Posted: Fri Feb 29, 2008 2:02 pm Post subject: Physcial evidence of a Plasma Discharge event? Reply with quote
OP "Axis Monday"
Superb find there
This is bit long, so much more could be said, but I think it is worth it and I hope it shows the EU Theory is on the right path as we can use it to predict what we expect to find. We may also be able to solve a puzzle that can not be explained by mainstream science and further our cause. The is delightfully called the “Morning Glory cloud”.
If we suspect that this electrical current is following the path of a past Plasma Discharge Event(s) then we would hope to see tell tale signs. This would have changed the land where “The current runs along fracture zones in sedimentary basins. The fracture zones, which formed as ancient plates of the Earth's crust collided”
It starts (or ends) at Broome which is a semi circular bay with lots of lichtenberg rivers coming off it, into a wide wadi cut into the landscape. At the top of the Wadi you see it moving off into the outback.
The current then goes down to the North of South Australia which would mean passing through Ayers Rock Area/Olgas. On the its path is Piccaninny, an impact crater.
The current then goes down into the north of SA where we find Coober Pedy, lakes and the Breakaways including "Salt and Pepper". If these are natural then please can a Geologist explain them.
Coober Pedy is famous for its Opals which are found just under the surface, like most precious Gemstones. The Opals (Diamonds, Gold, Coal etc.) have been created by an immense Plasma Dishcharge (Electrical Current) passing through the area.
It then goes up to the Gulf of Carpentaria. This has all the hallmarks of a PDE and quoting Wiki "The Gulf of Carpentaria is a large , shallow sea enclosed on three sides .... In geological terms, the Gulf is young - it was dry land as recently as the last ice age." The shallowness, I suspect, means it has been machined away like an impact crater and is it a Red Herring about it being dry before the last Ice Age? Do the Abos have any stories about its creation? Wiki says this "The end of the ice age was quite abrupt according to Aboriginal legends which talk of fish falling from the sky and tsunamis."
Near the Gulf of Carpentaria we find the 100km2 Riversleigh Fossil beds. These are found in the limestone and in caves. The area is also famous for its minerals and I think there is an "impact crater" in that area?
The other other branch mention goes from Birdsville through the Finders Range
If we need proof though there is always Wilpena Pound and also its gap. Just look at this photo http://www.livingtravel.com
and it says "the Pound is sedimentary rock in the form of a large syncline, with the fold axis running NNW-SSE through Edeowie Gorge at the northern end and Rawnsley Bluff at the southern end." I guess that is roughly along the line of the current? Again we find fossils and everything we expect to see.http://www.livingtravel.com/australia/s ... eneral.htm
also shows immense images of the Pound, so much there.
The question I have about the Plasma Discharge that caused this is did it start at the Gulf of Carpentaria then split off into 2 parts, one going to Adelaide and the other to Broome, or, was it 2 that joined up and went the other way?
On a personal note my main memory of Broome was getting a crate of beers, getting ourselves well drunk and hot before jumping in the crystal clear sea to cool off. Only problem was that the sea seemed hotter than being on the beach! Another few stubbies solved that.