posted on Apr, 19 2011 @ 10:25 AM
I realize that Beta shouldn't come in from outside the atmosphere.
Which is why it would be highly interesting if it had intermittently.
If there was also alpha radiation signatures picked up, when there shouldn't be, it would suggest that indeed the radiation is from outside the
planet's atmosphere, and as it approaches our big magnet core, the two types of radiation split and head in different directions before being
If beta radiation is coming out of the ground, is it coming up everywhere? If not, why not? Beta isn't penetrative - but what if you have complete
saturation of the penetrative material? Could radiation forming in the mantle push up in such massive amounts that it overcomes the "non-penetrating"
nature of the crust by flooding it?
Why did the spikes happen in the US, and not in Japan? Or did they, but they have so many earthquakes and there is no difference between a little
shake and a "move-the-Island-8 feet" shake?
Do smaller spikes correlate to smaller earthquakes? Does larger spikes found over a large area over more time correlate to a larger Earthquake?
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