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Originally posted by iballs
reply to post by westcoast
You're observation is good - but limited in scope.
Magma is a natural by-product of electrical interaction of plates. All plates are charged or polarized. As the plates grind, magma is produced. The reason for magma is to create an electrical seal or bond between the two plates. The bond is temporary and in terms of thousand of years, maybe more or less...
What you're really observing is an electrical interaction.
I don't believe anyone on ATS understands the electrical importance of this interaction; everyone seems to miss electrical arching observed and photographed during volcanic eruptions.edit on 17-4-2011 by iballs because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by TheEndisNigh
I'll be honest, I did not read all that. I am assuming it has some reference to the yellowstone caldera in some way. Yes, the yellowstone caldera is gonna blow, either may 6th, or farther down around september. I'm leaning more towards september.