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Liesegang Cavities: 7 – Seismic Forked Tongue

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Trawling through the mainstream documentation it becomes apparent that Earth Scientists have to operate in a bi-polar world where there is one set of Settled Science covering the Earth’s Crust and another set of Settled Science governing the Earth’s Mantle … Continue reading

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Liesegang Cavities: 6 – Omori’s Seismic Cascade

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When the mainstream talks about seismic waves they usually focus upon a single big earthquake and generally seem to ignore the smaller aftershocks. An aftershock is a smaller earthquake that occurs after a previous large earthquake, in the same area … Continue reading

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Liesegang Cavities: 5 – Antipodal Hotspot

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Mainstream Earth Scientists tend to view Hotspots as “anomalously hot”. In geology, the places known as hotspots or hot spots are volcanic regions thought to be fed by underlying mantle that is anomalously hot compared with the surrounding mantle. They … Continue reading

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Liesegang Cavities: 4 – A Tale of Two Models

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There are finite limits on the knowledge of Earth Scientists. For example, the deepest borehole drilled into the Earth only reached a depth of 12,262 metres. The Kola Superdeep Borehole is the result of a scientific drilling project of the … Continue reading

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Liesegang Cavities: 3 – The Ringing Wet Earth

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The beauty of Georgi Gladyshev’s Liesegang Cosmology is that a small nodule of agate [which contains a central cavity i.e. a geode] is a natural As Above – So Below analogue for a silica planet. The Agate Analogue for the … Continue reading

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Liesegang Cavities: 2 – The Ringing Moon

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The beauty of Georgi Gladyshev’s Liesegang Cosmology is that a small nodule of agate [which contains a central cavity i.e. a geode] is a natural As Above – So Below analogue for a silica planet. The Agate Analogue for the … Continue reading

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Liesegang Cavities: 1 – Hollow Rocks

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Liesegang Rings have vexed mainstream scientists for over a hundred years. Liesegang rings are a phenomenon seen in many, if not most, chemical systems undergoing a precipitation reaction, under certain conditions of concentration and in the absence of convection. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liesegang_ringsContinue reading

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Liesegang Rings: 5 – Geological Quicksand

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The previous post examined the entertainment biologists have enjoyed exploiting this confusion regarding the Liesegang Phenomena. Now the fun really begins because geologists have really enjoyed misdirecting the public over Liesegang Rings while quietly ignoring the wider Liesegang Phenomena. The … Continue reading

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