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Re: Planet X: TUNGUSKA as Example

In Article <> Jonathan wrote
>> Siberia was once lush, a fact the carcasses of mastodons
>> reveal, as their bellies are full of grass. Flash frozen and
>> covered with volcanic dust, organic material lies as a
>> potential.
> No, it doesn't, because it's _frozen_ (and, technical point, not
> flash frozen, either). This lack of decay is exactly why we find
> mammoth carcases in Siberia in the first place.

    How long does it take leftovers in your refrigerator to
    stink?  If the Mastodons were NOT flash frozen, they
    would be in some sort of state of decay!  Perhaps the
    skin preserved, but the internal organs a mush.  This
    is not the case, as your recent documentaries on the
    frozen state of these preserved beasts shows! So if
    flash frozen, and frozen steadily since that date, then
    how did the Mastodons get green grass and buttercups
    in their stomachs?  A fast trot to the Arctic Circle?
    Or do you presume they ate snow?  These were


In Article <> Jonathan wrote
>> Where Siberia may appear to be a frozen wasteland, the
>> center of the Earth is hot,
> The heat from which never reaches the surface...thus,
> permafrost is called  _perma_ frost.

    The remains of Mastodons that were not far enough into
    the polar circle to be completely frozen are bones and the
    ivory that has been harvested from the Ivory Islands for
    centuries.  The bodies rotted, the Ivory did not.  If you
    research this, you will find this to be true, a wealth of ivory,
    no flesh to disturb those shipping the tusks off to become
    piano keys.  Anyone living in the permafrost area will tell
    you that you are a FOOL if you think the permafrost is
    frozen to a depth that it cannot break!  They worry about
    this, these days, when the glaciers are melting and
    whatever is under the permafrost likely to open up under
    their feet!  Houses will sink, and sink holes will open up,
    without question.  Just as in temperate areas, frost goes
    only so many inches of at most feet deep.  There is soil,
    and mud, and decaying matter where decay proceded with
    or without oxygen, just as it does in your gut (fart) where
    methane gas is generated daily.


And from the wealth of existing ZetaTalk ...

    Alaska is prone, as is Siberia, to having its permafrost layer
    shattered. This firm layer of frozen soil, often saturated with
    water so that it is essentially ice in places, resists change in
    the topography, so that the soil does not pour into lowering
    areas, or push up under pressure from below, and thus tension
    and stress accumulate over time. Just as plates resist change,
    and break suddenly during earthquakes along their edges
    where they are scraping or pressing against each other, in a
    like manner, permafrost snaps and is accompanied by minor
    earthquakes. These earthquakes are barely perceptible, but
    can be recorded by instruments.  Such snaps can occur due
    to impact of small meteors, or when a fireball comes close to
    the surface during its intense burning. Heated air causes this
    air above the permafrost to become lighter and less dense,
    and in addition can soften or melt the permafrost. Pressure
    points that already existed are then given an opening, and
    create a snap in such close relationship to the sighting of the
    meteor that nearby observers assume an impact when none
    might have occurred.

        ZetaTalk™, Permafrost Quakes