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Originally posted by siluriancryptic
reply to post by Red Cloak
Dr. Alexey Dmitriev ( just write in his name in google search and you can get his paper) warns that the sun and the whole solar system is entering a neighboring turbulent cloud or bubble of highly charged plasma which is causing all the big earthquakes , big tornadoes, big carrington effect soon from big CMEs while melting the ice caps and zeroing out our magnetic field protecting us from the lethal radiation in outer space. Soon we will have a new kind of sun with its accompanying changed planets- including a changed earth to live with. Dmetriev says that the real big earthquakes' cause is in the "stuff" seeping into protective bubble around the solar system . The sun is now greatly agitated and its flares and CMEs are reducing or draining the earth's magnetism. Earthquakes are electrical and a stellar size EMP will trigger the New Madrid Megaquake. So, its not Al Gore's Carbon Credits and Human Activity making the poles melt-it's the sun and it's corona getting hotter and brighter.
Originally posted by MoEskiMo
reply to post by AngryCymraeg
wow, I read my sources. Do you think something dated from 1929 that completely describes the rocks found in areas is less of a source? I, in fact, think it is quite a reliable source. And, that is in a different area. I gave you two sources to read of two different areas. I stated that one is extinct. And on is dormant. I know what I am saying. I apologize for you, because you state to me, no I take that back, you are begging me to read, when you once already misquoted me, then again you have. I don't know if you are just trying to single me out? I know a lot of Arkansas, the history, the dirt, the rocks, the mountains, the water, you name it, I know this state. It is a great area to hike. I know I provided you with two sources for two different areas.