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Offline The Matrix Traveller

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Does anyone know about this ?

"Huge 'Ocean' Discovered Inside Earth"

http://www.livescience.com/1312-huge-ocean-discovered-earth.html


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Scientists probing the Earth's interior have found a large reservoir of water equal to the volume
of the Arctic Ocean beneath eastern Asia.

The left figure is a slice through the Earth, taken from the figure on the right, showing the attenuation anomalies
within the mantle at a depth of roughly 620 miles.

In both images, red shows unusually soft and weak rock believed to be saturated with water,
and the blue shows unusually stiff rock (yellow and white show near-average values).
Credit: Eric Chou



Through "Remote Viewing" I have seen the relocation of the seas.

I understand this has happened many times on Earth in the past, where the seas relocate
from under the Earth's Crust to above the Earth's Crust then back again, caused by the never ending cycles,
driven by the "thermodynamics" of the Earth's interior.

Could what Scientists have discovered, be proof pointing toward this phenomena ?

And has this also Happened on Mars also, in the Past ?

Has the water that was once on the surface of Mars, now exist under the surface of Mars ?

And does this happen on other planets and on some moons esp. those around Jupiter and Saturn ?

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The biggest jigsaw puzzle in the solar system has a split personality:
The number and sizes of Earth's tectonic plates can flip, according to a new study.

http://www.livescience.com/38819-plate-tectonics-patterns.html


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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/earthnews/6057382/Vast-oceans-lay-beneath-surface-of-the-Earth.html

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Scientists believe areas of enhanced electrical conductivity in the mantle - the thick region
between the Earth's crust and its core - betray the presence of water.

Researchers produced a global three-dimensional map of the mantle showing the areas
through which electricity flowed most freely.

Conductivity hot spots were found to coincide with subduction zones, sites where the tectonic plates
that divide up the Earth's surface are being forced downwards.

This was a surprise since subducting plates are colder than the surrounding mantle rock,
and should therefore be less conductive.

The anomaly is best explained by water being drawn downwards by the subduction process
and increasing conductivity, say the scientists.

''The model clearly shows a close association between subduction zones and high conductivity,
and the simplest explanation is water,'' said Professor Adam Schultz, from Oregon State University
in the US, who co-led the study published in the journal Nature.

Colleague Professor Gary Egbert, also at Oregon State, added: ''In fact, we don't really know
how much water there is on Earth. There is some evidence that there is many times more water
below the ocean floor than there is in all the oceans of the world combined.
Our results may shed some light on this question.''

Other possible reasons for enhanced conductivity in the mantle include raised levels of iron or carbon,
said the researchers.

The presence of water could also be explained in different ways.

''If it isn't being subducted down with the plates, how did it get there?'' said Prof Schultz.
''Is it primordial, down there for four billion years? Or did it indeed come down as the plates
slowly subduct, suggesting that the planet may have been much wetter a long time ago?

These are fascinating questions, for which we do not yet have answers.''

The scientists used three decades of magnetic field soundings made by more than 100 Earth observatories
to construct their map.

Next they hope to repeat the study with more recent data both from ground bases and satellites.

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http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2002/03/0307_0307_waterworld.html

Inner Earth May Hold More Water Than the Seas

By Ben Harder
for National Geographic News

March 7, 2002

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Molten rocks deep in the earths interior may be surprisingly wet, Japanese researchers say.
From lab experiments, they have concluded there may be more H2O deep underground than in all oceans,
lakes, and rivers combined.

The scientists first heated "mineral cocktails" to a white-hot 1600 degrees Celsius (2900 degrees Fahrenheit)
and squeezed them until the pressure reached more than three million pounds per square inch
(200,000 kilograms per square centimeter). Then they cooked the samples for an hour.

The experiments replicated the environment and conditions deep in the Earth.

Based on what they witnessed in their lab, the researchers concluded that more water probably exists
deep within the Earth than is present on Earth's surface—as much as five times more.

"Our results suggest that the lower mantle can potentially store considerable amounts of water,"
said Motohiko Murakami of the Tokyo Institute of Technology, where the experiments were conducted.

"The presence of water in the crystal structure of [deep-Earth] minerals would be expected to soften
the minerals and change their flow behavior," he added. That, in turn, could affect how the innards
of the planet mix and shift over time, and could indirectly affect conditions and forces near the surface,
such as plate tectonics.


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"The $1 billion mission to reach the Earth's mantle"

http://edition.cnn.com/2012/10/01/tech/mantle-earth-drill-mission




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(CNN) -- Humans have reached the moon and are planning to return samples from Mars,
but when it comes to exploring the land deep beneath our feet, we have only scratched the surface
of our planet.

This may be about to change with a $1 billion mission to drill 6 km (3.7 miles) beneath the seafloor
to reach the Earth's mantle -- a 3000 km-thick layer of slowly deforming rock between the crust
and the core which makes up the majority of our planet -- and bring back the first ever fresh samples.

It could help answer some of our biggest questions about the origins and evolution of Earth itself,
with almost all of the sea floor and continents that make up the Earth´s surface originating from the mantle.

Geologists involved in the project are already comparing it to the Apollo Moon missions in terms of
the value of the samples it could yield.

However, in order to reach those samples, the team of international scientists must first find a way
to grind their way through ultra-hard rocks with 10 km-long (6.2 miles) drill pipes -- a technical challenge
that one of the project co-leaders Damon Teagle, from the UK's University of Southampton calls,
"the most challenging endeavor in the history of Earth science."

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http://geology.about.com/od/platetectonics/a/thecrust.htm

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Oceanic crust, being so thin, is a very small fraction of the Earth—about 0.1 percent—
but its life cycle serves to separate the stuff of the upper mantle into a heavy residue
and a lighter set of basaltic rocks. It also extracts the so-called incompatible elements,
which don't fit into mantle minerals and move into the liquid melt.
These in turn move into the continental crust as plate tectonics proceeds. Meanwhile,
the oceanic crust reacts with seawater and carries some of it down into the mantle.

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Dear Matrix T,

Goodness sakes, are they going to the center of the earth?

Thank you for your posts, and I immediatly wonder if this
could be the source of "The Hum" that many people hear
if it is in their "vicinity" ?
"This is the Documentary Channel"
- Zorgon

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Personally I think they are mad attempting to drill through the crust.

The Earth is like a huge "Spherical Capacitor" with the crust acting like a dielectric.

What happens in the case of a capacitor when the dielectric leaks i.e. a short can occur violently,
depending on the size of the capacitance (available current that is involved in its discharge)
and the voltage present.

Normally the Capacitance has been calculated, based on the Earths curvature.

But most forget the differential across the Crust (Thickness) is driven by the Earth's temperature differential.

Remember this experiment in secondary school ?





Now consider the Temperature Differential in the Earth.



The Voltage differential is determined by the Temperature of the Earth's core, and atmospheric temperature
above the earths crust.

So Not sure what will happen on drilling through the Earth's crust, I guess time will tell.
« Last Edit: August 18, 2013, 11:28:41 PM by The Matrix Traveller »

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the russians hit wet gravel and couldnt go any further.the hole kept caving in .so they had to stop.a flowing river of gravel.
ive never been much for rules.
being me has its priviledges.

Dumbledore

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Interesting you should say this robomont.

I have many questions regarding the Earth's interior.

Here is an interesting article...

Update of drilling through the Earth's Crust.

http://www.livescience.com/6959-hole-drilled-bottom-earth-crust-breakthrough-mantle-looms.html




Seeking the elusive 'Moho'

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Scientist said this week they had drilled into the lower section of Earth's crust for the first time and were poised
to break through to the mantle in coming years.

The Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) seeks the elusive "Moho," a boundary formally known
as the Mohorovicic discontinuity. It marks the division between Earth's brittle outer crust and the hotter,
softer mantle.

Ocean drillers in their most recent attempt to reach the mantle.
Credit: IODP; Benoit Ildefonse, University of Montpellier II 
 
Seeking the elusive 'Moho'

Scientist said this week they had drilled into the lower section of Earth's crust for the first time
and were poised to break through to the mantle in coming years.

The Integrated Ocean Drilling Program (IODP) seeks the elusive "Moho," a boundary formally known
as the Mohorovicic discontinuity. It marks the division between Earth's brittle outer crust and the hotter,
softer mantle.

The depth of the Moho varies. This latest effort, which drilled 4,644 feet (1,416 meters)
below the ocean seafloor, appears to have been 1,000 feet off to the side of where it needed to be
to pierce the Moho, according to one reading of seismic data used to map the crust's varying thickness.

The new hole, which took nearly eight weeks to drill, is the third deepest ever made into the floor of the sea,
according to the National Science Foundation (NSF). The rock collection brought back to the surface
is providing new information about the planet's composition.

"It will provide important clues on how ocean crust forms," said Rodey Batiza, NSF program director
for ocean drilling.

Already the types of rocks recovered show that conventional interpretation of Earth's evolution
are "oversimplifying many of the features of the ocean's crust," said expedition leader Jay Miller
of Texas A&M University.

"Each time we drill a hole, we learn that Earth's structure is more complex.
Our understanding of how the Earth evolved is changing accordingly."

The latest drilling was done at the Atlantis Massif, located at the intersection of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge
and the Atlantis fracture zone, two plates of the planet's broken crust.
The seafloor is shallower at the center of this region and therefore easier to reach.

It's not clear yet whether drilling should continue at the new hole or if another one should be started
in the effort the reach the mantle. Such work isn't likely to begin again in the next year, said Barbara John,
a University of Wyoming geologist and one of the co-chief scientists on the expedition.

"We need to evaluate all the data we have from the cruise and re-analyze the seismic data,
to determine whether it's better to deepen the current hole or drill elsewhere, or maybe even collect
additional seismic data to better constrain where to drill," John told LiveScience.
"Our major result is that we've recovered the lower crust for the first time and have confirmed that
the Earth's crust at this locality is more complicated than we thought."

John said mantle material will be evident when and if it's brought up because it will have different texture
and chemistry and will contain different proportions of minerals compared with rock in the crust.

Drillers use the vessel JOIDES Resolution. The 10-year, $1.5 billion program is funded by the NSF
and Japan's Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology.
•Earth as a Giant Pinball Machine
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•Mission Proposed to Earth's Core

What's Down There 




The Earth's radius is about 4,000 miles (6,400 kilometers). The main layers of its interior are in descending order:
crust, mantle and core.

The crust thickness averages about 18 miles (30 kilometers) under the continents, but is only about 3 miles
(5 kilometers) under the oceans. It is light and brittle and can break. In fact it's fractured into more than
a dozen major plates and several minor ones. It is where most earthquakes originate.

The mantle is more flexible - it flows instead of fractures. It extends down to about 1,800 miles (2,900 kilometers)
below the surface.

The core consists of a solid inner core and a fluid outer core. The fluid contains iron, which, as it moves,
generates the Earth's magnetic field.
he crust and upper mantle form the lithosphere, which is broken up into several plates that float on top
of the hot molten mantle below.

SOURCE: LiveScience reporting
 
 
 

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Is Thermodynamics involved in the Mechanics of the Interior workings of our Planet ?

Most definitely !

www.deep-earth.org/2008/earth08-lee2.pdf


Another interesting Link involving The Electrical Conductivity of the Lithosphere and Asthenosphere

http://www.google.co.nz/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=between%20the%20lithosphere%20and%20the%20asthenosphere&source=web&cd=21&ved=0CCgQFjAAOBQ&url=http%3A%2F%2Fmarineemlab.ucsd.edu%2Fsteve%2Fbio%2FSoCal_bullASEG.pdf&ei=Y8QSUouGBJDqrQfVkIGQCg&usg=AFQjCNFGv4nrRCclTiso5FBptLM7aAZ02A

by G Heinson - ?1993 - ?Cited by 2 - ?Related articles
The Electrical Conductivity of the Lithosphere and Asthenosphere beneath the .... between the coastline and seafloor data, and larger amplitude. H and D fields ...
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Another Scientific article well worth reading.

Re. The Gutenberg discontinuity...

http://phys.org/news/2012-03-earth-lithosphere-asthenosphere-boundary-beneath-pacific.html

very easy to understand...

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add this to the list of we have truly  a short time left in the 'as we know it' category




http://www.news24.com/Green/News/Time-running-out-for-Europe-carbon-sink-20130818



Time running out for Europe carbon sink
2013-08-19 10:45
 
 
 
Forest. (Duncan Alfreds, News24, file)

     
Oslo - The ability of Europe's ageing forests to absorb carbon dioxide is heading toward saturation point, threatening one of the continent's main defences against global warming, a study showed on Sunday.

Forests from Spain to Sweden are getting older, packed with trees less good at soaking up the emissions blamed for rising world temperatures, mounting sea levels and increasing numbers of heat-waves and floods, experts said.

Trees are being threatened by more fires, storms and insect attacks, said the study published in the journal Nature Climate Change.

Some parts of the continent have also started cutting down some forests, it added.

That all meant Europe should no longer assume its forests would be able to continue absorbing carbon emissions from factories, power plants and cars, at the same rate, it added. Forests currently soak up about 10% of Europe's emissions.

Saturation point


continues at link

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It's Not looking good is it Sky ?

I think what is about to take place, involves the Earths way of "Recycling"..

Hence the relocation of the Seas, to under the crust again.
(perhaps like before the great flood if it happened)

And then later the seas reappearing above the earth's crust one again.
(perhaps like what happened in "the great flood" if it happened)

The Ancient writings tell that the Fountains of the Earth were Closed after the Event !
So I presume they were Opened before the Flood.

(If the Waters were ejected Skyward from these Trenches, then it would naturally fall as Rain !)

It's a bit like taking out the Garbage in some ways....   :)

All is taken inside the earth to be rendered down again.

I just wonder how many times this has happened, over the millions of years ?

I know all this may sound a little weird to many, and perhaps a little crazy, but I am looking into it,
to see if it is at all possible what is going on, and about to happen in the future.

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I have been thinking about a recent episode involving "Remote Viewing" and have come to the conclusion,
that our seas return to under the Earth's crust via, the "Oceanic Trenches"


and returns later via. what are known as  the Oceanic Ridges at present.


Only a "Theory" based on what I have seen through "Remote Viewing".

But I am searching for "evidence" of this on the net.

Preferably Scientific evidence IF there is any.


http://factsanddetails.com/world.php?itemid=2212
« Last Edit: August 19, 2013, 07:47:56 PM by The Matrix Traveller »

 


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