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Falkland Islands
« on: June 13, 2010, 19:49:09 »

Falkland Islands


west falkland islands geology near south harbour


Falkland Islands or as the gEUlogy of the islands look like it should be called Forklightning Islands. Immense Electric Universe geology that perhaps proves our landscape has been shaped by electric discharges. Either that or geology and erosion has a lot of explaining to do with what you can actually see with your own eyes. What do you see and find, not what are you told you see?



Salvador Water and the Bay of islands - falkland islands


electric discharge harbours (sounds/fjords) or normal geology? how can geology create these shapes that are similar to plasma discharges and lichtenberg discharge patterns?



Lafonia on east Falkland Islands and Keppel Sound west Falkland Islands


not only are the harbours a puzzle for geology erosion/folding but the shapes of the islands and the lakes also are hard to explain in a way that you can believe what you are being told as it makes sense with what you can see with your own eyes



velletta grand harbour malta

is maltas natural harbour at velletta related gEUlogy to the falkland islands harbour/sound shown at the top of the page?



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Pebble Island - west Falkland Islands
« Reply #1 on: June 13, 2010, 20:33:37 »
Pebble Island - west Falkland Islands



Elephant Bay (named after the Elephant seals), Pebble Island, west Falkland Islands


Pebble Island on the west Falkland Islands is a puzzling island for geology but makes sense when viewed through Electric EYEs and to gEUlogy. How has erosion/folding left this island, what can erode Elephant Bay but not really effect the coastline to the west? Elephant Bay is named after the Elephant seals that are found there

Elephant Bay looks like a EDM crater in an Electric Universe. You can see in the many ponds around it where the electric arc pitting or cratering has occured and also the 2 large straighter ponds that look like lightning strikes, which is sort of what they are as they are electric discharges in an Electric Universe.

The fact that white sand is found on its coastline would be further evidence of gEUlogy activity. Also the famous translucent semi precious stones show further evidence of Electric Universe geology.


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These semi-precious stones can be collected on the northern shores, most pariculalry on Pebble Island
Pebble Island | falklandislands.com



Keppel Sound with Broken Island and Pebble Island


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Pebble Island is the third largest offshore island in the archipelago, stretching about
30 km from east to west, but it is only about 7 km at its widest point. There are three
peaks west of the settlement: First Mountain reaches 277 m, Middle Mountain 214 m
and the western Marble Mountain 237 m. The land to the east is generally low-lying
with many large lakes and ponds, which provide important waterfowl and wader habitat.
The coastline is deeply indented and Elephant Bay, north-east of the settlement, has a
spectacular 5 km white sand beach
Pebble Island Group | falklandsconservation.com (pdf)

The pdf above gives a list of the wildlife and birds found on Pebble Island, mentions the bays (EDM craters) and the interesting sounding Marble Mountain.



translucent semi precious stones found on Pebble Island, west Falkland Islands

as with most pebbles found on beaches the famous translucent semi precious stones found on Pebble Island, west Falkland Islands are made of many different minerals but each stone looks like it is the finished article. on beaches around the world the local pebbles bear no relation to the actual minerals found in the area, yet geology suggests they are made from rocks in the area.

Malta for example is a limestone island (where the first and last layers are the same!) yet its sandy beaches contain multicoloured pebbles/stones.


the semi translucent stones found on Pebble Island were not created from rocks but are transmuted material/minerals during an EU event that affected the Falkland Islands. Most likely the same event that created the strange geology or normal gEUlogy of the island.  The fact that the Falkland Islands have lots of harbours/sounds that look like lightning strikes shows how those stones were formed.

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In or about 1766 the name Pebble Island came in to use, when the beautiful, semi-precious pebbles - many of which are translucent and quite colourful - were first noticed on beaches at the west end of the island.
Pebble Island | pebblelodge.com