by Mitch Battros - Earth Changes Media
New research discoveries were recently released advocating my findings of a natural sequence of events related to the Sun-Earth connection. My extended hypothesis suggests our galaxy 'Milky Way' plays a key role.
Increase Charged Particles à Deceased Magnetic Field à Increase Outer Core Convection à Increase of Mantle Plumes Increase in Earthquake & Volcanoes à Cools Mantle and Outer Core à Return of Outer Core Convection (mitch battros 2012)
Recent discoveries suggest charged particles and their interplay with Earth's magnetic field has an effect far beneath the Earth's surface. Researcher Denis Andrault, a mineral physicist at Blaise Pascal University, whose work was recently published in the scientific journal 'Nature', shows hotspots form suggests that narrow streams of hot rock with large, mushroom-like heads known as mantle plumes push up from deep within the Earth.
The deepest are thought to rise from near the Earth's core and up through more than 1,800 miles of the Earth's mantle layer, pumping gigantic amounts of heat upward.
Some geologists have argued that Iceland originated from a mysterious cluster of heat far beneath the Pacific Ocean. As the Pacific plate drifted over this mantle plume, volcanoes arose on the ocean floor that eventually grew to become islands rising above the ocean surface.
To see whether mantle plumes might actually be the cau
se of volcanic hotspots, scientists used lab experiments to recreate the extreme conditions at the core-mantle boundary to see what material from that region could rise through hundreds of miles of rock.
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