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Methane Hydrate Frequency - Dissociation; Discussion 06-02-10

Methane Hydrate Frequency - Dissociation; Discussion 06-02-10

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Published by Vincent J. Cataldi
Question:.....should we worry about the Chicxulub/ Gulf area as a sort of caldera......(not a direct quote) ?

Short answer: YES! YES! YES!

Long answer :-D
Here's why. The cool part is I thought of none of this until you asked about the gulf/Chicxulub, talk about synchronocity!

When you posted your note on super volcanoes and mentioned Yellowstone I went into a long winded diatribe on my own research in the possibility of a Axis of Convection around which the earths core and mantel rotate. The north pole of this axis seems to be near 39 N 120 E.
I won't repeat the Hyperdimentional aspects of that here, anyone interested can read my original that you reposted. It's the one that starts:

" Vincent I'm glad you mentioned Yellowstone...."

At the time I had not read your speculation on Chicxulub and the surrounding area. At the present time Chicxulub is near 19.5 north. This is interesting in itself from a tetrahedral standpoint.

Question:.....should we worry about the Chicxulub/ Gulf area as a sort of caldera......(not a direct quote) ?

Short answer: YES! YES! YES!

Long answer :-D
Here's why. The cool part is I thought of none of this until you asked about the gulf/Chicxulub, talk about synchronocity!

When you posted your note on super volcanoes and mentioned Yellowstone I went into a long winded diatribe on my own research in the possibility of a Axis of Convection around which the earths core and mantel rotate. The north pole of this axis seems to be near 39 N 120 E.
I won't repeat the Hyperdimentional aspects of that here, anyone interested can read my original that you reposted. It's the one that starts:

" Vincent I'm glad you mentioned Yellowstone...."

At the time I had not read your speculation on Chicxulub and the surrounding area. At the present time Chicxulub is near 19.5 north. This is interesting in itself from a tetrahedral standpoint.

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 Today at 3:57am| Edit Note | Delete  Vincent Cataldi Richard C. Hoagland: methane hydrate frequency - dissociationwww.facebook.comwww.facebook.comSunday at 9:52pm · Comment · Unlike · ShareYou and Kathleen Marcelli like this.Vincent Cataldi Deepwater Horizon - Draft 1.Ahttp://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=391702826491 Sunday at 9:52pm ·Greg Ahrens Vincent, that ultrasound idea sounds good. Bust up those pesky methane hydrate "ice cubes" just like kidney stones!Sunday at 10:47pm ·Vincent Cataldi Greg:That is the method to make them explosively unstable;I think this is what Roo found HAARP doing; why the 'deep' pressures are surging wildly; belching to clear the vertical rise of the wells in the Gulf, and North Sea; if so, a cascade potential threatens -especially if energized by 'ultrasound'.Monday at 12:36am ·Roo Reindeer Your discussion of what amounts to "inter-related non-linear' uncertainties and phase changes is very important. Particularly with people throwing the idea of nukes around. I see from thismap here that the gulf is one area where considerable sources of MH have been located.http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2008/05/could-methane-t/ you will notice two locations in the gulf, pert near the DH drilling site! How convienient.There are numerous articles relating to runaway release of methane from warming MH deposits. It really doesn't matter to what cause you attribute global warming. The release of methane will make itway worse. Although probably not this bad:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Permian-Triassic_extinction_event Destabilzation of these deposits could be far worse then just the current oil mess. But that raises a new paranoid possibility that the release of that methane may be a goal of this "event".As far as anything involving HARRP (see disclaimer below) and methane release I hadn't considered that. Stupid me! It might be possible to do that without anyone even really noticing since unlikeearthquakes and volcanoes, it could be a slow subtle heating that would raise no flags until it popped off.Disclaimer: The "HARRP" I have been writing about has no relationship to the well known "HAARP" organization. Superficial resemblence to HAARP or any other organization living or dead, real or imaginary is purely coincidental. Like a lot of other things.Monday at 1:11am ·Greg Ahrens OOPS. I was thinking of breaking up the methane hydrates that were clogging the first containment dome attempt.But clearly this whole business of extracting volatile fluids and gases from that depth below the ocean surface is crazy.I thought the CBS 60 Minutes piece said the Deepwater Horizon experiment was the deepest offshore well ever attempted. I have not been able to verify that yet.I came across another attempt at an even greater depth.Shell Oil has a rig called the "Perdido Spar" off the coast of Texas near Galveston that is attempting to drill in 9,000 feet of water and another 8,000 feet of mud, salt, and rock below that.And get this: the portion of the rig called the spar, below the water surface (not including the riser pipes) has a height (or depth) of 555 feet.That just happens to be the height of the (Masonic) Washington Monument .This one rig will be attempting to service a field the size of Houston. Certainly one to keep an eye on. I also recommend prayers.,,,,,http://www.popsci.com/scitech/article/2009-02/extreme-engineering-deepest-oil-well Monday at 1:40am ·Storm Thor its good you guys have this all figured out ...Monday at 1:40am ·Vincent Cataldi Greg: I understood exactly what you were thinking - a logical first thought; I am very pleased you engaged seriously to help with what I see potentially as an important issue for team-work to consider.Roo: I've been waiting for you :)I began my 'flash' education explicitly for the reason you state; I saw people "Giving Up" with statements like 'How could it be any worse'?, and 'Russia is laughing at us';I got in their face every time, this was not an acceptable "public opinion" to me, and I made sure Everyone knew my position: but it was only my hunch initially.I worked to Spell Out for all to read, the complexities of unknowns - spent two days researching to prove myself wrong - I could not; with my amateur view, we can not accept a 'nice little nuke' toquickly solve our problem - no quick fix here - and it may not have finished "starting" to look ugly.I suspect this Concept IS related to what you discovered - yet only you are truly qualified to tell us if I am wrong with certainty; so I did research, compiling data so you could most easily give us allanother assessment - an opinion I and others respect greatly.My question: can (should) we view the highly fractured Gulf of Mexico Impact Zone (Chicxulub Impact Crater ??), now ringed with (oil/gas producing) bore holes (vents), as a virtual "Caldera" ringed by virtual volcanoes; covered by an "explosive" cap of stratified rock embedded with temperamental MH - the virtual caldera cap over the virtual lava dome - and if no - why not ?One can envision for use the MH 'locked' precariously in the rock strata, from the ocean floor down to the crude oil/gas reservoir, as a blasting cap; a primer cascading to envelope the entire fracturedcircumference of, highly pressurized - explosively saturated - crude (lava) vault; which if 'energized properly' (naturally or otherwise) could flash-over as a grease fire of enormous scale ?
 
------------------------------------------------------------------"No supervolcano has erupted in recorded human history, but geologists have pieced together what an explosion must have been like. First, a plume of heat wells up from deep within the planet andmelts rock just beneath the crust of the Earth, creating a vast chamber filled with a pressurized mix of magma, semisolid rock, and dissolved water vapor, carbon dioxide, and other gases. As additionalmagma accumulates in the chamber over thousands of years, the land above begins to dome upward by inches. Fractures open along the dome's edges, as if burglars were sawing a hole from beneath awooden floor. When the pressure in the magma chamber is released through the fractures, the dissolved gases suddenly explode in a massive, runaway reaction. It's like "opening the Coke bottle after you've shaken it," says Bob Christiansen, a U.S. Geological Survey scientist who pioneered research on the Yellowstone volcano in the 1960s. With the magma chamber emptied, the surface collapses.The entire domed region simply falls into the planet, as though the Earth were consuming itself. Left behind is a giant caldera, from the Spanish word for "cauldron." "------------------------------------------------------------------Under Yellowstone — Interactive — National Geographic Magazinengm.nationalgeographic.comBeneath Yellowstone Park a monstrous plume of hot rock is causing the earth to heave and tremble. Past volcanoes have erupted with a thousand times the power of Mount St. Helens. The future isanybody’s guess.http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2009/08/yellowstone/yellowstone-interactive Under Yellowstone, Magma Pocket 20% Larger Than Thoughtnews.nationalgeographic.comThe massive column of molten rock that feeds the park's volcano dives deeper and fills a magma chamber bigger than previous estimates, according to the most detailed model yet of the region's plumbing.http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2009/12/091215-yellowstone-volcano-magma-plume-larger.html Looking inside the structure of the Yellowstone Caldera : Eruptions scienceblogs.comHi! You're looking at Eruptions, a blog dedicated to volcanism. Your host is Dr. Erik Klemetti, a geologist who spends most of his professional time thinking about magma. Looking for info on thelatest ...http://scienceblogs.com/eruptions/2010/02/the_structure_of_calderas.php Monday at 3:34am ·Vincent Cataldi Vincent Cataldi -> Richard C. Hoagland: Deepwater Horizon - Draft 1.Ahttp://www.facebook.com/posted.php?id=213984790088&share_id=124936820863159&comments=1#s124936820863159 Monday at 4:02am ·Aaron Bathols Vince....I appluad your tireless, informative research.Monday at 4:04am ·Vincent Cataldi Insightful Insanity - realized :)Monday at 4:06am ·Vincent CataldiAll the Seismograms around the planet went crazy - UPDATEDhttp://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=391178956491 Monday at 4:52am ·Vincent CataldiAll the Seismograms around the planet went crazy - GRAPHShttp://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=15351&id=100000360291470&l=82839344a3 Monday at 6:12am ·Roo Reindeer Vincent:Those seismograms are showing the results of a magnitude 6 in the Phillipines.http://www.iris.edu/seismon/last30.html Most of them are the normal response of a large quake. The time delays for the arrival at each station look resonable with regard to distance from the center. I don't know yet if any of the precedingtraces show a precursor or not. I'm looking at them now.If you look at the post I put further up the page you will see how the precursor data can "disappear". This actually is an innocent artifact of the plotting process, but can be very annoying. I was lookingat some Norway station annomilies with a period of 18.5 to 20 hours..hmmm..when I first noticed it.Monday at 12:33pm ·Vincent Cataldi Roo:Thanks; I saved each page individually, and did not also save the image; i hoped that posting one of my many folders of graphs thumbnails - unknown time and date - may prompt you to help me getwhat we need to post :)I do suspect I saved the Ionosphere data for the events properly, so I did not yet post those - but if you can or wish to pass this along too - please.If I knew where you hid your doorbell; I would have quietly asked more directly with private diplomacy.Monday at 1:49pm ·Roo Reindeer Vincent: I couldn't see anything obvious this time.The only oddball stuff is:ADK Aliutians, Alaska, which is near the you now what transmitter went off just at the start of the Philippine quake, to the minute. it's still off 9.5 hours later.KONO Norway had strange slow pulses going back to yesterday. I was looking at them beacause they had a group rate of 18-20 hours. But they continue now after the Philippine quake as well.SDV Venezuela looks like somebody really doen't like poor Hugo!But none of that shows up on the rest of the Carabean sites. Looks like selective targeting ;-)
 
 Nothing on the Ion stuff either but I don't think that will show up till the 12th or so.Looks like a natural one, they do happen sometimes :(ADK going offline at 1016 looks interesting though.Monday at 2:28pm ·Roo Reindeer Vincent: Glad you brought up Yellowstone. and other super volcanoes. There are other major hotspots that tie into that as well. They seem to be distributed near a great circle path that can be used to define a "new" equator and an axis of rotation offset from the normal polar axis. I have determined that this axis would have a north pole located at approx 39 deg lat, and 110-120 long. Notexact but close.The really interesting thing is that the Hawaiin hotspot basically remains near the same 19.5 latitude. If you subject the lat-lon coordinate grid of a sphere to an arbitrary rotation you will find that onlyONE point retains it's old latitude co-ordinate in the new co-ordinate system, this is the point that you would be rotating the grid system around.(two points retain their old latitude, 0 deg, if you rotate itaround a point located on the equator, but that is a special case).This axis causes so many geophysical features to line up on lines of latitude and longitude in the new system in a natural way that I am inclined to think it may represent a natural Axis of Convection for mantel currents in the earth. The core and mantel may rotate about this offset axis. The Hawaiin hotspot remains at the tetrahedrally important latitude of 19.5 in both systems. The fact that it links themtogether may have hyperdimensional consequences.If the two axies were to be aligned it's possible that the flow of energy from higher dimensions postulated in RCH's Hyperdimensional Physics model could vastly increase. This alignment of "real" and"hyperdimensional" axes of rotation could be the key to the idea of exploding planets, and the reason the sun puts out it's energy. It's axes seem to almost line up. The normal axis of sunspots (hotspots,that trace it's inner convective dynamics) lies closer to the physical rotation axis. Our rotational and convective axis seem to be misaligned by roughly 39 deg. Interesting coincidence again :-) Perhaps inthe case of a super-nova you have perfect alignment...whoopee.If a slow drift of this internal axis, whether at random or somehow linked to rotation around the galaxy or whatever (rotation,rotation,rotation again; the key to higher dimensional flow, masonic 500 etc;-) were to bring them closer to alignment it could explain a lot of geophysical activity.Assume for the moment that the present 39 degree offset has been there for a long time and is "safe". Ie our temperature remains near 300 kelvin. Further assume that a near true alignment would lightup the earth like the sun, at least 4000 kelvin even at the surface. If the absolute temperature were proportional to the tangent of the angle of the latitude of the Convective Pole a change of 5 deg wouldchange the average temperature by 20%, that's roughly 60 kelvin. Our average temp would be 85 C instead of 25. 185 F !!To change the temp by 20 F, and goodbye icecaps at the very least, would require only about a 10 kelvin increase in absolute temperature that's 3%. The angle would only have to change to 39.8deg....only 0.8 frickking degrees of offset from the present.This is only about 55 miles of travel on the surface.In the process of this core axis shifting a natural consequence would be much more geological activity due to stress induced by torque on the crust which continues to rotate about the "normal" axis. Soyou get a double whammy, overal rise in temperatures and much more geophysical activity of a destructive nature.Last but not least, due to the non linearity of trigonometric functions, if the axial offset is depedent on some sort of galactic positioning, it is possible that the rate of shifting could increase radically in asort time span. And it would not take much of a shift to make a big change to begin with.Most polar shift theories assume you have to shift the whole axis of the earth 30 deg or more (~2000 miles) to have any kind of climatic affect. Questions of how to do this without MAJOR destruction,way past the "end of civilization" level get ignored. There are also questions of conservation of angular momentum etc that tend to get dismissed with handwaving. But if a very small shift in the axis of rotation of the core only is required, with the effects being multiplied by hyperdimensional energy coupling, those objections to "pole shifting" drop away. It just depends whose pole you are shifting.That reminds me of a lap dancer I once knew who....oops wrong forum. I digress. Time to shut up.Monday at 4:33pm ·Vincent Cataldi [PDF] Methane Hydrates in CSEM Surveys - Analysis of a Recent Data Examplehttp://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&ct=res&cd=1&ved=0CBIQFjAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.emgs.com%2Fcontent.ap%3FthisId%3D417&ei=ISwETKLfFI7SNcTu-Ts&usg=AFQjCNH0FUaTbRV4iAjaEAK3xS--PIvxhw&sig2=WF_qIamWHQzzkaeNJqSxSA Monday at 4:40pm ·Roo Reindeer Damn it. Asleep at the switch again on the last 6.4 in India, you can't take your eye off of the earth for a minute these days. Back to the plots.Monday at 7:56pm ·Roo Reindeer Wouldn't ya know it this one occured at 1951 GMT close to lat 11 lon 93. Poor tetrahedral victims. ....why do these numbers keep dropping in like this?Monday at 8:02pm ·Vincent Cataldi Roo : if this is not known to you, I suggest you try it: no windows install - tiny - visual too sweet to describe - set mag and date limits - spin the globe - watch the sequence as they runaround the ring of fire; look through the globe, draw angles to the center, get depths. I love it !!Download Earthquake 3D EQuake3D.exeEARTHQUAKE 3D 2.26 posts - 4 authors - Last post: May 12, 2003Earthquake3D ( Equake3D.exe) is a simple executable program. ... executable Equake3D.exe. It looks like the first screenshot and is not just ...www.pcreview.co.uk/forums/thread-1965704.php............................................................RE seismographs and ionosphere data: I am looking for the images from the 10:10 event on the 25th; am I hunting for the proper images - or better stated what one or more dates and times should Isearch for please? - I did try to save but got empty html shells - so I am on the hunt !Yesterday at 3:58am ·Vincent Cataldi All the Seismograms around the planet went crazy - UPDATED 06-01-10http://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=391178956491 Yesterday at 4:14am ·Vincent CataldiRoo:Chief: you too please, comment if you can; else I must assume an official: "No Comment"I pull my final question 'out of context' from the end of this post and paste it immediately below to attract more visibility;to seek more comments too.

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