After seeing a few incidences of boulders jammed in crevices leading up out of the Sooke River, and having the multi-layer, disk type pebbles jammed in between the boulder and bedrock, it dawned on me what was happening here. Can anyone else think what might be going on?
The evidence for electro-magnetic forces being responsible much of Earths geomorphology is so obvious, to my mind anyway, that it is time for some serious scientific investigation to be performed. I have been pooh-poohed by both a geologist and petrologist, people who I though of as friends, when suggesting an alternative to the standard methods of the origins of the landforms, rivers and streams and the rocks around here. Not surprising really I suppose, but that just makes me even more determined to show the validity of an EM geomorphology, so, in keeping with my tag line, a new model must be created. One with scientific proof rather than opinion, which is what geology seems to be based on.
― HippocratesThere are in fact two things, science and opinion; the former begets knowledge, the latter ignorance.
So what science, and relevant experiments, would be required to show that such EM processes are valid? I imagine it would take some quite powerful energetic events to convert the magmatic bedrock to what appear to be deep metamorphic boulders, but maybe a small pebble would be possible? I'll contact some of the industrial companies who deal with high power EMP processes and try to put together an experiment, if it is at all scientifically and financially viable, but I think military surplus equipment might be enough. If the 256 kW magnetron I can get is not enough to use as one component, well, a rethink might be necessary, but that is yet to be determined.
EMP shocking has been suggested for the creation of meteoric materials, and mechanical shocking is being used to create novel materials for assorted scientific projects, but I have seen nothing yet about EMP shocking and rock metamorphosis. Pulsed electric fields for shattering is used, so those guys will surely be worth contacting.
Constraints on Nubular Electromagnetic Pulses
I have put up a few more images on Picassa which I think demonstrate the effects of strong electric/magnetic fields and shock pulsing, any feedback welcome. This project may not get too much attention until our weather sours, still some field work time left yet, but I will at least make some initial enquiries to determine the feasibility of the experiments.
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