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Monday, August 01, 2011

Mount Etna erupts on 30th July 2011

hi
Please note Mt Etna erupted on predicted date 30th July 2011.
The theory of tidal pull and momentum changes in a nutshell is like this
1) There is hot molten magma inside the earth,below the crust
2)The volume of this magma is huge, roughly 3000 odd kms
3)Compared to oceans ,having depth only few kms,this is huge fluid
4)There occurs high tide and low tide inside the crust,exactly like one in oceans
5)On given date when tidal pull is maximum,and have momentum chnage(due to direction change of major planets) this magma breaks the crust
6) If the crust is broken partially.quake occurs.
7) More the pull, more the magnitude of quake
8) If the pressure inside ,comes directly under dorment volcano mouth,it break open the mouth and eruption occurs
9) If eruption occurs on given date ,the quake will be of lesser magnitude than expected( as some of the pressure is released)
Time and again we have noticed that the major quakes and eruption occurs simultenously( the infamous Iceland volcano eruption which have closed the airspace was on the date of major quake in China)
But ...But ... we are not ready to believe this.

4 comments:

Roger Hunter said...

Amit;

We don't believe it for a good reason; it isn't true.

The mantle is not liquid, it is hot rock, hot enough to be plastic to some degree but not liquid.

The outer core is liquid but under too much pressure to behave as you suggest.

Roger

AMIT said...

Roger
USGS says ,sometimes there is co relation between 6+ quakes and eruption
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http://volcanoes.usgs.gov/about/faq/faqerupt.php#effect

Q: Is there a relationship between large earthquakes (>M 6) that occur along major fault zones and nearby volcanic eruptions?
A: Sometimes, yes. A few historic large regional earthquakes (>M 6) are considered by scientists to be related to a subsequent eruption or to some type of unrest at a nearby volcano. The exact triggering mechanism for these historic examples is not well understood, but the volcanic activity probably occurs in response to a change in the local pressure surrounding the magma reservoir system as a consequence of (1) severe ground shaking caused by the earthquake; or (2) a change in the "strain" or pressure in the Earth's crust in the region surrounding where the earthquake occurred.
Amit

Roger Hunter said...

Amit;

You don't see the difference between what you said and what they said?

Roger

AMIT said...

Mt Etna may erupt on 20/21st or 26/27thoctober 2011(as it is about to erupt -as per report)
Amit