as with the atmospheric holes found in the Dynamic Explorer-1 images, those found in the Polar spacecraft's images also show a greater number of impacts during the morning hours as compared to the evening hours. This provides yet further confirmation that the holes are indeed real and not instrumental artifacts. If the holes were an artifact, then their appearance in the images should not be dependent on the time of day.
Kimberlite genesis is linked to disruptions in the Earth’s electrical field caused by the approach of large meteoritic bodies, as well as their mechanical impact with the Earth. Previous work suggests that subterranean electrical discharges may not only cause earthquakes but also trigger the eruption of kimberlite. Here it is proposed that these disruptions of the Earth’s internal electrical field are the result of external factors affecting the Earth’s electric field, such as the close approach of a large meteoritic body. It is also suggested that cryptoring structures may have a similar genesis, as they appear to have a spatial association with kimberlite diatreme fields.
The proposed model of kimberlite genesis by near-Earth intruder interaction suggested by the author is based on four separate groups of data. Until recently, each particular group showed no logical connection with the other three, but when considered collectively all appear related.
Group 1. Subterranean electrical discharges
Group 2. Meteoritic bodies (MBs) as sources of electric fields
Group 3. Structural independence of diatreme zones and fields
Group 4. Spatial-temporal connections of ring explosive structures and diatreme fields and zones
Thus, the geological consequences of the interaction between large MBs with the Earth are not limited to mechanical impact, but may also result from electrical stresses in the atmosphere and the Earth’s crust, producing seismicity, local partial melting of the mantle and the eruption of kimberlites to the Earth’s surface.
ASTEROID UPDATE: Last week when asteroid 2008 TC3 entered Earth's atmosphere over Sudan, "classified assets" were watching. Without naming names, the US government has released a summary of what they saw: "Sensors aboard US satellites detected the impact of a bolide over Africa on 7 October 2008 at 02:45:40 UT. Initial observations put the object at 65.4 km altitude at 20.9o N, 31.4o E. The object detonated at an altitude of approximately 37 km at 20.8o N, 32.2o E. The total radiated energy was approximately 4.0X1011 joules, equivalent to ~0.1 kilotons of TNT."
Meteor showers and individual streaks of light that flash across the sky every night are generated when tiny flecks of celestial detritus, often no larger than grains of sand or pebbles, burn up while speeding through the atmosphere.
In contrast, the blasts seen by the military satellites are produced when speeding objects up to the size of large houses are heated to incandescence and then explode about 17 to 20 miles above Earth.
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