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Bubble Trouble

December 2, 2012

Moon-CratersEveryone take a look at the alignment of many of these craters on the moon. Do those look like a bunch of random asteroid impact strikes to you? Do you notice that many line up as tangent circles to each other. Do you really think big clumps of rock we call asteroids hurtling through space will gravitationally align themselves in perfectly round tangential spheres?  Or that random volcanic vents would do that? Does anybody see a fundamental error in judgement of what these are?

Would not these impacts or volcanism, if that is what they were, blow away evidence of the previous “impact” craters. Is this some new type of impact physics developed to explain kinder gentler asteroid impacts or volcanic eruptions?

I will tell you what these are. Dark Matter/Micro black holes in space are ultradense particles which form a bubble of gas (protons, electrons, neutrinos and other particles) around them.  Inside the bubble is an area of intense radiation triggering beta decay by the tearing of atoms near the surface of the particle at the center.

Many times these bubbles are clumped together in space due to their high densities and pressure forming tangent and overlapping clumped spheres or bubbles depending upon their pressures. They are orbiting through and around every planet and sun in this universe and will gradually over days, weeks and months decay all matter they orbit through.

soap_bubbles_rgbAt times of high densities of dark matter, the same effect will be happening on Earth, and according to my research this most likely triggered the last dark ages. It will be very hard to escape a sudden intense infestation of orbital dark matter other than to flee the area, escaping deadly proton radiation from nuclear beta decay. We need to check all sinkholes that form on Earth for ionizing radiation and seismic and magnetic signals.

The moon does not have an atmosphere so the particles will stay more closely clumped. In the Earth’s mass-energy dense atmosphere the particles will shoot out their own ion tails and enter in varying orbits and velocities depending upon their mass, but many times will orbit into the same relative area of Earth, creating multiple distrurbances in the same area.

hernando sinkholesThe Bayou Corne sinkhole had high levels of radon and ionizing radiation. Don’t just send a contractor in to repair a sinkhole until this testing is done. According to my model, the radiation will subside after the low pressure system arrives and the particle goes underground or the particle is annihilated, which may be months away.

I realize I am describing new science here, but it fits the behavior of this particle based upon my research.


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  1. Matt Smith permalink

    Hi, I am trying to contact you with some information about an event that took place on 11/27/12 just 50 miles away from the lastest Ohio sinkhole. I am wondering if your theory on dark matter could help explain what happened. What effect is there on the atmosphere above an impact sight? Thanks for your time. I hope the information that I have can help in some way. Please contact me when you are able.

    Matt Smith

    • Matt,

      Depending upon the velocity and mass of the particle, a few things can happen based upon my research.

      1) As the particle first enters the atmosphere, if at night it might resemble a streaking meteor and can take on a tail. Instead of being on fire it should either glow with possibly a bright nucleus and blue tail. This might only be seen at night. It will be travelling tens to hundreds of miles/second.

      2) It might create some sonic booms as it initally collapses atmospheric gasses and condenses water vapor around it.

      3) If it is daytime it can create a cloud contrail in the sky as well as possible rainbow/colored clouds.

      4) The particle should not make an explosion where it enters Earth, it will just pass in.

      5) Depending upon the orbit, it should orbit back around once approx. every 20-40 seconds and should gain in velocity as it gradually enters into a semi steady-state environment with the ionized gas around it and any booming or disturbances should stop. Massive particles will gravitationally lock into the Earth where it first enters and proceed to slowly beta decay the surrounding earth creating a sinkhole. It may continue to orbit for weeks and/or months

      If you were close to the ground it might sound like this video as it is collapsing gas around it

      It should continue to create some ionizing radiation surrounding where it entered the Earth in the center of the sinkhole as well as possible seismic and magnetic pulses with each orbit.

      Let me know and I could give you a quick call tomorrow


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