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When The Gold You Behold was Created from a Fold (In the Universe…)

June 7, 2013

mayan_front_final_I have already spent months explaining to you how these ripples in our quantum vacuum field from these strings and particles (the diameter of a proton) expelled from our Sun can create Earthquakes through Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR) and low pressure in the atmosphere from vacuum evaporation and vacuum condensing.  I happen to have spent a good part of my career designing/modifying vacuum evaporators (for evaporating liquids), vacuum condensers (for generating power from a steam turbine generator) and hot condensate flash tanks.  That is reason I have now rid myself of my own baggage about our world and see it in its own crazy quantum beauty, wrinkles, warts and all.

So here is a new study linking Earthquakes to Precious Metal production.  I agree with the connection and the flash evaporation, I don’t quite agree with the process they are describing, but they are close, I added my comments in paranthesis

Earthquakes have the Midas touch, a new study claims.

Water in faults vaporizes (through vacuum evaporation) during an earthquake, depositing gold, according to a model published in the March 17 issue of the journal Nature Geoscience. The model provides a quantitative mechanism for the link between gold and quartz seen in many of the world’s gold deposits, said Dion Weatherley, a geophysicist at the University of Queensland in Australia and lead author of the study.

When an earthquake strikes (caused by strings of dark/vacuum energy), it moves along a rupture in the ground — a fracture called a fault. Big faults can have many small fractures along their length, connected by jogs that appear as rectangular voids. Water often lubricates faults, filling in fractures and jogs.

About 6 miles (10 kilometers) below the surface, under incredible temperatures and pressures, the water carries high concentrations of carbon dioxide, silica and economically attractive elements like gold (confabulation, it is transmuted along the path).

Shake, rattle and gold

hishikari gold veinDuring an earthquake, the fault jog suddenly opens wider. It’s like pulling the lid off a pressure cooker: The water inside the void instantly vaporizes (through vacuum evaporation along the particle string’s path), flashing to steam and forcing silica, which forms the mineral quartz, and gold (actually it is transmuted from LENR) out of the fluids and onto nearby surfaces, suggest Weatherley and co-author Richard Henley, of the Australian National University in Canberra.

While scientists have long suspected that sudden pressure drops (from vacuum strings) could account for the link between giant gold deposits and ancient faults, the study takes this idea to the extreme, said Jamie Wilkinson, a geochemist at Imperial College London in the United Kingdom, who was not involved in the study.

“To me, it seems pretty plausible (Not without strings of vacuum energy). It’s something that people would probably want to model either experimentally or numerically in a bit more detail to see if it would actually work,” Wilkinson told OurAmazingPlanet.

Previously, scientists suspected fluids would effervesce(confabulation – they are vacuum evaporating/flashing), bubbling like an opened soda bottle, during earthquakes or other pressure changes. This would line underground pockets with gold. Others suggested minerals would simply accumulate slowly over time.

Weatherley said the amount of gold left bgoldehind after an earthquake is tiny, because underground fluids carry at most only one part per million of the precious element. But an earthquake zone like New Zealand’s Alpine Fault, one of the world’s fastest, could build a mineable deposit in 100,000 years, he said.

Surprisingly, the quartz doesn’t even have time to crystallize, the study indicates. Instead, the mineral comes out of the fluid in the form of nanoparticles, perhaps even making a gel-like substance on the fracture walls. The quartz nanoparticles then crystallize over time.

Even earthquakes smaller than magnitude 4.0, which may rattle nerves but rarely cause damage, can trigger flash vaporization (vacuum evaporation), the study finds.

“Given that small-magnitude earthquakes are exceptionally frequent in fault systems (our quantum field), this process may be the primary driver for the formation of economic gold deposits,” Weatherley told OurAmazingPlanet.

The vacuum is both the creator and destroyer in our world, God has a loyal servant.


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