Mapping of health risks, geopathic and geodynamic zones I have the honor and pleasure of informing you that the long-term investigations carried out by me enabled to reveal the fundamental lawful relationships between the population sickness cases and the intensity of geophysical fields. My long scientific researches (Bondarenko Yaroslav., 1996-2011) have proved that the ecological, genetic and epidemiological processes are in connection with evolution of dangerous geophysical and geodynamical processes. The multifactor nonlinear correlation between solar activity and cosmic ray variations, geophysical, geodynamical, geochemical, atmospheric, technological, biological, socio-economical processes and oncologic case rate frequency, general and primary population sickness cases in Dnepropetrovsk City (1.2 million persons) are described by the multifactor predictive 3D GeoSEIS Model of geopathic zones that determines the human health risk and hazards. Результаты моих многолетних исследований связи заболеваемости населения с изменениями геофизических полей (Геопатогенными зонами) , вегетационным индексом состояния ландшафта, загрязнениями атмосферы Днепропетровска и т.п. информационный выпуск Подробности от 08-11-2010_07-00 (ТК ИНТЕР)
21st Century Earth Dynamics Part2 Second of a two part video about a complete, new geodynamic theory, recently published in the scientific literature, called Whole-Earth Decompression Dynamics, that unifies and supersedes plate tectonics and Earth expansion theories.
Mantle convection plumes Upwelling plumes in mantle convection; Geosciences of the solid earth.
MichaelJones.mov Potholes Being Filled in New Haven, CT just as I was about to report them with the SeeClickFix app
21st Century Earth Dynamics Part 1 First of a two part video about a complete, new geodynamic theory, recently published in the scientific literature, called Whole-Earth Decompression Dynamics, that unifies and supersedes plate tectonics and Earth expansion theories.
Mock Up at Max Lab IV Validation of geodynamic design
sky chamber specs vlog I vlog on finer points of a flying saucer project.
lights in the sky I vlog on my night sightings of strange flying machines.
Mapping of health risks, geopathic and geodynamic zones (english Annotation) I have the honor and pleasure of informing you that the long-term investigations carried out by me enabled to reveal the fundamental lawful relationships between the population sickness cases and the intensity of geophysical fields. My long scientific researches (Bondarenko Yaroslav., 1996-2011) have proved that the ecological, genetic and epidemiological processes are in connection with evolution of dangerous geophysical and geodynamical processes. The multifactor nonlinear correlation between solar activity and cosmic ray variations, geophysical, geodynamical, geochemical, atmospheric, technological, biological, socio-economical processes and oncologic case rate frequency, general and primary population sickness cases in Dnepropetrovsk City (1.2 million persons) are described by the multifactor predictive 3D GeoSEIS Model of geopathic zones that determines the human health risk and hazards. Моя пресс-конференция по результатам многолетних исследований связи заболеваемости населения с изменениями геофизических полей (Геопатогенными зонами) , вегетационным индексом состояния ландшафта, загрязнениями атмосферы в г. Днепропетровске и т.п., которую снимал Девятый телеканал
Wadia Institute on DDnews (Dehradun) Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology (WIHG), Dehradun WIHG, established in 1968 is an autonomous research Institute of the Department of Science & Technology, Govt. of India. Previously named as the Institute of Himalayan Geology, it was renamed as the Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology in memory of its founder-the late Prof. DN Wadia. In the last 40 years the Institute, while continuously striving to unravel the geological truth related to building of the majestic Himalaya, has grown into a centre of excellence and is internationally recognised as an Institute dedicated to research in Himalayan geology with well equipped laboratories and other infrastructural facilities for undertaking advance level of research in the country. The Institute at present has on its roll 64 scientists, several research students along with administration and supporting technical staff. WIHG carries out basic research in Himalayan Geology and related fields which includes geodynamic evolution, mountain building processes, geoenvironment, seismotectonics and natural resources
Qda Rurec, Cordillera Blanca - Geologycal and geodynamic report from the Cordillera Blanca in Peru
Late Heavy Bombardment - Don Lowe (SETI Talks) SETI Talks Archive: Lunar evidence of Late Heavy Bombardment has been interpreted to suggest that large-body impacting declined rapidly after about 3.8 Ga and that by 3.5 Ga the terrestrial bombardment rate was not much greater than the impact rates of today. In 1986 and 1989 Dr. Lowe and colleagues described four major layers of spherical particles in the 3.22-3.55 Ga Barberton greenstone belt (BGB), South Africa, ranging from 3472 to 3243 Ma, and interpreted them to represent the products of large terrestrial impacts of bolides 20-50 km in diameter. Since describing and interpreting these early impact layers, they have identified at least three additional thick layers of spherules in the Barberton belt that likely represent deposits of large impacts, and two new layers that display some geological features associated with impacts. Large impact layers have been identified to date in most of the major sedimentary units in the BGB. Intervening sections are composed largely of volcanic rocks where the record of impact events is unlikely to be preserved: it seems likely that other large impacts occurred during this period without leaving a record. These layers suggest that Earth continued to be bombarded by large extraterrestrial objects late into the Archean, at least until 3.2 Ga. The large sizes possible for these objects means that, while none was probably a sterilizing impact, many may have severely heated the oceans and atmosphere, boiled off the upper layer ...
3D Model Of Yellowstone Hotspot and Plume The Yellowstone plume has been tomographically imaged as a tilted body extending from 80 km depth at the Yellowstone Plateau to 660 km depth beneath western Montana. Geodynamic modeling of the plume finds that the plume is up to 120 K hotter than the surrounding mantle, with a maximum of 2.5% melt and a small buoyancy flux of 0.25 MG/s, properties of a cool, weak plume. Mantle flow modeling is used to constrain the evolution of the hotspot: the Yellowstone plume initially ascended vertically through the mantle beneath the thin, accreted lithosphere of the Columbia Plateau and was responsible for the 17 Ma flood basalts there. At 12 Ma, the plume passed beneath the thicker North American lithosphere and became entrained in eastward upper mantle return flow, resulting in a shift of volcanic activity to the southeast and the onset of rhyolitic eruptions caused by melting in the lithosphere. As the North America plate moved southwest, hotspot volcanism propagated northeast, and the resulting tectonic and magmatic interactions produced the 700-km-long Yellowstone-Snake River Plain magmatic system. Credit: University of Utah Seismology and Active Tectonics Research Group
Global Geodynamic Earth Model The color scale is saturated at -400 K and +400 K, and continents with color-coded topography and plate boundaries (cyan lines) are overlain for geographic reference. Isosurfaces of temperature are displayed for -600 K and +400 K. The +400 K isosurface is clipped in the uppermost 500 km to allow views into the mantle underneath the mid-ocean ridge system, which spans large parts of the oceanic upper mantle. Credit: www.geophysik.uni-
Geo-Dynamic Off-roading with the FJ cruiser over the rocky mountains through rivers over boulders and snow. Close to the continental divide over 12000 feet in keystone. Diego and chema
GDF Bee Study 2010 Study to determine the efficacy of Geodynamic Frequency Technology (GDF) in strengthening honeybee immunity and in combating bee disease. GDF may be used as a natural treatment alternative to chemical medications in the colony, producing hive products free of environmental contamination.
Geodynamic's Hot Fractured Rock Geothermal Project Video on the Geodynamic's Hot Fractured Rock Project in the Cooper Basin, South Australia, Australia
8.9 Richter Japan-tsunami hit the shores of the country chris- Solidarity with Japanese people Brussels - 11/03/2011 Tsunami height reached 4.6 m on the Japanese coast in the Pacific Scenes of chaos prevailing in Japan, which was hit by powerful earthquake this morning, the size of which is constantly revised upwards. Specifically, the Geodynamic Institute of the US revised, to 8.9 degrees, the magnitude of the earthquake that struck north-eastern Japan. The epicenter was located at a distance of 130 km east of Sendai on the island of Honshu at a depth of 24 km. According to the Fire Service, housing building in central Tokyo fell apart during the graduation ceremony for students, so ... There are many wounded. Many people were injured in other parts of Japan. In particular, injuries are Migiatzi region near the epicenter, according to the agency kiondo relied on local police. Also, parking of recreational park near Disneyland Tokyo flooded, but is not known whether there were people at this time of the earthquake. Fires are underway in Tokyo after the earthquake, news agency Jiji, and air, rail and road transport ceased in most of Japan. According to pictures broadcast by Japanese television network, cars floating in the harbor of Iouate. The National Meteorological Agency of Japan issued a new tsunami warning of up to 10 meters of the coast of Honshu island in the Pacific. So far, waves of 4.2 meters hit the Japanese shores in the Pacific. Earlier, the Pacific Warning Center issued a tsunami warning for ...
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