Originally posted by bortsamson
3.satelites built to detect mouons that are a by product of fussion/fission wich examine the suns solar activity have detacted them coming from the earth in such amounts that they can't explaine.
Originally posted by St Udio
this Oklahoma area is fairly close to the New Madrid area, no?
(at least closer than yellowstone....if someone's thinking there's a connection between those two)
Originally posted by Indy
Does anyone know if this water that that is coming up is consistent with ground water or does it seemed to be warmer? I ask because I wonder if the gas and water is being forced to the surface by a new and expanding magma chamber under the ground. As it grows and fills it would apply pressure to the crust above it which would squeeze out fluids trapped in the ground. Its like putting a wet sponge in between your hands and applying pressure. The water will find its way out between your fingers.
I would check for the existence of sulfer and elevated water temperatures.
The proponents of global warming insist that the climate is getting warmer. They cite all sorts of contradictory evidence based mainly on computer modeling. And their models have consistently failed to conform to reality. The things they confidently predict will happen simply don't happen. It's a classic case of GIGO -- garbage in, garbage out.
They cite as one proof of warming average global mean temperatures which in reality should be termed global meaningless temperatures. Averaging out temperatures from around the globe will not give any indication of what is actually afoot. What matters is how hot it is in the tropics and subtropics and how cold it is at the poles.
Using global mean temperatures in this case is something like reporting that the average mean score of a 14 point-to-six point football game was 10 points, without giving any other information.
It ignores the fact that one team won and one team lost!
The case for global cooling, on the other hand, deals with demonstrable facts. And it explains much of the phenomena that puzzles most of the scientists who deal with them.
Take volcanism, for example. Volcanologists are scratching their heads over the vast increase worldwide in volcanic eruptions. The current eruptions in Monserrat and Hawaii have wondering what's behind the increase in volcanic activity and what's next.
Global cooling proponents have a ready explanation: the increasing weight of the fast growing ice caps at the Poles.
As Peter Tomkins and Christopher Bird explained in their book, Secret of the Soil: "... ice and snow, accumulating at the poles presses down on the planet, causing it to bulge at the seams like a balloon. This triggers the pre-stressed earthquake faults into slipping. Hence earthquakes . It also causes volcanism -- potentially more dangerous -- by squeezing magma and causing eruptions. The colder it gets and the more snow presses down on the Poles, the more magma is compressed and volcanoes act up."
Scientists studying the so-called El Nino phenomenon, exhibit frustration over their inability to understand what causes the waters of the Pacific to heat up, creating all sorts of climatic aberrations. Explanations are a dime or dozen. And none of them even scratches the surface of reality.
Yet the answer is deceptively simple.
The mechanics described above by Bird and Tomkins supply a ready explanation for El Nino. Red hot magma squeezed from beneath the Poles finds release through cracks in the eastern Pacific Ocean subflooring, superheating the surrounding waters. Dr. George Kaplan explained this as far back as 1984, but nobody paid any attention to him.
The increasing severity of storms, heavier rainfalls, blizzards leaving deeper and deeper snow in their wake , flood after flood all over the globe and droughts such as the those now devastating such places as North Korea are also results of Mother Nature's closing out of the current interglacial.
As the ice packs grow, they send colder and colder air toward the equator. That increasingly colder air eventually meets with tropical air, and it is axiomatic that when cold air clashes with hot air there is violent weather. And the icier the cold air and the hotter the warm air, the more violent the weather.
This process feeds on itself. As the amount of atmospheric CO2 increases, more moisture is sent Poleward, resulting in more snowfall to build heavier and heavier polar ice packs which fail to decrease in summertime because the cloud cover created by the moisture-laden air transported from the tropics prevents any thawing.
As the ice packs grow deeper and heavier, more magma is squeezed out and sent toward the equators, creating more volcanic activity, which spews more and more volcanic ash into the upper atmosphere, along with enormous quantities of greenhouse gasses. This results in greater and greater amounts of moisture-laden clouds being sent Poleward. And so on.