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?What Dont You See - gEUlogy - caves
« on: May 18, 2010, 01:37:17 »


?What Dont You See - gEUlogy - caves

some caves are caused by that amazing thing called water erosion because what other alternatives are there? if its not water then ... ?


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electric EYEs - cave on a whitsunday island
« Reply #1 on: May 18, 2010, 02:18:21 »
cave on the whitsunday islands in australia



cave on the whitsunday islands in australia - erosion or ? geology or gEUlogy?



view of the cave and the island


?what dont you see

one of the amazing things about water erosion of caves is how selective it is. there can be a whole cliff face or island and yet it picks only one small section. are there different types of water? like you have "heavy water" or "acid rain" are there other types like "cave water", "dry river valley water"?


semi circular hole in cliff side of fomm ir-rih bay


the normal standard water erosion answer involves that bit of rock being different to the rest, or, there was a fault line. but how has a hole been dug into the cliff face at an angle and a pretty strange shape? what you dont see is a hint of the start of another cave

the cave is found on what looks like the highest point of the small island. is it an EDM event in an electric universe or a point where there was a violent plasma discharge? white sand seems to be an indicator of gEUlogy in the EU and there is plenty in that area. you will find white sand dunes in the strangest of places. there are reported cases of sandfloods and sand suddenly appearing from nowhere and also covered the sahara where it use to be wet



closeup view of the cave on the whitsunday island


this cave may have another answer that does invole humans or something geologically natural but caves can be a sign of EU activity and if you are into the EU then caves are a marker

on the island of malta there is an island called St Peters Island. It has a number of caves on its steep cliffs at around sea level. leading into or out of each cave are a couple of small chanels. in an electric universe this would suggest that they are the route the birkeland currents took when the caves were formed. i will find the photos but they are underwater ones so its a bit difficult to fully see what is happening. if you ever visit the island you can see for yourself :) there are also other strange geology features of St Peters Island but normal gEUlogy things. more red rock and conglomerates for starters which is unusual for a limestone island


are some caves formed by the same process that creates some anticlines? is the location of the EU event the difference between an anticline and a cave anticline?






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Vietnam’s mammoth cavern - Hang Son Doong
« Reply #2 on: May 11, 2011, 12:54:33 »
Watch this beautiful fractal patterns:

Rare cave pearls fill dried-out terrace pools near the Garden of Edam in Hang Son Doong.


 


This unusually large collection of stone spheres formed drip by drip over the centuries as calcite crystals left behind by water layered themselves around grains of sand, enlarging over time.



Source: http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/ciencia/ciencia_vietnamcave.htm

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Re: ?What Dont You See - gEUlogy - caves
« Reply #3 on: May 13, 2011, 09:41:14 »
amazing :)

never heard of cave pearls ... could they be something similar to martian blueberry's, Apache tears and other rounded things found on our world and Mars?