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Re: Earthquake - the result of an explosion of magmatic gases
« Reply #25 on: October 05, 2021, 09:25:04 PM »
You mean it isn't a giant turtle moving with the Earth on its back?

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Re: Earthquake - the result of an explosion of magmatic gases
« Reply #26 on: December 23, 2021, 05:51:51 AM »
7. It is believed that when the oceanic plate goes under the continental, a depression is formed with a depth of more than 10 km. https://uc.xyz/15U4Da?pub=link
a) At the same time, most of the depressions in the oceans are located too far from the continents and they are not everywhere. https://uc.xyz/16caO0?pub=link
b) If India goes under the Himalayas, why did not a depression or a reservoir form at the foot of the Himalayas?
https://images.app.goo.gl/EkLp3TDpVYcBf3MB8 https://images.app.goo.gl/pA2CmLgYpje7SzWC6
https://neftegaz.ru/tech-library/geology/148157-kraevoy-progib/
8. Which plate goes under the Ural Mountains, and which depression is formed at the foot of the Ural Mountains? https://uc.xyz/15U2dY?pub=link
a) Does the shear displacement of plates occur in the south and north of the Ural Mountains? https://slide-share.ru/kak-dvizhutsya-litosfernie-pliti-69693
b) The Ural Mountains - a seismically active crack, which diverges at a rate of 0 to 5 mm per year, and not the result of "plate compression".
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Re: Earthquake - the result of an explosion of magmatic gases
« Reply #27 on: January 18, 2022, 02:45:35 AM »
It is believed that a volcanic eruption occurs as a result of the movement of plates and an increase in magma pressure.
At the same time, a volcanic eruption is accompanied by an earthquake. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Types_of_volcanic_eruptions
a) The movement of magma under pressure cannot be the cause of the formation of seismic waves and earthquakes.
b) An earthquake is the result of an explosion of a combustible mixture in a volcanic chamber.
c) Why is a volcanic eruption accompanied by the release of gas and ash, and not lava?
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Re: Earthquake - the result of an explosion of magmatic gases
« Reply #28 on: January 21, 2022, 03:00:21 AM »
A seismic wave on the surface of the earth can only be created by an impact, and not by compression of the lithospheric plates.
After compression, the earth's crust is not unclenched, but compacted.
The soil compaction ratio is 95%.
https://buildingclub.ru/kojefficient-uplotnenija/?amp=1
The above can be easily checked by setting up an experiment.
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Re: Earthquake - the result of an explosion of magmatic gases
« Reply #29 on: January 22, 2022, 10:02:02 AM »
The amplitude of a seismic wave can be determined by the following formula: A = m/h.
Where, m is the mass of the combustible mixture.
h is the depth of the combustible mixture.
The amplitude of a seismic wave in the epicentral region can reach a meter, and in the epicenter - more than a meter.
The hypothesis presented can be easily tested if a firecracker is blown up under the ice.
https://youtu.be/zFdF6-qaPSA https://youtu.be/UDLobrro2Ao https://youtu.be/U7pNie2403A
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Re: Earthquake - the result of an explosion of magmatic gases
« Reply #30 on: April 26, 2022, 03:08:43 AM »
There is an opinion that Lake Baikal was formed as a result of the divergence of the fault line at a rate of 2-4 cm per year.
a) Then why didnít Baikal form along the entire fault line, both in length and in depth?
b) With what speed does the bottom of Baikal diverge?
c) What is the bottom of Baikal based on if the width of the fault under Baikal is several tens of kilometers?
https://uc.xyz/114cQG?pub=link https://uc.xyz/119ET4?pub=link

It is possible that deep-sea lakes, seas and canyons, as well as depressions in the oceans, are the result of successive explosions in a ridge crack, followed by a sinkhole. https://uc.xyz/119hVG?pub=link
a) After the formation of lakes, rivers and gorges, the banks should converge, not diverge. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canyon
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