It Is Time To Cast a Worried Eye
Larry Park and Marshall Masters
What Are Geologists Saying?
Although words are carefully stated, some media reports from geologist's commentary is not exactly relevant and may be misleading to the public. It
is understandable a sensitivity to public alarm and economic concerns. It is also understandable science lacks the technology to truly see the dynamics
. However, many lives are at risk and it should not be up to debate over theory. Debate over theory is fine for astronomy — not for a supervolcano.
Gazette Wyoming Bureau, June 1, 2003
Scientists have only theories about why activity is
Yellowstone National Park
"Just south of Norris basin is a bulge in the earth about 28 miles across and 7 miles deep that has pushed
the ground up more the 5 inches since 1996, according to research by Chuck Wicks, a geophysicist with the U.S. Geological Survey in Menlo Park, Calif. That kind of movement of the earth in the Norris uplife, also
documented by University of Utah geologist Bob Smith, is considered rapid in the persspective of geologic time."
"The discovery came as a shock to geologists who, until
then, only know of two ‘resurgent domes' in the caldera that slowly puffed up and down with the underground movement of hot water and magma."
"Is the swelling ground south of Norris related to
recent activity like the return of Steamboat (geyser) and hotter temperatures?
There are theories, but no conclusive answers."
‘Wicks said it seems likely there's a connection between the inflating land and episodes at Norris, including recent Steamboat eruptions"
"With so much of this, we just don't know,' Heasler
said. ‘But that doesn't mean it can't be discovered."
Scientists were puzzled at how the magma chamber in this bulge at 7 miles down could transfer the heat to geyser systems near the surface. It was
discussed of a form of deep cracks or fissures, but this was commented as ‘but that's a long pipeline'. What isn't considered is how the earth can heat
the upper crust by scalar energy — no pipeline or fissure needed (although faults & fissures are natural scalar resonators).
Perhaps the most confusing - or potential of - commentary from a geologist in media regarding ‘activity 125 miles deep'. Geologists have strong
data indicating that the magma chambers at Yellowstone range very close to the surface (estimates from geologic reports range from 1 to 3 miles in some areas — this from earthquake P wave data,
gravitometric data, and from lack of earthquake occurrence below these numbers, indicates ductile material consistent with magmatic
entities, although temperature may not be fully fluidic state). Scientists also know that large earthquakes are able to disturb the large magma chambers
at Yellowstone. This was demonstrated by the recent effects from Mag 7.9 Denali earthquake in Alaska. Although true the lithospheric Moho
discontinuity may range to 125 miles down, readers of comment of ‘activity 125 miles deep' may infer that magma has to move all of this distance
before being at risk of eruption. Clearly this is not the case — the magma is already poised in threatening chambers.
"This is not Volcanic"
Another consistent comment quoted of geologists: "This is not volcanic".
Simply, all of the activity in or near a supervolcano is ‘volcanic'. The key is knowing the true dynamics of the earth (model & data), and the proper
interpretation of activity. This determines the threat level any activity indicates. What is missing in mainstream science is the full access to the
earth generated scalar energy and how it IS tied together.
Destiny Comes To Those Who
Listen, and Fate Finds The Rest
The bottom line is this, the transformation of the crust rigidity from scalar harmonic resonance is now happening beneath the feet of those living in
and near the Yellowstone Park area. It cannot be felt under foot and conventional science has only been able to monitor it through indirect
artifacts like geysers, temperature increases, land deformation, and steam vents. With these data collection methods, the possible amount of time for
an advance warning is less than optimal, not including the political ramifications, which will only serve to slow the warning once the scientific
data has been ascertained. However, through scalar resonance monitoring, the whole systemic processes now building beneath Yellowstone paint a very clear picture of a major eruption event in its early stages.
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History and fiction are filled with accounts of warning signs that were ignored, or downplayed by those charged with monitoring those precursors
for the purpose of sounding an alarm. The story line always follows the classic formula. Those who monitor precursor events are silenced or
suppressed, by those who delegated their own personal responsibility for being aware, by making it someone else's job. In the final analysis however, Mother Nature could care less who is responsible.
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