Andrew Hall

Plasma: Metals into Fourth State of Matter

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Liquid metal converted to plasma. Geology, space dusty plasmas and minerals, resistant and sometimes willing chemical elements forced to be transmuted. University of Rochester’s Dr Mohamed Zaghoo and colleagues observed, however, there is another way to create a plasma: under high density conditions, heating a liquid metal to very high temperatures will also produce a …

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EMountain formation: Plasma blasts and harmonics

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Geology suggests that central peak craters and peak ring craters are formed when an meteorite impacts the surface and this action basically liquefies the material. The shock waves and forces move and shape the surface material. Immanuel Velikovsky suggested a liquefaction of surface material during Worlds in Collision events. The shape of geological formations such …

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