Sinkholes: The Groundbreaking Truth
Something is happening to the ground beneath our feet. The earth is literally opening up.
Before 2010, sinkholes were a relatively uncommon phenomenon. Now they are appearing almost daily. But why so many sinkholes and why now?
In a word… electricity. Strange as it may sound.
The Electric Universe theory, or Plasma Cosmology, can account for this unprecedented phenomenon.
Plasma cosmology sees the universe as a giant electric motor being driven by the exchange of charged particles.
“Gravitational systems are the ashes of prior electrical systems” – Hannes Alfven
Which explains the mechanical and electromagnetic forces responsible for sinkhole formation.
Sinkholes are usually explained away by ruptured underground water pipes or gradual soil erosion.
Even in places where no such piping exists.
While standard scientific theories may account for a few.
They do not explain ones like these.
Nor can it account for the vast number of new sinkholes forming around the globe.
Here is a simple illustration of the electromagnetic and mechanical forces behind sinkhole formation.
The activity of the sun is directly related to the rotational speed of the earth.
The more energy that is produced by the sun, the faster the earth spins.
Like an electric motor, there is an charged potential difference that drives our planet’s rotation.
The sun is currently in a period similar to the Maunder Minimum, with very low solar activity.
Low solar radiation means less positively charged protons reaching the upper atmosphere of the earth.
The potential difference between the the positively charged upper atmosphere and the negatively charged earth decreases.
Resulting a slowing down of the earth’s rotation.
A slower spin causes the earth to become less oblong like an oval and more circular like a sphere.
The induced mechanical stress causes deformations.
Resulting in cracks, cavities and fissures.
There is also a potential difference between the earth’s crust and the core.
And because the upper atmosphere is now less positive.
It also attracts less electrons from inside the earth to its surface.
Thus decreasing the potential difference between the surface and the core.
This potential difference acts as a binder of the planet, pulling the surface and the core together.
When the potential difference drops, the earth’s crust becomes loose, creating pockets of space beneath the surface.
The stress on the crust produced by these two combined mechanical and electrical forces results in an increase in earthquake activity.
This loosening of the earth’s crust produces cracks and openings resulting in an increase of volcanic activity.
And lastly, the subterranean space created by the loosening results in the increased formation of sinkholes.
Sinkholes are not not an isolated phenomenon.
They are also related to earthquakes, volcanoes, tsunamis, strange sounds and extreme weather.
This is only the beginning.
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