by in 2003 and met in conjunction with Jupitor, Saturn and Venus. This could have some stress effect on the plates but this link www.clockwk.com... explains the effect as a whole is small, but it's the moon that has a lot of fun with it's watery parent.



posted on Mar, 1 2005 @ 11:22 PM
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Hmmm.

This is not from Indiadaily:

ATS: An Earth Plate Is Breaking in Two



posted on Mar, 1 2005 @ 11:25 PM
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AlabamaCajun, that reminded me of all the posts a few months ago about the moon. wonder if maybe those folks were onto something after all?

it would make it awful difficult to have 3 consecutive fimbulvetr winters if the core were to explode... just as I was looking forward to seeing Odin get swallowed by a wolf too


[edit on 1-3-2005 by metalmessiah]



posted on Mar, 1 2005 @ 11:27 PM
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Originally posted by Hellmutt
Hmmm.

This is not from Indiadaily:

ATS: An Earth Plate Is Breaking in Two


Yes. But two different articles.

While one deals with disturbance within in Earth's crust, another deals with two continental plates breaking into two.

Plates move, break and do all sorts of things, while the same thing can't be said for the Earth's core, especially when so little is known of it.

Surf



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