Saturday, March 08, 2014

Strange Glowing Orbs Seen During Fukushima Earthquake; New Clues to 'Mysterious Lights' | VIDEO

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Strange Glowing Orbs Seen During Fukushima Earthquake
Strange glowing orbs were seen in the sky during the Fukushima earthquake

Clue to earthquake lightning mystery

By James Morgan
BBC News

Mysterious lightning flashes that appear to precede earthquakes could be sparked by movements in the ground below, US scientists say.
     Unidentified glowing objects were spotted moments before major quakes in China and Italy recently.

These flickers could be triggered by shifting soil layers which generate huge electrical charge, say scientists.

Using a tub of plain kitchen flour, they discovered an entirely new physical phenomenon.

They announced their findings at the American Physical Society meeting in Denver.

"Our first suspicion was this has got to be a mistake. There must be something stupid we are doing," said Professor Troy Shinbrot, of Rutgers University, New Jersey.

"We took a tupperware container filled with flour, tipped it back and forth until cracks appeared, and it produced 200 volts of charge.

"There isn't a mechanism I know that can explain this. It seems to be new physics. " . . .

1 comment :

  1. In 1989 researchers detected quantum tunneling in yeast. Might this effect explain where the extra energy is coming from found in raised bread? Likewise, with the the 200 volts detected with the flour and water, might this excess energy also be due to a quantum tunneling effect pouring velocity energy into the flour water combination? Microorganisms or proteins in the flour reacting with the standing waves of our planet absorbing velocity energy?

    For some theory of how Extra-dimensional processes may be responsible for the excess energy found in a wide range of curious and interesting reactions, from bread making to lightening to galvanic corrosion and bimetallic rusting to the bursts of energy that have been found before earthquakes, the Unruh effect, Brownian motion, electron drag and the Casimir effect, here's a link that may help explain where the excess energy is coming from in some of them:


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