Evidencias incómodas. Parte III: Anomalías Geológicas.


En esta ocasión, publicamos las anomalias geológicas. Al igual que las anteriores, los códigos referencian todas aquellas que son objeto de censura en las publicaciones científicas oficiales.

El mero hecho de su formulación, implica la evidencia de su conocimiento. Recomendamos una lectura detallada.

Destacamos en negrita aquellas que más nos han llamado la atención:

Si relacionamos algunas de ellas, como por ejemplo: EZP (Paleomagnetismo),evidencias de reversiones históricas cíclicas, con ECG3, anomalías en el manto, y EQD, anomalías en el núcleo, así como evidencias de cráteres cíclicos, ESB, evidencias de extinciones masivas periódicas -cíclicas RSP, evidencias de reactores de Fissión naturales, ETL, Evidencias de anomalías en la formación de continentes….Tenemos muy claro que el CO2 no es la causa, pero hay mucho más. El cinturón de fotones, el sistema binario, los desastres climáticos cíclicos, la actividad sísmica y su correlación con la actividad solar, TGTRPT, etc…La lista no tiene desperdicio, y concuerda con las dos anteriores.

Una sugerencia. Probad a relacionar causas-efectos entre ellas.

  EC   Chemical and Physical Anomalies associated with inner Earth

ECC CHEMICAL ANOMALIES

  • ECC1   Anomalous Abundances of Some Noble Gases

ECD DEEP-DRILLING DISCOVERIES

  • ECD1   Drilling Truth Confounds Surface Science

ECG STRUCTURAL ANOMALIES INDICATED BY GRAVITATIONAL ANOMALIES

  • ECG1   Remarkable Gravity Anomalies
  • ECG2   Gravity Trends That Challenge the Continent-Accretion Model
  • ECG3   Gravity Data Indicating Large Mantle Inhomogeneities
  • ECG4   Anomalous Gravity Signals Following Earthquakes

ECH HEAT-FLOW ANOMALIES

  • ECH1   Mid-Plate Volcanism
  • ECH2   Hawaiian Hot-Spot Tracks
  • ECH3   Dearth of Continental Hot Spots
  • ECH4   Non-Random Distribution of Hot Spots
  • ECH5   Thermal Plumes Correlated with Other Geophysical Activity
  EQ   SEISMIC PROBING OF INNER EARTH

EQA LOCALIZED STRUCTURES IN THE CORE AND MANTLE

  • EQA1   Stratification of Basement Rocks
  • EQA2   Deep Continental Roots
  • EQA3   Deep Penetration of Subducted Slabs
  • EQA4   Lateral Inhomogeneities in the Lower Mantle
  • EQA5   Mysterious Structures at the Core-Mantle Boundary
  • EQA6   Seismic Reflectors

EQD SEISMIC DETECTION OF LARGE SCALE DISCONTINUITIES, ZONES, STRUCTURES

  • EQD1   Velocity Discontinuities
  • EQD2   Channels and Zones
  • EQD3   Structural Anomalies of the Inner Core
  • EQD4   Anomalies Associated with Mantle Convection Cells

EQQ ANOMALOUS SEISMIC SIGNALS

  • EQQ1   Deep-Focus Earthquakes
  ES   STRATIGRAPHIC ANOMALIES

ESA EMBEDDED ACCRETION STRUCTURES

  • ESA1   Cylindrical Structures in Rock and Unconsolidated Sediments
  • ESA2   Spherical Aggregates
  • ESA3   Concretions
  • ESA4   Small Fused Structures
  • ESA5   Geodes
  • ESA6   Orbicules

ESB ANOMALOUS BIOLOGICAL PHENOMENA IN GEOLOGY

  • ESB1   Biological Extinction Events
  • ESB2   Biological Explosion Events
  • ESB3   Recent Vegetation and Shallow Water Fossils at Great Depths
  • ESB4   Long-Buried, Undecomposed Organic Matter
  • ESB5   Living and Fossil Marine Organisms Found Far Inland
  • ESB6   Living Organisms and Recent Fossils at Very High Altitudes
  • ESB7   Growth Structures on Marine Organisms and Their Fossils
  • ESB8   Animals Entombed in Rocks
  • ESB9   Living Organisms at Great Depths
  • ESB10 Fossils of Warm-Climate, Light Dependent Organisms Found in the Polar Regions
  • ESB11 Time-Wise Anomalous Fossils
  • ESB12 Skipping in the Fossil Record
  • ESB13 “Special” Nature of Fossils

ESC ANOMALOUS CHEMICAL PHENOMENA IN GEOLOGY

  • ESC1   Chemical Anomalies in the Stratigraphic Record
  • ESC2   Chemical Anomalies in Igneous and Metamorphic Rocks
  • ESC3   Surface Films on Rocks
  • ESC4   Spontaneous, Rapid, Exothermic Reactions in Nature
  • ESC5   Death Gulches
  • ESC6   Violent Lake Turnovers
  • ESC7   Petrifactions and Lignifications
  • ESC8   Geological Effects of Natural Combustion
  • ESC9   Rocks and Sediments of Controverted Origins
  • ESC10 Unusual Growth Structures
  • ESC11 Possible Extraterrestrial Origin of Ocean Water
  • ESC12 Chemical Anomalies of Lakes and Ground Water
  • ESC13 Petroleum Anomalies
  • ESC14 Coal Anomalies
  • ESC15 Outgassing of Radon-222
  • ESC16 Methane Anomalies

ESD DEPOSITS OF REMARKABLE SIZE

  • ESD1   Bone Caves, Bone Caches,…
  • ESD2   Bone Beds, Fish Beds,…
  • ESD3   Sedimentary Deposits of Exceptional Volume
  • ESD4   Historical Evidence for Large Scale Flooding
  • ESD5   Recent Large Reductions of Polar Ice Cover
  • ESD6   Giant Basalt Flows and Traps
  • ESD7   Giant Accumulations of Oil
  • ESD8   Giant Erratics and Megabreccias
  • ESD9   Deposits of Great Areal Extent

ESI INCLUSIONS

  • ESI1   Inclusions in Crystals
  • ESI2   Microdebris
  • ESI3   Erratic Boulders, Stones, and Mineral Patches
  • ESI4   Anomalous Amber Inclusions
  • ESI5   Microfossil-Like Inclusions
  • ESI6   Oil in Fossil Cavities
  • ESI7   Carbon Dust on Fossil Plants
  • ESI8   Great Rarity of Fossil Meteorites and Tektites
  • ESI9   Stretched Pebbles

ESM ANOMALOUS SUPERFICIAL GEOLOGICAL MATERIALS

  • ESM1   Unusual Superficial Aggregations of Rocks
  • ESM2   Strewn Fields of Natural Glasses
  • ESM3   Tektite and Microtektite Paradoxes and Anomalies
  • ESM4   Boulder Trains and Belts
  • ESM5   Rock Glaciers, Block Fields,…
  • ESM6   Elevated Erratics…
  • ESM7   Anomalous Glacial Drift
  • ESM8   Fluidized Debris Slides
  • ESM9   Surging Glaciers
  • ESM10 Driftless Enclaves within Glaciated Regions
  • ESM11 Anomalous Rock Motion
  • ESM12 Superficial Rocky Debris of Doubtful Provenance

ESP ANOMALOUS PHYSICAL PHENOMENA IN GEOLOGY

  • ESP1   Anomalous Radiohalos
  • ESP2   Flexible Rocks
  • ESP3   Unusually Colored Rocks
  • ESP4   Noncrushing of Fossils in Sediment Compaction
  • ESP5   Remarkable Polished Rocks
  • ESP6   Ringing Rocks
  • ESP7   Small-Scale Magnetic Anomalies
  • ESP8   Frazil Ice, Anchor Ice,…
  • ESP9   Long-Range Fine Structure In Strata
  • ESP10 Jointing, Cleat, Crack Patterns
  • ESP11 Shocked Mineral Grains at Geological Boundaries
  • ESP12 Radiometric Dating Discordances
  • ESP13 Natural Fission Reactors
  • ESP14 Musical Sands
  • ESP15 Luminous Rocks
  • ESP16 Explosive Rocks
  • ESP17 Dry Quicksand
  • ESP18 Glacieres/Natural Refrigerators
  • ESP19 Radioactive Fossils
  • ESP20 Clustering of Mineralogical Dates in Time and Space
  • ESP21 Random Cracking around Radioactive Inclusions

ESR PHENOMENA OF THE OUTER CRUST

  • ESR1   Incompleteness of the Stratigraphic Record
  • ESR2   Lateral Variations in Strata
  • ESR3   Apparently-Inverted Strata
  • ESR4   Near-Global Unconformities
  • ESR5   Rythmites and Cyclothems
  • ESR6   Undisturbed and Unconsolidated Ancient Sediments
  • ESR7   Vertical Stacking of Deposits
  • ESR8   Continent-Type Rocks in the Ocean Depths
  • ESR9   Exotic Terranes
  • ESR10 Long Belts of Igneous and Metamorphic Rocks

ESX PIERCEMENT STRUCTURES, INTRUSIVES, EXTERNAL IMPRESSIONS

  • ESX1   Polystrate Fossils
  • ESX2   Diapir Anomalies
  • ESX3   Anomalies of Stigmaria
  • ESX4   Perplexing Intrusives
  • ESX5   Unusual Striations Attributed to Ice-Sheet Action
  • ESX6   Anomalous Superficial Markings
  ET   TOPOGRAPHIC ANOMALIES

ETB BAYS, LAKES, SMALL DEPRESSIONS

  • ETB1   Oriented Lakes and Depressions
  • ETB2   Anomalous Features of Potholes
  • ETB3   Fluid-Vent Craters
  • ETB4   Gilgai Topography
  • ETB5   Mountain-Top Depressions
  • ETB6   Horseshoe-Shaped Depressions
  • ETB7   Cookie-Cutter Holes
  • ETB8   “Bottomless” Pits
  • ETB9   Large Assemblages of Glacial Kettles
  • ETB10 Depressions in Chalk Country

ETC CRATERS, ASTROBLEMES, LARGE CIRCULAR STRUCTURES

  • ETC1   Astroblemes (Starwounds)
  • ETC2   Very Large Depressions of Probable Meteoric Origin
  • ETC3   Hypothetical (and Still Undiscovered) Craters
  • ETC4   Periodicity of Crater Ages

ETE RAISED BEACHES, FOSSIL CORAL REEFS, TERRACES

  • ETE1   Raised and Submerged Beaches
  • ETE2   Fossil Coral Reefs
  • ETE3   Terraces along Rivers, Submarine Canyons, Sea-Floor Channels
  • ETE4   Inland, High-Level Terraces and Erosion Surfaces
  • ETE5   Periodically Created Beach Terraces

ETH GUYOTS, PLATEAUS, UNUSUAL MOUNTAINS

  • ETH1   Flat-Topped Seamounts
  • ETH2   Anomalous Oceanic Plateaus
  • ETH3   Mountain Curiosities

ETL PLANET-SCALE TOPOGRAPHIC ANOMALIES

  • ETL1   Land-Water Distribution
  • ETL2   Anomalies of Island Arcs
  • ETL3   Patterns of Lineaments
  • ETL4   Relative Velocities of Continents
  • ETL5   Indications of an Expanding Earth
  • ETL6   Continental Fits — Good and Bad
  • ETL7   Topographical Anomalies and Continental Drift

ETM MOUNDS AND HILLS

  • ETM1   Mima Mounds
  • ETM2   Mounds in Gilgai Country
  • ETM3   Mudlumps and Mud Islands
  • ETM4   Drumlin Anomalies
  • ETM5   Mounds of the Missoula Flood Surface
  • ETM6   Fluid-Vent Mounds
  • ETM7   Sandhills and Anomalous Dunes
  • ETM8   Doughnut-Shaped Mounds
  • ETM9   Dirt Cones on Ice Caps…
  • ETM10 Ice-Cored Mounds in the Arctic
  • ETM11 Blister-Like Structures
  • ETM12 Curious Columnar Structures
  • ETM13 Andes Ice Islands
  • ETM14 Natural Beach Pyramids

ETP PATTERNED GROUND…

  • ETP1   Patterned-Ground Anomalies
  • ETP2   Rock Cities and Block Fields
  • ETP3   Giant Expansion and Contraction Polygons

ETR ANOMALOUS RIDGES, MEGARIPPLES, ESKERS

  • ETR1   Ridges and Ripples in Glaciated Regions
  • ETR2   Esker Anomalies
  • ETR3   Megaripples
  • ETR4   Moving, Gravity-Created Ripples in Rock
  • ETR5   Unusual Natural Dams
  • ETR6   Lake Walls and Ramparts
  • ETR7   Buried Ridges within Continental Margins
  • ETR8   Desert Ridges of Unknown Origin

ETS CREVICULAR CRUSTAL STRUCTURE

  • ETS1   Biological Evidence for Wide spread Crevicular Structure
  • ETS2   Fluid-Filled Crevicular Structure at Great Depths
  • ETS3   Seismic Evidence for Deep Crevicular Structure

ETV VALLEYS, CHANNELS, FURROWS

  • ETV1   Submarine Canyon Anomalies
  • ETV2   Sea-Floor Channels
  • ETV3   Wind Gaps
  • ETV4   Height Differences of Opposite River Banks
  • ETV5   The Channelled Scablands
  • ETV6   Apparently Youthful Rivers
  • ETV7   Grand-Canyon Anomalies
  • ETV8   Flume-Like Furrows on Continental Slopes
  • ETV9   Labyrinthine Topography
  • ETV10 Uneroded, Elevated Plains of Great Age
  • ETV11 Incised Meanders
  EZ   THE GEOMAGNETIC FIELD AND PALEOMAGNETISM

EZC MINOR PERTURBATIONS OF THE GEOMAGNETIC FIELD [GEZ]

  • EZC1   Local Compass Anomalies
  • EZC2   Magnetized Geological Features
  • EZC3   Anomalies of Oceanic Magnetic Anomalies
  • EZC4   Geographically-Specific Geomagnetic Anomalies
  • EZC5   Earth-Current Anomalies

EZF CONFIGURATION ANOMALIES AND SECULAR VARIATIONS OF THE GEOMAGNETIC FIELD

  • EZF1   Steady-State-Field Anomalies
  • EZF2   Secular-Variation Anomalies
  • EZF3   Problems of Geomagnetic-Field Generation

EZP PALEOMAGNETISM

  • EZP1   Problems in Measuring and Interpreting Paleomagnetism
  • EZP2   Anomalous Excursions and Reversals
  • EZP3   Anomalies Implied by Paleopoles
  • EZP4   Inconsistencies in Paleomagnetic Measurements
  • EZP5   Correlations of Polarity Reversals with Other Phenomena

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