Plasma mineral and diamond pipes

pipes diamond lamproite kimberlite breccia formationDoes this diveflyfish experiment show one possible plasma geology explanation for diamond producing lamproite pipes, kimberlite pipes and other types of pipes such as breccia pipes?

Plasma pipe experiment

Quartz pipes and mineral pipes

The Argyle AK1 Pipe (lamproite pipes) is mined for diamonds. Other mineral pipes seem to produce or be the origin for quartz and other rocks.

Are the minerals, rocks, compounds formed by different Electric Universe geology processes or local variations of the same process?

The same plasma/electromagnetic discharge process creating different types of pipes depending on the local variables such as host material, energy, time?

Perhaps the best example of a pipe-like deposit is afforded by the Alegre mine some 20 kilometers south of Mimoso, Baia. The country rock is compact, fine-grained quartzite. According to F. D. Hanson the pipelike mass of quartz is localized at the intersection of two fairly prominent groups of closely spaced joints or fissures of small displacement. The bulk of the material in the pipe is coarse milky bull quartz containing some comb quartz and well-formed crystals. The pipe is approximately 10 meters by 15 meters in horizontal dimensions and has been mined to a depth of 15 meters. The walls are extremely irregular and pockets, tongues and masses of quartz protrude from the margins into the surrounding rock.

pipes diamond bearing lamproite kimberlite breccia

... The mineralized area in which quartz occurs has been worked over a zone 1 3/4 miles long and 2 mile wide, which is within a granite near the contact with slate. Here there are scores of pipes three to sixty feet in diameter. These pipes plunge in all directions and some of them have been shown to extend to depths of 500 feet. Some pipes are bordered by slate along part of their extension in depth but none is entirely within the slate. Molybdenite, wolframite and native bismuth as well as carbonate and oxides of bismuth are present and gold and silver are associated with the bismuth. Within the pipes or in branches or bulges which are tributary to them, are open cavities lined with quartz.

Argyle AK1 lamproite diamond Pipe
Argyle lamproite diamond pipe

... Pipes or irregular conical or funnel-shaped masses and pockets of quartz occur in Baia, southeastern Goiaz, Minas Gerais and perhaps else where. Wall rocks are quartzite or sandstone. The sizes of the pipes and pockets show great variations, and accompanying veins, pods, bedded replacements, and lenses are common. Some deposits which are classed with pipes are more in the nature of elongated pods. There is little essential difference between a pipe, pocket or the common blanket deposit in quartzite or sandstone. Some of the deposits in the vicinity of Cristalina, Goiaz, include all variations. Zones of small pockets, veinlets and replacement masses lie in sandstone along a north trending structural axis.
Geology of quartz crystal deposits | Mineralogical Society of America

pipes diamond lamproite kimberlite breccia creation

The Copper Basin district, Yavapai County, contains a "porphyry Cu" type Cu-Mo deposit in which the bulk of ore mineralization appears to have been controlled by pipe structures ... The Laramide stock is thought to have an elongated "beet" shape with a restricted orifice at depth. Its intrusive units range in composition from diorite to aplite, but mineralization appears to be most closely associated with quartz monzonite and quartz monzonite porphyry units. Mineral deposits of the district have a rough zonal arrangement with Cu-Mo mineralization in the center surrounded by an aureole of Pb-Zn-Ag occurrences. Mineralized breccia pipes are roughly cylindrical, near vertical structures ranging in diameter from 50 to 600 ft. A composite pile is composed of a central core of heterogeneous, rotated, angular to rounded rock fragments surrounded by a zone of nonrotated crackle breccia. The fragments are cemented by quartz and may be mineralized with pyrite, chalcopyrite, and molybdenite. The pipes are thought to have been conduits through which late magmatic fluids, collecting near the restricted root of the stock, passed upward ... Pyrite, chalcopyrite, and molybdenite were deposited along fracture surfaces throughout a large area in Copper Basin, but higher grade mineralization was generally confined to fractured pipe structures.
Geology and origin of mineralized breccia pipes in Copper Basin, Arizona