Another Article from Russia

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English ( translation by Google)

Methane steam room: theory and evidence

[snip] ” . . . . According to unconfirmed information (which leads Rad Chick in the text of my video ” Prelude to the Louisiana failure “), the late insider Matthew Simmons [7] intended to make public information about the growth of the underground pressure of natural gas, which will be expanded through the oil-bearing strata and aquifers at supersonic speeds . This phenomenon will cause the instability of faults and other geological problems. And, according to Simmons, these problems will occur at very large distances from the BP oil disaster . There is a lack of specifics, but it sounds interesting. After rapid growth in the number of failures and methane explosions in the U.S. and in fact observed.”

See Also –  Methane Chex-Mix

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WHERE IS THE METHANE FROM?

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26 thoughts on “Another Article from Russia

  1. Pingback: Prelude to the Louisiana failure , the late insider Matthew Simmons intended to make public information about the growth of the underground pressure of natural gas, which will be expanded through the oil-bearing strata and aquifers at supersonic speeds .

  2. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0016703712007351

    ” Abstract

    The formation of mud volcanoes in the Gulf of Cadiz is closely linked to diapirism in the deep subsurface. The Mercator mud volcano (MMV)is a rare example where diapiric emplacement, in addition to being key for upward fluid migration, is also an important zone for fluid and mineral diagenesis. The most intriguing findings in the near-surface muds of the MMV are extremely high salinities of up to 5.2 M of NaCl from diapiric and evaporitic halite dissolution and the occurrence of” abstract continues at link

    Unfortunately the PDF is not free

  3. Another pay PDF. Interesting info in the abstract.
    http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1029/2010JB008061/abstract

    “We propose that erosion of the top of the Vernadsky Ridge that underlies the mud volcanoes activated salt movement, triggering deep migration of fluids, dissolution of salt, and sediment liquefaction and mobilization since the end of the Pliocene. Since beginning of mud volcanism in this area, the mud volcanoes erupted four times while there was only one reactivation of salt tectonics. This implies that there are other mechanisms that trigger mud eruptions. The stratigraphic relationship of mudflows from the MMV and BMV indicates that the BMV was triggered by the MMV eruptions. This may either be caused by loading-induced hydrofracturing within the BMV or due to a common feeder system for both mud volcanoes.”

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    Another one, this one came out Sept 1st of this year.

    http://link.springer.com/article/10.1134%2FS0024490213050040

    ” Analysis of the distribution of salt diapirs and mud volcanoes in the Earth’s continental block reveals their frequent spatial coincidence. These structures are also characterized by similar morphological and geological structures indicating their elisional origin. The appearance of zones with anomalously high formation pressures (AHFP) is the main factor responsible for the development of mud volcanoes and salt diapirs. The anomalously high formation pressure reflects transformation of the phase composition of salts, clay minerals, and dispersed organic matter under the influence of thermolysis and thermocatalysis in closed physicochemical systems.”

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