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Dyke swarms
« on: December 19, 2010, 22:42:05 »
Dyke swarms

Dyke swarms are a puzzle for geologists but is this because they are looking at them from the wrong perspective? Are Dyke swarms a conversion/transmutation of the host rock through a large natural electric discharge? Are some of them a deposit similar to electroplating or depositing?

There are what appear to be dykes on the island of Malta, do they show the effects of Electric Universe geology? Are some of these fulgurites, are some of these Lichtenberg pattern discharges? Could some of them be the result of Birkeland Currents crossing the land?



Dike swarms - Qrejten Point Malta



Dyke swarms - Bingemma Gap



more dyke swarms at Bingemma Gap Malta



Dyke swarms - SnakePlissken rocks!


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Dyke swarms st pauls island malta
« Reply #1 on: February 16, 2013, 03:13:58 »
Dyke swarms st pauls island malta

There are also limestone dyke swarms on st pauls island malta (dike swarms - Quartz Island)