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Breaking Find! Biggest Ocean on Earth Found Near Earth's Core

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posted on Oct, 3 2022 @ 02:45 PM
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originally posted by: Kurokage

Your joking, right??

Are you are really trying to say you don't understand the science of continental drift and an ocean rose up around the entire world higher than 34,000ft??



Yes I'm aware of how faithful people are to the evolutionary mythos. But If you stop ignoring history we can see that there was a global flood that covered the mountains



The findings in the OP solidify what our ancestors said



posted on Oct, 3 2022 @ 03:36 PM
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a reply to: angelchemuel

“Have you heard of blue holes?”

I have not. Please do tell!



posted on Oct, 3 2022 @ 03:42 PM
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So when do the water travel pods open for intra world travel?



posted on Oct, 3 2022 @ 03:43 PM
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a reply to: Skywatcher2011

A truly amazing discovery!

But i'm slightly embarrassed to say that the first thing i thought was 'Maybe that's why Nessie can't be found? She's got a tunnel to the 'undersea'! There might be loads of them down there!'

Nice way to dumb down this incredible news, McGinty!




posted on Oct, 3 2022 @ 04:40 PM
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originally posted by: underpass61
a reply to: Skywatcher2011

If it's near the core I wonder how hot that water is?


You beat me to it.



posted on Oct, 3 2022 @ 04:51 PM
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originally posted by: Oldcarpy2
a reply to: gortex

I have never heard a plausible explanation as to where all the planet's water came from.

Not buying comets.

Anyone help me out?

I really don't know.

Hydrogen and Oxygen are abundant in nature. H2O just happens because the two elements fit into each others needs as a perfect molecule. Water is abundant in the Universe but most of it will happen in the "Goldilocks Zone" of a solar system. A zone where certain materials from the dust cloud forming the future solar system are found conglomerating.

Stars produce all of the elements we know of and probably some we don't know about yet. That is how each of the elements occur in nature. Our sun, Sol, is said to be only able to produce Iron (Fe) element # 26 of the Periodic table. To tie this all together, the larger stars produce the heavy metals like Gold and Uranium. Gold being unique in how stable it is in nature and Pb being the last stable heavy metal before the radioactive varieties.



posted on Oct, 3 2022 @ 05:42 PM
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a reply to: cooperton

So plate tectonics is an evolutionary mythos? Something that can be observed in real-time events that happen as earthquakes and various other natural phenomena happens. I knew some religious folks had blinders on, but jeez.



posted on Oct, 3 2022 @ 05:44 PM
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originally posted by: NorthOfStuff

originally posted by: Vroomfondel
a reply to: starviego

From an engineering standpoint that is not the case.

If it is trapped in rock, which it very well could be at any given time, it would not move at all. Water is one of the densest materials on Earth and can not be compressed. It does not give way under pressure, it simply transmits that pressure somewhere else - hydraulics.

If it is in a sealed environment it could remain liquid despite incredibly high temperatures. The danger then would be when it gets free and is allowed to expand into super-heated steam. The ratio is appox. 300-1. And at those kinds of temps, it would happen in a fraction of a second. In fact, it is literally called flashing.


I think the steam to water ratio is around 1700:1 at atmospheric boiling point 100C.

Largest ocean on earth flashing from water to steam at 400C would be unimaginable.


Very true. But, that is at 1 atmosphere. In a constrained environment at significantly higher pressure the percent expansion would still be constrained. (I estimated 75-80% - could be way off, I didn't do the math.) If it weren't it would already have flashed to steam at those temps. Now going from fully constrained to fully unrestricted in one step, as you said, would be unimaginable.



posted on Oct, 3 2022 @ 06:11 PM
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I wouldn't want to find out what happens if we dug deep enough to access this superheated hidden ocean... an aggressive steam jet could pop out, high enough to penetrate our atmosphere and Earth would get its own thruster? We'd start moving away from our solar system, LOL.



posted on Oct, 3 2022 @ 07:17 PM
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Yet another example of why I think we have a hydrogen sphere warming this planet with a singularity (black hole) pulling it together.
So a center sun powered by a gas centrifuge of hydrogen and oxygen that is pulled together by a singularity of perhaps the size of a basketball.

It's my hypothesis, I can believe it if I want to.



posted on Oct, 3 2022 @ 08:42 PM
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originally posted by: gortex
a reply to: Skywatcher2011

If we have 3 times the amount of water we thought we had it kind of suggests that water is everywhere in the Galaxy / Universe and most rocky planets will also have an abundance of the wet stuff.

The discovery also begs the questions why ? and how ?


Not really a new story Gorty, but more a newish take on it.
So, if anyone goes with the 2014 story from the link below, then yes, Earth will last longer than previous expectations, while it appreciates the part the Sun plays as it gets brighter.
Dammit, I already thought the Sun is much brighter now, than when I was a youngster looking at a bright yellow duster in the sky, nowadays it is simply too bright to take a darting look.
Anyway,
www.science.org...



posted on Oct, 3 2022 @ 08:53 PM
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a reply to: Oldcarpy2

Dr Luke Daly, from the University of Glasgow and the study's lead author, said: "The solar winds are streams of mostly hydrogen and helium ions which flow constantly from the Sun out into space."When those hydrogen ions hit an airless surface like an asteroid or a space-borne dust particle, they penetrate a few tens of nanometres below the surface, where they can affect the chemical composition of the rock.

"Over time, the 'space weathering' effect of the hydrogen ions can eject enough oxygen atoms from materials in the rock to create H2O - water - trapped within minerals on the asteroid.

"Crucially, this solar wind-derived water produced by the early solar system is isotopically light."

"That strongly suggests that fine-grained dust, buffeted by the solar wind and drawn into the forming Earth billions of years ago, could be the source of the missing reservoir of the planet's water," Dr Daly added.

Source

Not sure if this is science cannon, but it's the explanation I prefer.



posted on Oct, 3 2022 @ 08:56 PM
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a reply to: watchitburn

Are you certain they weren't giant clouds of hydrogen between galaxies? Are you thinking of the same clouds that shouldn't be there if the big bang theory was correct?



posted on Oct, 3 2022 @ 09:00 PM
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a reply to: Vroomfondel

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posted on Oct, 3 2022 @ 11:00 PM
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pretty sure this comes from an April fools youtube video i saw a few years ago and isn't real...



posted on Oct, 4 2022 @ 02:19 AM
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originally posted by: salty_wagyu
I wouldn't want to find out what happens if we dug deep enough to access this superheated hidden ocean... an aggressive steam jet could pop out, high enough to penetrate our atmosphere and Earth would get its own thruster? We'd start moving away from our solar system, LOL.


You need to copyright that in case Michael Bay or Roland Emmerich are listening



posted on Oct, 4 2022 @ 06:23 AM
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a reply to: KKLOCO
A friend (ex-military) told me some 40 years ago that Blue holes are likened to Black Holes in space.
He cited the Bermuda Triangle. Apparently they found these 'blue holes' on the bottom of the seabed there. Sent sonar down and they never 'pinged' back. He also said the Bermuda Triangle isn't the only place that has them.
Did all those planes and boats/ships disappear down them? If it's true about blue holes, then maybe once 'we' discovered them is it such a stretch of the imagination that 'disappearances' started stopping in that area in last 40 years?
Rainbows
Jane



posted on Oct, 4 2022 @ 06:26 AM
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a reply to: cooperton




Yes I'm aware of how faithful people are to the evolutionary mythos. But If you stop ignoring history we can see that there was a global flood that covered the


Coming from a person who has faith in an imaginary friend who waved his hand and magically flooded the earth, which to cover the entire globe would have to flood to thirty four thousand feet to cover everest. Your fictional book does say a world flood...


About the topic at hand.
I thought that once down past a certain depth on the mantle "rock" becomes more fluid like.
edit on 4-10-2022 by Kurokage because: (no reason given)



posted on Oct, 4 2022 @ 07:07 AM
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a reply to: Skywatcher2011
found ? discovered ? Don't they mean theorised ?
Pics. or it didn't happen !



posted on Oct, 4 2022 @ 07:26 AM
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originally posted by: NorthOfStuff

originally posted by: Vroomfondel
a reply to: starviego

From an engineering standpoint that is not the case.

If it is trapped in rock, which it very well could be at any given time, it would not move at all. Water is one of the densest materials on Earth and can not be compressed. It does not give way under pressure, it simply transmits that pressure somewhere else - hydraulics.

If it is in a sealed environment it could remain liquid despite incredibly high temperatures. The danger then would be when it gets free and is allowed to expand into super-heated steam. The ratio is appox. 300-1. And at those kinds of temps, it would happen in a fraction of a second. In fact, it is literally called flashing.


I think the steam to water ratio is around 1700:1 at atmospheric boiling point 100C.

Largest ocean on earth flashing from water to steam at 400C would be unimaginable.


I looked at my original post with fresh eyes and you were spot on. The post embodied the concept but was poorly worded and misleading. I stated what was really a very relaxed guess as a fact. Thank you for calling me on it. :-)

I love numbers, but I cant wrap my head around that much water super-heated and compressed into a liquid state. I almost think one vent to atmosphere would change our orbit...







 
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