Another seismology (Ishida theory): commentary version
Main points of Ishida's theory

・The mantle is melting

・An earthquake is explosion phenomenon of dissociated gas

・Negation of plate tectonics thory

Warning! By artificially altering the underground environment, there is a possibility that the combustible gas of hydrogen and oxygen called "dissociated gas" has been created.

Strict attention!

Wildfires, maguma eruptions, artificial eathquake induction etc.

The reason why the earthquake occurs now is explained by the plate tectonics theory and the elastic repulsion theory. However, until the beginning of Showa Earthquake was thought to be an explosion phenomenon that happens in the basement. Kant and Newton thought so.

Here I will explain "another seismology" that the earthquake is caused by the explosion of a mixed gas of hydrogen and oxygen dissociated by the heat of magma in the basement.

Focal Mechanism of Shallow Earthquakes
Explanation of earthquake occurrence by the plate theory
Fig.2 dissociation ⇒ explosion ⇒ bond

Cyclic reaction

 Fig. 1 Three states of water and dissociation reaction
The real reason for the earthquake is that underground chemical reactions

It is due to repeated occurrences.

Even elementary school students know simple chemical reaction formulas.

This detonativ explosion is an earthquake.
There is also the possibility of explosion of dissociated atomic mixed gas.

H. Yamamoto Hydrogen nucleus fusion seminar [1015]


・Three states of water and thermal dissociation condition

After underground water becomes cold water → hot water → overheating water → supercritical water, the degree of dissociation into oxygen and hydrogen, ie degree of dissociation, should increase with temperature and pressure.

・When the dissociation reaction becomes intense

@ When magma rises and ambient temperature also rises

A When the magma descends or a crack is formed in the crust and the pressure drops

It is considered that the dissociation degree will rise. In the great explosion of Krakatoa Island. A crew member of a ship sailing in the vicinity witnessed a large amount of seawater flowing towards the island. I think that it was the case of A.

Bound water ⇒ Dissociation reaction ⇒ Explosion ⇒ Cycle of bound water dissociation and bonding

As shown in Figure 2, bound water (normal water) that has shifted to a region with high degree of dissociation starts to dissociate.

In the dissociation reaction, heat is absorbed as can be seen from equation (1), so the ambient temperature drops once and even if it is a dissociated gas which is said to be explosive, it does not explode immediately.

After a while, when the temperature rises due to heat conducted from the surroundings and reaches the ignition point, an explosion reaction occurs and it returns to bound water again. This is the truth of the earthquake.

The series of cycles of this bound water ⇒ dissociation ⇒ explosion ⇒ bound water is the reason why the aftershock will continue for a long time. There will be no aftershocks until the dissociation water falls within the dissociation capacity of the spot and it stabilizes and there is no release gas.

Underground injection experiment of waste liquid at munitions factory in Denver etc. artificially destroys the dissociation condition of the underground space and it is a very dangerous experiment.

What I am worried about now is the influence of underground storage experiment of carbon dioxide carried out in Niigata prefecture until this January. In the Chuetsu Earthquake, aftershocks are occurring more than twice as frequently despite being a small earthquake than the Hanshin Awaji earthquake. I inquired of the person in charge, but it seems to be doing only examination in the theoretical seismology, so I am worried that I do not consider the influence of carbon dioxide injection at all. Please also refer to New Office 47 etc.

Mechanism of the occurrence of the tsunami of the Sumatra earthquake that was listed in the newspaper

The tip of the Eurasian plate is raised and its back is settled. Why does such settlement occur? I do not agree with this phenomenon.

Fig. 4 Submarine fluctuation in the Sumatra earthquake (See New Interpretation of New Office 46).
Fig. 3 Initial movement generated

from earthquake source

・The reaction of the dissociated gas is implosion, causing a pull area

The reaction of dissociated gas is a phenomenon accompanied by the intense sound of detonation, but it is implosion that the volume shrinks after reaction. Even with a mixed gas of about 30 cc by an experiment at the science of elementary school, it makes a loud noise and responds. This implosion phenomenon is the cause of creating a pull area of push-pull distribution seen at the time of earthquake.

・Why is the epicentral (direct-type)earthquake horrible?

The closer the explosion direction is to the vertical, the more damage the earthquake will be on the ground, but this is the real meaning of a direct-type earthquake and it is a terrible reason. In the normal opinion, a reasonable explanation of the direct type earthquake can not be performed. The direct-type earthquake is a mass communication term and even comment that it is not an academic term.

・Shallow earthquakes that are not direct type

If the direction of the explosion is diagonal, the damage to the earthquake on the ground will not be so large, but the raised part and the settling part will appear. If settling is intense, it will be a sinking of island that happened on the island of Uryuu in Japan.

Both uplift and settlement appear in Sumatra

1. A dissociation layer is usually stable. It is moved upward due to the pressure decrease and the rise in temperature. 2. When a dissociation layer is raised, a consolidated water dissociates, and dissociated water (detonating gas) is made. Circumference temperature falls down locally. An earthquake sign occurs. 3. When temperature is recovered, a detonating gas ignites and explodes. It is a seismic occurrence.

4. The inside of the magma chamber decompresses by the consolidation process. A magma chamber is crushed. Magma is raised again.
Fig.5 Mechanism of earthquake occurrence

See An earthquake occurrence mechanism by explosion of dissociated water

The four schematic diagrams shown in Figure 5 are intended to explain the occurrence of an earthquake assuming the magma rising and the dissociation reaction increases (the case of @ above). Please read the explanation of each footnote.

Occurrence of a precursor accompanying the earthquake occurs in the state of A. That is, at the stage where the thermal dissociation reaction shifting to the right in the equation (1) is occurring, the molecular weight increases from 2 to 3 and the pressure increases.

Then, it crushes the crust, causing micro cracks and pushing hot and humid steam to the surface. At that time ground current will be generated and various kinds of hypocenter phenomena will occur.

Fig.6 Scientific commentary on various earthquake precursors

Focal Mechanism of Deep Earthquakes
The figure on the left is the interpretation of the theory in HP of Japan Meteorological Agency.

Explanation of a huge earthquake between the plates and shallow earthquakes of the land area is made.

The Wadachi - Benioff zone is the part of the picture where the Pacific plate is subducting. In the plate theory this part is solid, but in Ishida theory it is a melting mantle. The lower part of the crust is the melting mantle. I think that it can not explain the occurrence of deep earthquakes in the plate theory. The mantle material melted by friction is rising like a fish swims, but does such a thing really happen? The part of the picture in which the fish are swimming is the region where the earthquake does not occur, and in the figure below it is the part with shading.

In the plate techtonics theory it is explained that the deep earthquake surface called Wadachi - Benioff zone is a form that the plate subducts.

Ishida's theory thinks that the mantle is melting. We estimate that the Wadachi - Benioff zone is part of convection in the mantle. It is believed that the frequent occurrence of an earthquake here is that the dissociated gas inside the mantle undergoes a binding reaction and is converted into bound water. This is an earthquake.

At the tip of the deep earthquake surface (Wadachi - Benioff zone), all dissociated water converts to bound water, meaning that no earthquake will occur anymore.

Fig. 7 Explanation of volcanic eruption and earthquake occurrence by plate tectonics theory
Fig.-9  Mechanism of deep  earthquakes
Fig-8  Interpretation of Wadachi-Benioff zone

A deep earthquake is an explosion phenomenon occurring in the mantle convection, and a shallow earthquake is an explosion phenomenon occurring in the vicinity of the volcano and magma reservoir in the crust. Earthquakes will not occur in the hatched areas in the mantle which is also a magma ocean.
Schematic diagram of convective mantle as liquid (trench ⇒ ridge)

It is described along A → B → C → D.

At the ocean ridges, high-temperature hot water that melts minerals is squirting out of the ocean floor. Ejecting water is bound water formed by an earthquake. When melted mineral precipitates, a chimney-like shape called chimney is formed.

Earthquakes will continue in the trench until the bound water is all dissociated. Therefore, an earthquake will occur to a depth of 700 km or so. Deep earthquakes occur only in the trench where the liquid mantle is transported into the Earth by convection phenomena, but shallow earthquakes occur only at the ocean ridge where the mantle rises.
When this part rises to the surface of the earth, you can see the terrain like the African Rift Belt like the one on the right. The African earth once was at the bottom of the ocean.

Fig. 10 Difference in earthquake mechanism between trench and ridge
・ Explain why deep earthquakes occur in the trench which the mantle sinks consistently.

When mantle substances, including bound water, move to areas with high dissociation capability, dissociation starts, but for quantities exceeding dissociation ability in that region, it returns to bound water through a reaction called explosion. This means the occurrence of an earthquake, but as you dive further deeply, it repeats the same reaction and continues the dissociation ⇒ explosion ⇒ bond reaction until finally no bound water is present. When there is no bound water, no earthquake will occur, but it will hit the terminal end (B) of deep earthquake surface depth of about 700 km.

・Only the shallow earthquake will occur at the ocean ridge and explain the reason for the hot water that will cause black smoke.

The mantle material that reached the lower part (C) of the ocean ridge is diluted due to the diffusion phenomenon caused by convection, and the content of dissociated water is less than the point (B) at the same depth in the lower part of the trench section I will. Therefore, in the process of rising towards the upper ridge (D), for a while the content is below the dissociation ability. Therefore, the reaction of binding does not occur until the content exceeds the dissociation ability. This is the reason why deep earthquakes do not occur in the ridge.

If the content of dissociated water rises to a point beyond the dissociation ability, a coupling reaction, that is, an earthquake will occur. This means that the dissociated water in the mantle turns into bound water at the lower ridge, which means that new water is born, and this water is discharging black smoke.

・In the deep Earth it is all dissociated water, not in the form of H 2 O.

There is no bound water in the mantle matter deep in the Earth (where it is deeper than 700 km) where there is no occurrence of a deep earthquake, all dissociated water (which is a mixed gas of oxygen and hydrogen, but Ishida theory independently It is a term that we have named.

●: Sensitive area

○: insensitivity

+: Epicenter

Fig.-12 Structure of the crust proposed by another seismology
Fig.-11 Abnormal earthquake area seen in deep earthquakes
・Abnormal earthquake area in the Kanto area

In so-called deep earthquakes occurring in the deep part of the Earth (deep part even up to 700 kilometers) in the liquid mantle, the phenomenon of abnormal seismic zone always appears in the Kanto region. In other words, it is a feeling of a sensible earthquake only in the Kanto area, although it is insensitive in the epicenter (epicenter), and the arrival time of the seismic wave arrives earlier than the calculation time in Kanto.

This phenomenon is due to the fact that a dense and hard rock stratum composed of peridotites on the upper part of the liquid mantle (the main part of the crust: the part hitting the shell of the egg when the earth is regarded as egg) is located close to the ground surface. The cause is that the crust of the sea side is thinner than the crust of the continental side.

・Seismic waves from deep Earth

The seismic waves propagating from the deep Earth to the mantle reach the dense peridotite at the bottom of the crust, further propagate through it and reach far, but in the vertical direction there are basalt and granite to absorb minor vibrations It is often a silent earthquake.

・Seismic wave generated in the Kyushu area

When earthquakes that occurred in the Kyushu region were measured with the Kanto seismograph, the high frequency components were absorbed and the vibration was not included in the shaking waveform, but in the case of the earthquake in the direction of Hokkaido it was not absorbed, It means that high frequency components are included. This is also a phenomenon that can be explained from the structure of the crust.

In addition, the Pacific Ocean side from the Kanto to Hokkaido is always concerned with finer weak shocks, as compared with the Kansai area. Although there seems to be many people who have anxiety, it can be said that the region with a lot of micro shaking is the regional fate of the Kanto region.

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