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Magma vortex hypothesis about earthquakes.
« on: March 28, 2021, 01:04:32 PM »
Magma vortex hypothesis about earthquakes.
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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.
https://meteoinfo.ru/ugryumov/2926-ugryumov-perenos
Rotating, the earth's crust carries away magma, due to which dozens of magma vortices are formed, which move along the equator following the Earth's crust. magmatic eddies move relative to the earth's crust with variable speed, sometimes stopping, similar to cyclones and anticyclones.
Blocking anticyclones. http://meteoweb.ru/2018/phen20180730.php
magmatic eddies are one of the mechanisms of the Earth's thermoregulation. A cyclonic magma vortex is a vortex that throws magma up from the center of the Earth. An anticyclonic magma vortex, on the other hand, draws in magma from the upper layers of magma and sends it towards the center of the Earth. Magma vortices, creating pressure and rarefaction between the earth's crust and magma, are one of the causes of vertical stress in the earth's crust. A similar natural phenomenon is observed in the seas and oceans, when a whirlpool rotates under the ice.
When a number of factors coincide, a magma vortex can transform into a tornado.
A water tornado in a matter of minutes draws in thousands of tons of water, and a magma whirlwind, I believe, is more massive and powerful. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tornado_Alley
Atmospheric vortices last for several days and then gradually decay.
https://images.app.goo.gl/3sRSRbVsEbWtMoVY6

Rotating, the magmatic vortex sucks air from the earth's crust. And as soon as the ratio of volcanic gases and air reaches the desired proportion, an explosion occurs, due to which the waves from the source of the earthquake scatter in different directions.
https://youtu.be/YM7pLGt8OyU
After the explosion, a void is formed in the earthquake source into which magma rushes, for this reason a second shock is possible.
The hypothesis presented can be easily tested if a firecracker is blown up under the ice.
https://youtu.be/UDLobrro2Ao https://youtu.be/zFdF6-qaPSA https://youtu.be/U7pNie2403A
After an earthquake, the epicenter sinks and becomes denser, due to which the flow of air through the micro-crevices decreases, and the earthquake center subsides.
The intensity of earthquakes can be expressed by the following formula: A = m / h.
Where, m is the mass of the combustible mixture.
h is the depth of the combustible mixture.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earthquake
Harbingers of earthquakes:
1. Underground rumble, tremors of the earth, change in the level of groundwater.
a) At the epicenter, the groundwater level may decrease, and rise along the perimeter of the epicenter.
2. Above the epicenter of a future earthquake, there may be changes in geophysical fields (magnetic, electric, gravitational, etc.).
3. Foreshocks - subsidence of the earth's crust before the main earthquake, due to rarefaction between the earth's crust and magma.
4. Aftershocks - subsidence of the earth's crust after the main earthquake.
5. Aftershocks also appear after underground atomic explosions.
6. One of the causes of aftershocks may be the effect of plaster falling from the ceiling. This is when a massive piece of crust peels off from the inner side of the earth's crust and falls onto the core, due to which a void is formed between the earth's crust and a piece of crust, into which magma then rushes.
Stalactites https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stalactite
https://images.app.goo.gl/r5vbu3yMhya1c1pdA
The manifestations of volcanic earthquakes are almost indistinguishable from tectonic earthquakes. 90% of volcanoes are located in seismically active zones.
In Japan, an explosion of volcanic gases shattered a mountain 670 m high. In Indonesia, an explosion of a combustible mixture destroyed half of the volcano and caused earthquakes in several cities, and there are quite a few such facts.
https://uc.xyz/QWQvs?pub=link
Before the eruption of the geyser, the magma vortex stops moving, due to which the vacuum between the magma vortex and the Earth's crust increases. Then, the water descends on hot magma and as a result, a geyser erupts. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/1883_eruption_of_Krakatoa

The geological activity of planets depends on the diameter, axial and orbital velocity of the planets.
Geologically active are: Earth, Jupiter, Ceres, Enceladus, Io, etc. The geological activity of Venus and Mercury, due to the slow axial rotation, is extremely low. http://www.evgengusev.narod.ru/spb/zhirnov-2011.html
It is possible that solar activity is the result of the geological activity of the Sun, and sunspots are funnels of magma vortexes. https://uc.xyz/QWPLu?pub=link
Due to the rotation of the Earth, centrifugal force acts on the Earth's crust, but due to the orbital rotation of the Earth, the centrifugal force oscillates, due to which the earth's crust moves. It is also possible that the volume and mass of the Earth grows over the years.
As we can see, the weather above the Earth's crust depends on the speed and direction of rotation of cyclones and anticyclones, and the weather under the Earth's crust depends on the speed and direction of rotation of the magma vortex.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tornado_Alley
All physical processes that occur in the atmosphere occur both in the ocean and in the Earth's mantle.
"The laws of nature are universal!" (Lao Tzu)

Criticism of the tectonic hypothesis of earthquakes.
1. Why do earthquakes occur both at the junction of tectonic plates and in the center of the plate?
2. The statement that tectonic stress is accumulating in the earth's crust is questionable. (It is easy to check by putting experience).
3. Tectonic plates cannot have the properties of a spring or rubber.
4. Oscillations from earthquakes are transmitted in the form of seismic waves over a distance of more than 10 thousand km.
https://uc.xyz/QWIBs?pub=link
a) Then why do seismic waves not provoke earthquakes in other regions of the Earth? https://uc.xyz/QWIKu?pub=link
b) Why does an underground nuclear explosion not provoke earthquakes?
5. As a rule, volcanoes and earthquakes occur mainly in the foothills.
a) Why high in the mountains and far from the mountains, they are practically nonexistent?
b) Perhaps the intensity of earthquakes depends on the ability of the earth's crust to transmit gases? It is possible that it is higher in the foothills.
6. Why is the epicenter circular rather than elongated along the fault line? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ring_of_Fire
7. According to the tectonic hypothesis of earthquakes, a seismic wave moves in the Earth's crust. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seismic_wave
And according to the magma vortex hypothesis, a seismic tsunami wave moves under the Earth's crust.
https://youtu.be/9bJwTkruL0g https://youtu.be/1TIY6ZoV-Jk
8. After major earthquakes, a seismic wave goes around half of the globe. I believe that only a seismic tsunami wave, which moves under the Earth's crust, is capable of this. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/1897_Assam_earthquake
9. A volcano is a valve for dumping volcanic gases.
The statement that the volcanic eruption is the result of an increase in magma pressure does not correspond to reality, because the greater the magma pressure, the tighter the vent closes. The mouth of the volcano is a cone several kilometers long. For the vent to open, the cork of the volcano must move down and not up, and for this, a vacuum must form under the volcanic mountain. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Volcano
10. The statement that the plates move due to the temperature drop in the bowels of the Earth is questionable.
11. It is also doubtful that the plates can sink into the planet's mantle and reach the depths of the outer core.
12. If the lower lithospheric plates easily sink into the Earth's mantle, then during the creeping of the plates, the lower plate should easily sink down.
13. It is believed that the depth of the hypocenter reaches 700 km. Questions arise:
a) How do the plates interact at such a depth, given that the continental crust is about 30 km thick, and the oceanic one is 5 km thick?
b) How does the mechanism of transmission of seismic waves from the source to the epicenter at a distance of 700 km work?
c) According to the magma vortex theory of earthquakes, the diameter of the epicenter (pleistoseist region) depends on the diameter of the magma gate and reaches 100 km. And according to the tectonic hypothesis of earthquakes, the diameter of the epicenter depends on the depth of the source and should be more than 1000 km. What will be the diameter of the epicenter if the depth of the source is 700 km?
14. You can carry out a simple experiment if you move two rubber or wooden plates towards each other in a pool with water.
Continuation: Forum of Akademgorodok Novosibirsk. The science. https://forum.academ.club/index.php?showtopic=1235578
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Re: Magma vortex hypothesis about earthquakes.
« Reply #1 on: May 01, 2021, 09:32:20 AM »
Before the eruption of the geyser, the magma vortex stops moving, due to which the vacuum between the magma vortex and the Earth's crust increases. Then, the water descends on hot magma and as a result, a geyser erupts.
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Geyser_animation.gif

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Re: Magma vortex hypothesis about earthquakes.
« Reply #2 on: May 03, 2021, 03:11:38 AM »
The hypothesis presented can be easily tested if a firecracker is blown up under the ice.
https://youtu.be/UDLobrro2Ao https://youtu.be/zFdF6-qaPSA https://youtu.be/U7pNie2403A
After the earthquake, the epicenter is descended and compacted, so that air flow across the cracks decreases, and the gypocenter of the earthquake falls asleep.

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Re: Magma vortex hypothesis about earthquakes.
« Reply #3 on: May 07, 2021, 12:22:18 PM »
Regardless of where the explosion occurred, on ice, in ice or under ice, the seismic wave will move along the water.
Regardless of where the focus of the earthquake, on the crust, in the crust or under the crust of the Earth, the seismic wave will move along the mantle.

At the time of the volcano eruption, the volcanic mountain is pressed against the mantle, due to which seismic waves from the volcanic mountains run into different directions.
Stratovulkany. https://uc.xyz/r4kmy?pub=link