posted on May, 10 2008 @ 06:42 PM
I can tell you what I think is happening. It traces back to the early 90s, when I noticed a swarm of deep (300km and greater) earthquakes of 7.0 and
greater in one year (which was present in the USGS records a few years back but has disappeared recently).
Normally at that depth we only see 1-2 of that magnitude in any given year, but there were something like 18, I recently wanted to go back and look
again but they are gone, but they were there in the mid 90s when I looked at the records.
These quakes were all over the world, not along fault lines, plate boundaries, hot spots, subduction zones, they weren't concentrated anywhere, they
were all over.
I thought to myself that something must be causing changes in the convection patterns in the mantle. I thought, what could cause such a sudden
Then I had an idea, what if, at the center of the Earth, a natural fission reactor periodically starts a chain reaction, heat rapidly increases, the
increased convection distributes the heavy fissionables, then it stops, convection slows down, and the whole cycle repeats?
I brought the idea up to a couple of UW geophysicists I knew at the time and one suggested to me that were the case you'd see the period between
subsequent events decrease over time as fissionable material was used up. I looked at the timing and that's exactly what I saw.
I got back with that and he said; well, you'd also see He3 evolved at the mid-ocean vents in significant quantities because it is produced as a
fission product but only He4 by natural radioactive decay.
Well, they went out with a submersible off the coast of Oregon with a submersible and measured the He3/He4 ratio at the rift and found there was in
fact significant amounts of He3.
So what I think happened is that this natural pulsating reactor just had a pulse and we are now seeing the effects of the heat from that pulse
gradually make their way to the surface.
There is more however, I also suspect something is happening on a cosmological level; as another interesting thing we see is that every planet, not
just Earth heating up, and while that could be explained by the Sun, the other thing we've seen is an increase in background neutrino radiation.
Now most scientists will tell you that ordinary matter interacts so little with neutrinos that it is of zero consequence, but I'd suggest otherwise.
here is my thinking on that. In particle physics, events can happen in either direction, two photons of sufficient energy can come together and form
a particle and anti-particle, or a particle and it's antiparticle can come together and annihilate and form two photons.
Well, neutrinos, they are formed in nuclear reactions that for example involve a neutron decaying into an electron and proton, or a proton changing
into a neutron. Now, I think they can also catalyze those reactions or their inverse and I think that can affect the nuclear reaction rates in the
Sun and planets.
The increase in neutrino flux I think may be causing an increase in the rate of nuclear events leading to the heating of Earth, Sun, and all the
Since nobody knows the nature of these increases nobody can predict what the outcome will be, but I think it's cyclical and the great ages the Mayans
recorded and that their calendar is based upon, is based upon these cycles.
I don't think it equals the end of the world, but I do think it has the potential to be a wild ride.