Hydroplate Theory Prediction: Underground Water
MORE EVIDENCE OF WALT BROWN’S FOUNTAINS OF THE DEEP: A SURPRISE FOR DEEP DRILLERS
Richard A. Kerr, “Looking—Deeply—into the Earth’s Crust in Europe,” Science, Vol. 261, 16 July 1993, pp. 295–297. Water from the stone. The brines are another surprise that is opening researchers’ eyes to the merit of deep drilling. “When I started 25 years ago, the idea was that the deeper you go into the crust, the drier it gets,” says Kehrer. Conventional wisdom had it that kilometers of overlying rock squeeze shut any cracks, cutting off the fluid flows that deposit ores and chemically alter the rock at shallower depths. But after the drill bit had penetrated more than 3 kilometers of dry rock, it broke into water aplenty. Core samples retrieved from 3.4 kilometers were veined with open cracks more than a centimeter wide that had presumably carried fluids. That was only a hint of what was to come at 4 kilometers, where more than half a million liters of a gas-rich, calcium-sodium-chloride brine twice as concentrated as seawater poured into the well. Abundant fluids gushed from depths as great as 6 kilometers. “This has been a real sensation,” says Kehrer. “The surprise is that there are fluids of that amount.”
The drilling stopped at 9.1 kilometers because they could not go further. Was Walt’s predicted saltwater still flowing? Yes it was …
But the abundant brines that had poured into the well at shallower depths continued to flow in at below 8 kilometers, surprising many geophysicists. http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/reprint/266/5185/545.pdf
This is in addition to what I had posted on October 13, 2007 …
Magnetotelluric exploration has shown that the middle and lower crust is anomalously conductive across most of the north-to-south width of the Tibetan plateau. The integrated conductivity (conductance) of the Tibetan crust ranges from 3000 to greater than 20,000 siemens. In contrast, stable continental regions typically exhibit conductances from 20 to 1000 siemens, averaging 100 siemens. Such pervasively high conductance suggests that partial melt and/or aqueous fluids are widespread within the Tibetan crust. In southern Tibet, the high-conductivity layer is at a depth of 15 to 20 kilometers and is probably due to partial melt and aqueous fluids in the crust.
This finding lends support to the Hydroplate Theory of Dr. Walter Brown. Dr. Brown holds a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from MIT and is the originator of the Hydroplate Theory to explain the Great Flood of Noah. His theory is outlined in his online book entitled In the Beginning: Compelling Evidence for Creation and the Flood available HERE. His theory was originated because of the failure of mainstream scientists to account for a host of phenomena including the Mid Oceanic Ridge, comets, asteroids, meteors. The theory postulates a 3/4 mile thick underground layer of water about 10 miles deep which existed prior to the Flood, then burst forth at the onset of the Flood through what is now the Mid Oceanic Ridge. Worldwide flooding, worldwide volcanism and tectonic action ensued while quite a bit of the water, mud and rock debris got ejected at such high speed that it went into orbit and became comets, asteroids and meteors.
Dr. Brown was an evolutionist until the early 1970’s (when he was in his mid-30’s) at which time he realized that evolutionist theories are bankrupt. I have debated various aspects of the Hydroplate Theory at the Internet Infidels Forum HERE.