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Heat Emitting from Michigan Crack (new video)

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posted on Jan, 11 2011 @ 08:17 AM
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I just wanted to put up this old post. My daughter had a really lucid? dream about this last year, here is my original post....
posted on 18-7-2010 @ 05:29 PM We had really loud thunder and lightening here last night so I wouldn't have heard anything. It was pretty awesome actually!
My ten year old daughter had an intense dream on Friday night about the world splitting and cracking into two, and then four and eventually exploding. She woke up crying and very sad, almost inconsolable. It must have been quite a dream. She said she new she was still alive afterwards but was unable to wake herself up. She said she felt like she was on Earth but was also watching ot from far away, that was what I used to curb her hopeless feelings. I told her if she was watching from a distance she was not there, she said she felt like she was in both places and I told her it must have been her body on earth and her soul in the heavens. Honestly, I didn't really know what to say. Such a young girl to have such wild dreams!

In this dream, the ground cracked right through in our garden, there was alot of mayhem and broken bridges and whatnot, then what I posted above. I really try to keep her out of the conspiracy sphere of things, I only illuminate her on the positive things and we might discuss current events with a bit more of an open mind that most families, what I am trying to say, is that my interests probably did not influence her to have this dream. If I showed her these videos though, she would flip out! That dream she had and a few others cut her quite deeply.

Edgar Cayce prophecised about these type of earth changes, the East coast splitting away from the US, coastal flooding and new lands rising from the sea, whilst old ones are swept into the ocean....the rise of Atlantis


Well thats all I have to add here!




posted on Jan, 11 2011 @ 08:48 AM
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I live near Detroit and the creack is in the upper peninsula near the Wisconsin border, towards the northwesteren edge of Lake Michigan. I worry what this could mean for the largest of the Great Lakes



posted on Jan, 11 2011 @ 09:12 AM
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How is heat emitting from a crack filled with snow? If I stick my hand in any hole during winter it will feel warmer. The beer is a nice touch



posted on Jan, 11 2011 @ 09:47 AM
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Originally posted by LDragonFire
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I agree with you waving his hand around and telling us he feels heat is really lame. Show us there is heat with a thermometer.


Agreed. It's not that I think the guy's lying, but I did expect to at least see visual proof, such as waves of steam rising, like when you breathe out in the cold. He may as well have just told us he felt heat with his hand, and saved himself a trip.



posted on Jan, 11 2011 @ 09:47 AM
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What a stroke of good luck for those involved.I reccommend to go straight to ace hardware and buy a long 6 inch diameter hose.Place one end in the crack and run the other end into your house.You should core out a hole into your house by using a 6 inch diameter holesaw.Make sure to duct tape around the hole so new draft comes in.Next step is to drive a 6 ft stake into the earth about 3 ft away from the crack.Tie the stake off to a pickup truck and try to pull the earth back together.Use low gear,you will get more torque that way.This will keep the heat concentrated into your hose.You will get more psi coming through the hose into your house.Next step, lay down on the sofa and enjoy your new all natural heat source.Life is good sometimes.



posted on Jan, 11 2011 @ 10:01 AM
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Originally posted by brindle
What a stroke of good luck for those involved.I reccommend to go straight to ace hardware and buy a long 6 inch diameter hose.Place one end in the crack and run the other end into your house.You should core out a hole into your house by using a 6 inch diameter holesaw.Make sure to duct tape around the hole so new draft comes in.Next step is to drive a 6 ft stake into the earth about 3 ft away from the crack.Tie the stake off to a pickup truck and try to pull the earth back together.Use low gear,you will get more torque that way.This will keep the heat concentrated into your hose.You will get more psi coming through the hose into your house.Next step, lay down on the sofa and enjoy your new all natural heat source.Life is good sometimes.


Creative thinking is alive and well on ATS today, 'tis clear to see!

Did I read correctly, up above in this thread, that someone from ATS is actually headed to the site of the Earthen-crack? Or was that a lil joke? If for real, we shall get some real evidence perhaps. From what I've come to know, ATS-ers make each other 'toe the line' ...as in 'Pics or it didn't happen' LOL



posted on Jan, 11 2011 @ 10:12 AM
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Thank you for answering the questions relating to this event. I thought perhaps it was normal as I have seen this same thing many years back in Kentucky.



posted on Jan, 11 2011 @ 11:26 AM
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Originally posted by staciebee
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I will respond tomorrow and follow your instructions...I really should've hit the sack about an hour or two ago. Sorry to disappoint. Look for my responses around 3-4pm CST!

AGAIN, sorry. I just figure once a post leaves the new threads section that it is lost and gone forever! :p

Take care & vaya con dios!
BTW, thank both of you for responding!

thank you for returning. i thought you had given up on the thread entirely based on your 'edit' entry. fyi - threads are moved to the proper category in the forum section when they move off the home page listing.
if the thread is interesting, it will cycle and reappear on the main board (as yours did today)

i completely understand the tired issue ... is why i suggested you peruse my log
however, since you seem interested, here's a few leads:

one theory: www.abovetopsecret.com...
historical comparison: www.abovetopsecret.com...
maps: quakes (last 8-30 days - world) neic.usgs.gov... - listing is below map picture
(last 7 days - world - map) earthquake.usgs.gov...
(last 7 days - listing) earthquake.usgs.gov...
www.abovetopsecret.com... -- this entire thread has many good theories, links and information ... including the update mentioned above (pg 6)

don't jump to any conclusions, we are all learning together. questions welcome but i ask that you make the effort to edumacate (educate) yourself, first.
enjoy the links, learn lots and relax ... nature and the Earth are going to do what they do, regardless of what we say, want or contrive ... so, do what you can to learn to live to love OR learn to love to live ... either way, have fun !!



posted on Jan, 11 2011 @ 11:32 AM
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Originally posted by ahnggk

Originally posted by Shenon
What is more alarming in those Videos is,that it looks like it moved so much...my guess would be a new Volcano Forming.


Perhaps someone should contact USGS about this ASAP.

It may eventually be important to install seismometers and tiltmeters to determine if it's really magma based and determine if evacuations are necessary.

Because if it turned out be one, it could potentially save many lives that the warning is given in advance. Even if it's just out-gassing. Toxic gasses could kill. Have the experts do their jobs!

they, the USGS are well aware. If you watched the video, you would realize the 'technician' is a geologist.
if you didn't watch the "update" linked video, then do try to and you'll see the 'crack' has opened quite nicely to a crevice following a small tremor which was historically a first for that region.
i am quite sure members of the USGS are readily examining the event ... in other words, they ARE doing their jobs.



posted on Jan, 11 2011 @ 11:37 AM
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Originally posted by loner007
I wonder if theres been any uplift and downlift on a large scale on the continent. Interesting times we live in.

there has been (USGS site for more details)
you may find this link interesting ... lots of tectonic adjustments going on in Indonesia ... www.abovetopsecret.com...



posted on Jan, 11 2011 @ 12:14 PM
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he he he crack,he said crack, he he he



posted on Jan, 11 2011 @ 02:30 PM
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I would think that if there was enough heat coming from the crack that he could feel it 4-5 feet above ground on his face, as he said in the video, that there would be no snow covering the crack at all. Skeptical.



posted on Jan, 11 2011 @ 02:48 PM
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Sounds like a bunch of hot air to me!! If I was that guy I'd be exploiting that geothermal event and use it to heat my house, driveway, pool you name it. But I doubt it's emitting heat in the quantity they are claiming otherwise they would have thought to use a thermometer.



posted on Jan, 11 2011 @ 03:18 PM
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More snow would be melted if there was really heat coming out of there in my opinion. Think they need to have a little more scientific measures before they call it a magma chamber. Also.. doesn't this stuff happen all of the time.. How do you think the mountains formed.. Does not mean end of world and it just scares people.



posted on Jan, 11 2011 @ 03:45 PM
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wow guys, all these skeptics ... well, who needs a thermometer (of any kind) when this happens?
not sure why this video wasn't included at the onset of the thread ... but it is certainly a geological anomaly for this region.

y'all make me wonder ... are all the 'skeptics' govt agents of one kind or another?
heck, half of ya didn't even answer the OPs questions.



posted on Jan, 11 2011 @ 09:06 PM
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Thanks for the extra info and having patience with me. I have only made a few threads and they have seemingly gotten lost in the mix...I figured this would do the same. Front page, eh? That's cool!

Anyhow, as I love to read and learn, I truly do appreicate the efforts you have made on my behalf. When I saw the crack video back in October, I had never seen anything like it. Of course, I had been reading about many sinkholes that seemed to suddenly be taking place all over the world, so I wondered if these occurances were linked. I had been for a time unnaturally obsessed with the USGS earthquake site and these occurances intrigued and confused my curious mind...

I wish I had more time to delve into these things, but a girl's gotta get sleep sometime. In between being a mother of 4 growing (wild) boys, their activities… my day job as a remodeler/decorator (TIRING), and my practices and gigs doin' my music thang....as well as my involvement with church, I find very little time to read. Except at night and during smoke breaks!! Sooooo...it may take me a little while, but I promise to continue to edumacate myself and continue to seek answers to questions that arise from my studies.

Vaya con Dios!



posted on Jan, 11 2011 @ 09:13 PM
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I appreciate the addition of this video. I was having a heck of a time trying to post an original video...the one I did post was because it actually worked.

Take care.



posted on Jan, 11 2011 @ 10:05 PM
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Originally posted by Honor93
y'all make me wonder ... are all the 'skeptics' govt agents of one kind or another?
heck, half of ya didn't even answer the OPs questions.


Why do all Skeptics have to be Government or Disinfo Agents?

Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar.

Back on Topic:

I do find the Michigan Crack quite interesting, but what caused it i couldn't say.

With regards to the heat. I personally would have thought there would be more melted snow around the heat source. If the maker of the video was to experiment with thermometers and show the temps in the video, i might be more inclined to believe his statements.
edit on 11-1-2011 by skitzspiricy because: (no reason given)



posted on Jan, 11 2011 @ 10:15 PM
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Originally posted by Honor93
wow guys, all these skeptics ... well, who needs a thermometer (of any kind) when this happens?
not sure why this video wasn't included at the onset of the thread ... but it is certainly a geological anomaly for this region.

y'all make me wonder ... are all the 'skeptics' govt agents of one kind or another?
heck, half of ya didn't even answer the OPs questions.


Not many of us were saying or denying that something occurred to make the ground move, we want to know why in the hell if they took the time to make a video about it being so hot would they not take the time to also use a thermo to show as proof it's hot. I can go outside right now in my underwear and make a video in the snow claiming that it's warm as can be and the snow is unusual because snow is supposed to be cold. Now would you believe me that the snow was warm and not cold or would you demand proof, ie a temperature reading? The same applies in this case.



posted on Jan, 11 2011 @ 10:21 PM
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I think the videographer was just going back to check out the crack and any changes that might have occured since his last visit in October...I think the heat was a surprise to him. JMHO



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