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The Russian Kola Superdeep Borehole

The Russian Kola Superdeep Borehole was the deepest hole drilled into the Earths surface. A number of boreholes were drilled but the deepest was SG-3 that reached 12,262 meters (40,230 feet or over 7.5 miles). A number of startling unexpected geological features were discovered that changed or challenged the expected or guest models.

Water was discovered deep inside the earths crust, large amounts of hydrogen gas, fossils were found and also the temperature was much higher than expected. Another discovery was that the famous layer expected due to seismic studies and mainstream theory was not found.

Water (called "water of crystallization", "primary" water, or "juvenile" water) - according to mainstream science water should not be seen at these depths. But the Kola Superdeep Borehole proved a number of accepted or "has to be" theories wrong. Water is created everywhere in the Universe that there is Electrical Universe activity. From Sunspots on our moon, to "water quasars" to our Earth. Where did all our water come from? It came from inside or the surface of the Earth, most probably from where there are potential differences in material types.

The explanation for water found at the depths of the Kola Superdeep Borehole is a "it has to be" because no other mainstream theory even slightly predicted it. The theory suggests that the hydrogen and oxygen molecules were forced out of the host rock due to the pressure and then combined to make water. A lot of hydrogen was found to be coming out of the drilling mud used to power and twist the drill head.

This sounds ok but the water was supposedly found in the cracks of the rock, so the pressure was not so great to close the cracks. Also the great amounts of hydrogen is surprising.

Micro fossils were gathered from the Kola Superdeep Borehole at an astonishing depth, over 20,000 feet. The real problem here is that the fossils were not damaged. At such depths they should be crushed, damaged or show signs of having been created by layer upon layer upon billions of years. The fact that the micro fossils from the drilling samples at Kola Superdeep Borehole had different coatings is another problem. It seems they were covered with nitrogen and carbon coatings.

As mainstream science can not explain it convincingly any other idea has to be considrered. Therefore, the fossils could have been created where they were or were fossiled instantly as the land was created around it in, similar to the electrical plating process we use but on a natural planetary scale.

Lots of precious gemstones are found with a coating and some of them are famous for being found in pockets or cavities with a coating very different from the host rock. Are they fossilised in the same way?

Harold Jeffreys in the 1920s had suggested that there was a layer of basalt rock in the lower parts of the crust. This was due to seismic readings. The Kola Superdeep Borehole has disproved this theory, meaning a change in models and other geology theories that have been built on this assumption. With this being the case does this mean that all models and theories based on seismic readings have to be reavulated or changed?

The rock that was found is called metamorphic rock by geologist because they believe that it is changed under intense pressure and heat. The idea is that the weight of the earth above and the heat from the planets core has done this but any process that can provide both heat and pressure could create it. Electromagnetic forces could provide both heat and pressure.

The unexpected rock layer found was also the layer that had the water in it and the fractures where it was found but intense pressure should close the fractures?

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This could only mean that water which had originally been a part of the chemical composition of the rock minerals themselves (as contrasted with ground water) had been forced out of the crystals and prevented from rising by an overlying cap of impermeable rock. This has never been observed anywhere else. The World's Deepest Hole - alaska .edu

Maybe this interpretation has not been seen anywhere?






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KTB - Variations of the Geomagnetic Field in Boreholes (due to auroras?)
« Reply #1 on: December 23, 2009, 14:10:39 »


KTB and electrical changes deep in the earth due to auroras?

"Investigation of solar-terrestrial correlations yielded a large amount of data on the correlation between geomagnetic variations and solar activity[4]. In [5,6], geomagnetic variations are considered a source of magnetization to estimate the nature of magnetic anomalies...

The Device was tested in the Kola Superdeep Geolaboratory in 200-2002 and the Ural Superdeep borehole in 2004.

During the period from November 23 to 28, 2002, recording of geomagnetic field variations in the Kola Superdeep Geolaboratory was carried out in full measure near the borehole bottom and in the satellite borehole at a depth of 560m. The borehol instrument was located in the zone of mass picrite porphyrites. The overlying sequence was mainly represented by massive diabases, picritic porphyrites and basic tuffs with a small amount of sulfide dissemination. Magnetic susceptibility was equal to (100-150).10-5SI u.[10] Five perturbations of the geomagnetic field probably related to local phenomena (auroras) were recorded during this period. "
KTB - Variations of the Geomagnetic Field in Boreholes (pdf 1st page review)


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German KTB superdeep borehole
« Reply #2 on: August 02, 2010, 15:25:05 »

German KTB  superdeep borehole


German Continental Deep Drilling Program

The German KTB  superdeep borehole (Kontinentales Tiefbohrprogramm de Bundesreplik Deutschland - German Continental Deep Drilling Program) was very well prepared, as you would expect from the Germans and their engineering. They studied the Russian superdeep borehole and its results.

Strangely they were surprised by everything they found, especially again the amount of water that according to geology theory should and could not be their. They also found a lot of natural electrical connections in the minerals and rocks. Firstly this shows that the theory of what is beneath us is very wrong. Secondly it may show that it is an Electrical Earth in an Electrical Universe.

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