Water, hydrogen ions, chemicals, iron, nearly pure quartz sand created by electromagnetic/electrochemical processes in planets atmospheres and raining down.
A scientific process in our solar system proposes water, Saturn, plasma material, magnetics - over 40,000 kilograms per second of electrochemistry rain.
Earth now and in our past?
Ring rain is highly contaminated with organic matter and other molecules, and hammers Saturn at thousands of kilograms per second...
The ring rain’s diverse chemical composition “was a big surprise,” because remote observations show that Saturn’s ring system, on the whole, is almost entirely water ice... Researchers aren’t sure why ring rain is so deprived of water.
Saturn’s ring rain is a surprising cocktail of chemicals | Sciencenews
Elements transitioning through Earth's magnetic plasmaspheres and then into more resistant to change stuff.
Emissions from H a major ion in Saturn’s ionosphere, were previously analyzed from these observations, indicating that peaks in emission at specific latitudes were consistent with an influx of charged water products from the rings known as ‘ring rain’...
Saturn’s moon Enceladus, a known water source, is connected with a dense region of H centered on 62°S, perhaps indicating that charged water from Enceladus is draining into Saturn’s southern mid-latitudes.
Observations of the chemical and thermal response of ‘ring rain’ on Saturn’s ionosphere
The transformation of electromagnetic chemicals, the possible transmutation of elements in an electric plasma and magnetic universe.
Peer reviewed geology now suggests tektites are not from the moon, they have rained down on our planet from the solar system.
Tektites are glassy objects that are thought by most scientists today to be melt products of terrestrial rocks formed by hypervelocity impacts of large, extraterrestrial objects. They superficially resemble obsidian in appearance and chemical composition; however, several things distinguish these objects from obsidian. Primarily, they have a very low water content, a low alkali content, and they always contain lechatelierite (pure silica glass). They also often contain coesite (a highly dense silica polymorph), nickel-iron spherules, and baddeleyite (a zircon oxide mineral produced at very high temperatures during shock metamorphism), which lend evidence to a meteorite impact origin.
Tektites are assigned to strewnfields, which are the areas over which chemically and physically related tektites are found. The assignment of a strewnfield is based on the oxide composition of a tektite. Four of the major strewnfields are the Australasian, Ivory Coast, Czechoslovakian, and North American strewnfields.
Mankind's association with tektites goes back to prehistoric man, who used them as implements and ornaments. There are tools made of tektites that date back to c. 4,000-6,000 B.C., and after the iron age (500 B.C.) tektites were worn as good luck charms. The first written reference to tektites appeared c. A.D. 950, when Liu Sun in China named them Lei-gong-mo, which means 'Inkstone of the Thundergod'. The first reference in scientific literature appeared in 1788, when Mayer described them as a type of terrestrial volcanic glass. In 1900, F.E. Suess coined the term 'tektite' from the Greek word tektos, meaning 'molten'.
He was convinced that tektites were of an extraterrestrial origin, and he believed the shapes to be caused by sculpturing due to high velocity air flow. He believed them to be glass meteorites, and because his work was highly read, people began referring to tektites as such; as a result of this, many universities and museums housed tektites with meteorites for many years. This idea was later rejected when no meteorites were found with compositions similar to that of tektites, and when no evidence of cosmic ray exposure was found in tektites.
Tektites | The Meteoritical Society
Extraterrestrial Sands, water, iron, brimstone
Puzzling Egypts recent green lands, parts of Africa with lakes only a few 1000 years ago yet now covered deep by Sahara pure quartz desert. How and when?
This could explain some of the origin of planet Earth's surface material with the deluges of water, the sudden metal ages, Iron Age, especially the vast pure quartz (silicon based sand) deserts, dark ages, catastrophes.
During these encounters an incandescent molten Mars internally convulsed and ejected immeasurable quantities of vaporised rock, volatiles, dust and debris out into space – a natural by-product of planetary chaos.
Vast swaths of rock vapour fell to earth (along with tons of other sedimentary material) where it condensed out of the atmosphere as tiny quartz grains. In other words, it rained sand!
Earth has been subjected to a number of catastrophic sand and debris ‘accretion events’ in the past few thousand years and the evidence is obvious for all to see. It reaches us in the form of Earth’s sandy deserts, beaches, dune fields and sandstone deposits.
Extraterrestrial Sands review | Troubador Publishing
Gary Gilligan's material process from his God King Scenario. Velikovsky, Talbott's Saturn Myth, plasma based catastrophes and mythologies have propose similar events, mechanical and electrical circuits.
Electrochemistry, branch of chemistry concerned with the relation between electricity and chemical change. Many spontaneously occurring chemical reactions liberate electrical energy, and some of these reactions are used in batteries and fuel cells to produce electric power.
Conversely, electric current can be utilized to bring about many chemical reactions that do not occur spontaneously. In the process called electrolysis, electrical energy is converted directly into chemical energy, which is stored in the products of the reaction.
This process is applied in refining metals, in electroplating, and in producing hydrogen and oxygen from water. The passage of electricity through a gas generally causes chemical changes, and this subject forms a separate branch of electrochemistry.
Electrochemistry | Encyclopaedia Britannica
The thermally induced turbulence in the troposphere produces fluctuations in temperature and precipitation that we collectively refer to as “weather.” In contrast, mixing between the layers of the atmosphere occurs relatively slowly, so each layer has distinctive chemistry. We focus our attention on the stratosphere, which contains the highest concentration of ozone.
Chemical Reactions in the Atmosphere | LibreTexts
Catastrophic electrochemistry deluges
also revealed how quickly this material is falling into Saturn’s atmosphere: between 4,800 and 45,000 kilograms per second. “It’s just an enormous amount of mass flowing into the planet,” Cuzzi says.
Cocktail conundrum - Saturn’s ring rain is a surprising cocktail of chemicals | Sciencenews
Latitudinal variations in images of Saturn’s disk, upper atmospheric temperatures, and ionospheric electron densities are found in magnetic conjugacy with features in Saturn’s ring plane. We propose that these latitudinal variations are the result of a variable influx of water, transported along magnetic field lines from sources in Saturn’s ring plane.
These features are thus the surface expression of an electromagnetic erosion mechanism which transports water (in the form of high charge‐to‐mass ratio particles) from the rings to the atmosphere.
Magnetic connection for Saturn's rings and atmosphere