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Hailstones Melt

Realized Sentience
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I recently became aware of a 2,000 km long chain of undersea mounts (raised volcanic or geologic structures that do not penetrate the surface of the ocean) running down the east coast of Australia.

Synchronistically, on the same day my brother told me he had purchased a new home in south-east Tasmania, I saw a report of 3 large sea mounts just 400km east of that land location. These are known to be a biological hot spot, with increased sea life from phytoplanktons up to large pods of various species of cetaceans.

If it is true that the volcanoes in the Ring of Fire around the Pacific Ocean, including both land and sea volcanoes, are becoming triggered or active in recent times, that could pose a significant concern for the coastal areas along Australia's east coast. Clif High has said that our Sun has moved cosmological address, taking its solar system with it, and that could be the greatest reason why more volcanoes are becoming active, that have slumbered for hundreds of years. He is not the only person to suggest that cycles of time and cosmological influence could be the progenitor of both earth-warming and earth-icing events.

Even without this additional concern, the discovery of the sea mounts further fills in some detailed knowledge of this Earth we inhabit.

https://www.mirror.co.uk/science/scientists-discover-lost-world-underwater-13394572

https://www.gizmodo.com.au/2018/10/...lcanic-lost-world-is-a-haven-for-marine-life/

https://www.deepreef.org/projects/149-seamounts.html
 

Pucksterguy

Boundless Creation
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The Earth is also expanding, getting bigger and growing. That too is causing the mantle to stretch and break in weak points. Many of them are under the oceans away from prying eyes. Lots of new volcanos and old ones coming back to life.
 
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Hailstones Melt

Hailstones Melt

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Great point, PG. My belly sometimes feels like that, at least my stretch marks say so.
 

Pucksterguy

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LOL I know the feeling. Inspite of the hockey I play I still have a pretty good belly. :eek::-D:ROFL:
 

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