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The cause of earthquakes is the explosion of magmatic gases.
Community of Russian scientists.

The tidal force stretches and compresses the Earth twice a day, due to which pressure fluctuations occur in the earth's crust, and as a result, air penetrates into the earth's crust through vertical faults.
At the same time, magmatic gases, being under high pressure, penetrate into the faults in which there is air.
And as soon as the ratio of magmatic gases and air approaches 1 to 7, an explosion occurs, and the waves from the earthquake source scatter in different directions.
After the explosion, faults diverge from the source of the earthquake, into which the combustible mixture rushes, due to which aftershocks occur.
The duration of earthquakes and the number of underground explosions depend on the amount of combustible mixture in the epicentral region.
Ignition of a combustible mixture occurs as a result of compression of the combustible mixture, contact of magma with a combustible mixture, or from an electric discharge. The self-ignition temperature of gases is about 500C.
It is possible that the combustible mixture is formed as a result of magma degassing.
The presented hypothesis can be easily verified by blowing up a firecracker under the ice.
1. In the resulting faults, rarefaction occurs, due to which the faults draw in air and then close.
This can be easily verified by experiment.
2. As magmatic gases rise, they collect at the top of vertical faults and then explode.
3. In the faults, the combustible mixture explodes not all, but only that part that has reached the desired proportion.
4. As a result of the impact of pressure and temperature, the walls of the faults become stronger.
5. It is possible that the vertical faults are interconnected.
6. After seismic events, faults are filled with magma, due to which one of the types of folded mountains is formed.
7. It is possible that minerals are formed in vertical and horizontal faults under the influence of temperature, pressure and time.

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.
In the epicentral region, a predominantly vertical oscillation of the earth's crust occurs with an amplitude of more than a meter, and waves with an amplitude of about a meter diverge from the epicentral region.
1. Before an earthquake, some animals leave the active fault zone.
I think the animals are alarmed by the smell of gas coming out of cracks.
2. The gas content above the epicentral region can be determined using a gas trap in which there is a litmus test.
Litmus paper can be placed in basements that are on the fault line.
3. The concentration of gases in the faults can be determined using wells.
4. An earthquake can be provoked artificially by drilling a well in fresh faults.
5. Small explosions before and after seismic events can increase the pressure of the combustible mixture in the faults, which causes a rumble, trembling and swelling of the earth's crust.
6. The cause of anomalous phenomena in the atmosphere during seismic events may be the release of a combustible mixture into the atmosphere.

The formation of planets is accompanied by the formation of cracks.
One of the fissures is the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, which is located in the Atlantic Ocean and diverges at a rate of 0 to 3 mm per year.
The reason for the divergence of the ridge is volcanoes and earthquakes that occur at the junction of the crack, and as a result, the size of the ridge increases both in width and in height.
In the ridges, due to seismic events, vertical and horizontal faults are formed, due to which the crack expands by millimeters, the ridge by centimeters and the epicentral region by meters.
Along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge there are dozens of islands through which air enters the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, and the more islands there are above the oceanic ridge, the higher the geological activity of the ridge.
The high geological activity of continental ridges can be explained by the fact that more air penetrates into continental ridges than into oceanic ones.
Gases move along the faults that stretch from the mountain systems into the seas and oceans, as a result of which seaquakes are formed, and as a result, the mountain systems attack the ocean.
Mountain systems formed hundreds of millions of years ago, after the formation of the earth's crust, when the earth's crust under the mountain systems was much thinner.
The higher the mountain systems grew, the more they sagged. Shifts, bends, dips in mountain systems are the result of uneven growth and subsidence of mountain systems.
I guess mountain systems are 90 percent submerged in magma, like icebergs in the oceans.
Three types of mountains form along the fissures:
a) Horizontal folded mountains, formed due to numerous eruptions of lava on the surface of the Earth.
b) Vertical fold mountains are formed after seismic events when vertical faults are filled with magma.
c) Blocky mountains are formed when folded mountains collapse and grow due to explosions in vertical and horizontal faults.
Due to faults, the density decreases and, as a result, the buoyancy of the earth's crust increases.
 a) The height of the continent above the magma level depends on the density of the continental crust.
 b) The more faults and voids in the mountain systems, the higher the mountain systems.
Earthquakes and volcanoes are natural phenomena, the role of which is the strengthening of cracks in the earth's crust. And mountain systems are patches on the cracks of the planets.
More than a million earthquakes are recorded annually on the continents, due to which the strength and buoyancy of the earth's crust increases.

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.
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 most often accompanied by the release of gas and ash, and not lava?
Manifestations of volcanic earthquakes are almost no different from tectonic earthquakes, 90% of volcanoes are located in seismically active zones.
In Japan, an explosion of volcanic gases crushed a 670 m high mountain.
In Indonesia, a combustible mixture explosion destroyed half of the volcano and caused earthquakes in several cities, and there are quite a few such facts.
I believe - an earthquake, this is a volcanic eruption towards the core of the Earth.
It is possible that only magma is located under the earth's crust, and the mantle is formed only in faults and volcanic chambers.
There is a high probability that between the earth's crust and magma there is a gas layer (foam), due to which the earth's crust does not overheat and magma does not cool.
1. The reason for the axial rotation of the Earth is cyclones and anticyclones, which move in the direction of the general transport of air from west to east.
Rotating the earth's crust carries away magma - which rotates after the earth's crust.
2. It is believed that the core of the Earth rotates synchronously with the Earth and is in a state of weightlessness.
a) There is a high probability that due to intraplanetary weightlessness, the gravity of the Earth's core is practically zero.
b) If the centrifugal force of the Earth's core is greater than the gravitational force, then the Earth's core will disintegrate.
c) Due to the rotation of the Earth, the pressure of magma along the axis of the Earth decreases.
3. I believe that the reason for the circulation of magma in the bowels of the Earth is - weightlessness in the center of the Earth and the difference in the velocities of magma rotation at the equator and poles.
a) Due to its high viscosity, magma at the poles rotates faster than in the equatorial region, due to which magma moves from the poles to the equator, from the equator to the center of the Earth, and from the center of the Earth back to the poles.
b) Perhaps, in the equatorial region of the Earth, the geological activity and pressure of magma is much higher than at the poles, due to which magma moves from the equator to the poles, from the poles to the center of the Earth, and from the center of the Earth back to the equator.
c) The above can be easily verified by rotating a globe filled with a thick transparent liquid.
If you rotate water in a vessel with a thin metal plate at the bottom, the plate will float.
4. The statement that the Earth's core consists of a solid inner core and a liquid outer core, between which a transition zone is sometimes distinguished, raises doubts.
a) How to understand the phrase - "between which the transition zone is sometimes allocated".
b) How it works and works in the transition zone - thermal insulation.

Science is a river of ideas, and false ideas are rocks in the riverbed.

just because you believe in something , does not mean it is factual
but that is just what I believe  [tup]

what you are displaying here is pseudoscience
i.e it sounds good, so must be true (but its actually not)


--- Quote from: Fermer05 on July 09, 2021, 07:11:41 AM ---If tectonic plates were constantly moving one on top of the other, then the entire globe would tremble and hum, especially in areas of seismic activity.

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It does and I am one of those few who can hear it.

It sounds like a diesel truck engine idling in the distance.  Do a search on Global Hum.

No the tidal force (the moon's gravity) orbits (rotates) around the Earth causing a high tide on the near side and a medium tide on the opposite side and two low tides on the side perpendicular to the force.  It's too minimal to cause any effect on anything but the water which by comparative to the grand scale of things is also minimal.

Hope I am not walking into a discussion with another flat Earther who knows nothing about anything.


--- Quote ---If tectonic plates were constantly moving one on top of the other,
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actually the plates get stuck/locked in place...when they suddenly unstick,when the pressure gets to breaking point,  that causes an earth quake
there are some places though where they do slip slowly  and produce slow slip earthqaukes which can be detected with special equipment and also the movement detected with GPS


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