reply to post by RedDogJT
Yes, all devices are simple once technology gets to that level of technology; and the world has made it to that level of technology.
This technology could be added to all existing handheld phones and then users of the phones could then study the area they are in and see what the
current background radiation/energy pressure reading is. Once that is done, then with lenses they could scan the area they are in and see which way
the pressure is coming from, or set up a directional dish system mounted on a tripod to see what direction the radiation is coming from; pretty simple
stuff with current technology.
Publish or perish, hmmm.... you could be right there, I'll grant you that. I've been thinking along the lines of Hernan Cortes; that is to scuttle
the ships, so there can be no retreat.
Drilling won't give them any early warning that will be of any use to anyone, but it will put money in the scientists pockets.
Using piezo-systems of course would end all guessing as to what is really happening in and around any volcano for the simple fact that you can see if
it's building up pressure, or not. Then... if it (any volcano) is building up pressure, then all that people would have to do is measure the pressure
coming from the ground. If the pressure is tremendous, and if the tremendous pressure exists outward for hundreds of miles, then it might be a good
idea to be ready to move for a while.
When you are in the area of a volcano, and you have the piezo-system up and running, then you can look and see what is happening deep in the ground.
A volcano is very similar to a geyser, except its much larger in extent and carries a different liquid; which everyone is aware of.
Individuals and/or groups of people could easily verify what is going on at any location of the earth. If there is a geyser getting ready to spew
water out on the surface of the earth, your piezo-system would detect the pressure building up, and up, and up, and up, and up; just like it will for
Once the geyser has gotten up to a certain pressure, the pressure starts to go down; but.... the hot water from the geyser is still on its upward
movement and reaches the exit porthole of the Earth in "Exactly" the same amount of time.
So... if you are watching a geyser that spews hot water out of its porthole, and you write down that the "release" of pressure occurred at 4:23:47PM
and the geyser erupted from its porthole at 4:25:50PM then you would know that "everytime" the readings from your piezoseismic unit showed a "release"
of pressure coming from the region of the geyser after it was shown to be building up pressure; 2 minutes and 3 seconds later the steam will erupt
from the porthole in a geyser. So.. you know exactly when any geyser will erupt by watching each geysers process.
The same goes for volcanic eruptions. There will be an increase in pressure, and if the pressure is enough, then flow to the surface will occur; if
not, then there will be no flow to the surface and possible inactivity will occur for some unknown period of time until the pressure becomes activated
In other words, if anyone wants to learn a lot about volcanoes and how they erupt, all you have to do is go to a well known geyser, or any geyser and
watch what happens with the piezo-seismic system that I use. You can watch the water rise in the geyser tube from hundreds of yards away. With a
volcano, which is massive in extent, you can watch the magma rise in the volcanic tube from tens of miles away and possibly hundreds of miles away.
There are many uses for this type of system, too bad it isn't being used and is dismantled.
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