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Universal Vortical Singularity enlightenment on crater

Based on the UVS model, a peculiar type of crater with vortical markings on its remnant, is formed by the vortex of molten matter medium manifested in the molten spheroid underneath the stratified surface of the Earth.
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Evidently, the remnants of a dual-core vortex eye manifested in a crater, suggests that the crater was formed by vortex of molten matter from underneath the Earth's crust.

From the UVS perspective, the molten spheroid underneath the stratified surface of Earth, which is an ocean of high viscosity molten matter (i.e. mantle), when significantly subjected to an external torque-induced precession, could spawn all sorts of molten matter free vortex with its satellite vortex cluster, such as spheroidal vortex, polar vortex, and lower latitude vortex at tropical and subtropical regions in various shapes and sizes.

See a UVS subtopic on "Vortically suspended celestial spheroid" for further elaboration.

UVS qualitatively predicts that a crater with a dual-core marking was formed by a dual-core unisonal vortex of molten matter resonated underneath the Earth's crust.

The cognitive paradox that negates to render the misconception of a peculiar type of crater with vortical markings as impact crater, was thus meticulously resolved with its underlying mechanism illuminated.

As a result of Solar System objects arranged in focused crossed alignments, with their torque-induced precession manifested on the Earth, this can cause a vortical gravitational singularity to spawn within the Earth in its ocean of molten matter with strongly resonate torque-free precession; this can spawn a unisonal vortex as a low pressure system to manifest as a dual-core vortex of molten matter to form a dual-core pit crater.

UVS qualitatively predicts that a vortex of molten matter can be spawn underneath Earth's crust as a result of precession effects caused by the alignments of Solar System objects.


Roter Kamm crater in Namibia

Acraman crater in South Australia

New Quebec Crater in Canada

The above three craters as illustrated have the markings of a dual-core vortex, and as observed, one vortical core is at the top in all these images, and the other overlapping vortical core is at below. And evidently, there are many craters and basins on Earth that have the markings of a dual-core vortex.

Barringer Meteor Crater in Arizona.

The diameter of this famous meteorite crater is 1.2 kilometers, and it is 49,000 years old.

The markings of a dual-core vortex eye are visible at the center of this crater in Arizona.

Click on image to see full size picture.

See a close up shot for the crater center of this Barringer Meteor Crater, it shows the markings of a pair of large vortex eyes.


Barringer Meteor Crater in Arizona.


Wolfe Creek Crater in Australia.

This meteorite impact crater is partly buried under wind blown sand. Its crater rim rises 25 meters (82 feet) above the land and the crater floor is 50 meters (164 feet) below the rim.

The markings of a dual-core vortex eye are visible at the center of this crater in Australia.

Click on image to see full size picture.



Wolfe Creek Crater in Australia.


Clearwater Lake
twin impact craters.

These are formed simultaneously by two separate, but probably related, meteorite impacts, are very rarely recognized on Earth. This pair is situated in crystalline bedrocks of the Canadian Shield. The larger Clearwater Lake West (left) shows a prominent ring of islands that has a diameter of about 10 kilometers. They constitute a central uplifted area and are covered with impact melts. The central peak of the smaller Clearwater Lake East (right) is submerged. (Excerpts from web site)

These craters in Canada are clearly visible for the markings of a dual-core vortex.

Click on image to see full size picture.



Clearwater Lake twin impact craters.


Mecatina Meteor crater in Quebec.

 A geological study revealed the Mecatina structure in Quebec is in fact NOT a meteorite impact crater; rather, it is the result of multiple folding episodes of the bedrock.

Form the UVS perspective, the main vortex eye had formed as a circular lake, the secondary vortex eye on the right side of the main vortex eye can be seen in the image on right, had formed as an irregular lake within a circular indentation surrounding it; these remnants are evidence for a dual-core vortex eye that was manifested underneath the crust layer.


Mecatina Meteor crater in Quebec.


Gemelos twin craters in Galapagos Island.

These submerged twin craters in Galapagos Island are clearly visible with markings of dual-core vortices.

This is one of the Gemelos twin craters, which are a pair of craters approximately 30 meters deep located on either side of the road to Baltra.

Comments: There are just too many meteorites being found near volcanoes and craters, these incidents might not be just mere coincident. Most of those iron-nickel alloy found probably were ejecta from Earth's outer core as a result of volcanic activities. Meteorite impact hazard is real, but it must not be mixed with craters that were caused by vortex of molten matter that occurs from beneath the crust.



A Gemelos dual-core crater.


By examine the satellite images of Earth closely, it would reveal countless big and small dual-core craters by the hundreds all over the world, and they are observable on landmasses as well as on sea beds.

See an externally linked satellite image on "Crater Map" powered by Geology.com that could show Earth is marred with numerous craters in packs.

Watch a video clip on research for Siberia vocanic activity and a video on Lost Worlds - Atlantis. See also an externally linked topic on "Sun's location and neighborhood" that elaborates on the Sun is oscillating up and down relative to the galactic plane while it revolves around the Galactic Center and these oscillations often coincide with mass extinction periods on Earth.

It is a fact that these are pit craters as they can be empirical observed with their dual-core vortical markings, and these therefore consture as a qualitative proof for the peculiar type of craters with vortical markings on their remnants, which were formed by the vortices of molten matter medium manifested in the molten spheroid underneath the stratified surface of the Earth.


All sorts of dual-core crater in Siberia.

Criteria: The underlying mechanism of a peculiar type of crater illuminated by its hypothetical construct based on the UVS model, elucidated its delusional observation that renders its misconceptions. Thus, its cognitive paradox could be meticulously resolved, and all the related natural phenomena were then qualitatively analysed with the conceptual frameworks of UVS by inductive reasoning for explicating on their empirical evidence with abductive reasoning to establish their qualitative predictions.

See a UVS topic on "Overviews of UVS" that elaborates on the methodology for conducting qualitative evaluation of natural phenomena based on the UVS model.

 

Mars' Victoria crater - From the UVS perspective

Based on unisonal vortex mechanism, Mars' Victoria crater was most likely caused by the resonation of a vortex of molten matter manifested from underneath its crust; a meteor impact would not be able to form those wave patterns and node markings at all.

Watch a video clip on an experiment of acoustic sound waves that demonstrates how induced seismic waves in mechanical force could interact in a high viscosity medium. In the experiment with some interventions, mechanically resonated standing waves with momentum in the medium are observed to manifest in organized turbulence as a dynamic cluster of wrapped surfaces that resembles pairs of splitting dual-core vortex. The standing waves manifested in the high viscosity medium were artificially induced, while nature in a synergetic of torque-induced precession and torque-free precession resonated on the molten matter medium of Mars, could have had generated such standing waves naturally.

See also video clips on "Acoustic water dance", "Cornstarch and vibrations", "Cornstarch at 35-55hz" and "WATER SOUND IMAGES".

From the UVS perspective, apparently the node markings around the crater were caused by a chain of satellite vortices generated around the circumference of the main vortex, these cyclonic satellite vortices impelled by the dominant vortex within the vortex eye, should thus cyclonically spin in the same direction as its dominant vortex. At the bottom and a bit to the right of the crater in the left picture below, the marking of a complete satellite vortex was still well preserved. The inner circular pattern appears to be the markings left by the resonated satellite vortices that had spawned within the vortex eye.

This Victoria crater on the southern hemisphere of Mars has a width of 750 meters, and its markings that demonstrated slight twist suggest its molten matter vortex was cyclonically rotating in clockwise direction.


The above side view image of Victorial crater showed a radial pattern of spokes around the crater that are most probably the remnant of a chain of satellite vortices of a main vortex of molten matter that had shaped this crater. A chain of satellite vortices would have caused those arc shaped erosions (highlighted as white circle in right image) around the outer rim of the crater.

Image on right highlighted those semi-circular node patterns, these erosions were formed by a chain of satellite vortices of a dominant unisonal vortex of molten matter in its external ring. At bottom right there is a circular erosion just outside the crater at five o'clock position, this is the remnant of a satellite vortex that has not collapsed into the main crater.

 


Mars' Victoria crater with nodes highlighted

Note: See the inserted graphic that illustrates vortical motion in 2D vectors, it shows the a possible vortical force interactions that could have caused the vortical patterns with nodes manifested within the inner round shape markings of Mars' Victoria crater. The parallel curved lines (cyan lines) are apparent the markings of the driving vortical current of a larger vortex of molten matter that had interacted with the progressive harmonic vortices (brown circles) dilated from the vortex center of this crater.

See UVS topics on "Unisonal vortex mechanism" that elaborates on the interactions of two vortical inertial forces could have spawned harmonic vortices and satellite vortices of molten matter, and "Mammatus clouds" that elaborates on how similar vortical inteferrence patterns could be manifested on an atmospheric layer.


Harmonic vortices

 

Two-dimensional pictorial of a unisonal vortex with nested vortex formations
in a paradigm with harmonic unisonal vortices of cyclones and anti-cyclones
that interact in unison. Animations on right illustrate the fractals of vortical motion.

Image above is a caption of Mars with several huge gaseous vortices occurred simultaneously.

Click here for a close up image. If date of this event is known, the Solar System alignment for this simultaneous volcanic eruption with huge electromagnetic storms could be tracked.


 

Image above shows a chain of volcanic craters at Northeast Pacific Ocean Ridge on Earth, a region known for its volcanic activities. These were very probably caused by vortices of molten matter that had spawned from beneath Earth's crust.  Image above shows craters on Mars that are suppossedly caused by vortices of molten matter underneath its stratified surface. Take note of the crater with a raise pointed structure on bottom right in the half past four direction.

 

Zoomed in image, click here for full resolution image.
Zoomed out image
From the UVS perspective, the markings of these lava tubes are the remnants of satellite vortices of a much bigger clockwise spinning cyclonic vortex of molten matter that had created volcano Pavonis Mons on Mars at southern hemisphere near to equator. The satellite vortices and furrows were pulled and moved underneath the crust towards the main vortex as spiral arms, in a spinning process the furrows of stretched vortex columns could form these markings.


Yuty crater of Mars

A crater on Earth's moon

Landsat photo of lake Toba

The Yuty crater of Mars as shown has a raised outer rim and an uplifted center in the middle of a sunken crater. The Earth's moon (@ longitude: 28°15'53" and latitude: 45°09'12") has a uplifted center and also has what appeared to be lava tubes around the crater. The Lake Toba is the largest volcanic lake in the world on Earth, believed to be the site of a supervolcanic eruption, in its elongated form it apparently has a structure of uplifted center similar to the Yuty crater of Mars. There are many meteor craters on Moon that also have such cone-shaped structure in the center, and obviously these craters were not caused by meteor impact.

From the UVS perspective, these complex craters with uplifted centers were formed by the resonation of molten matter vortices manifested from underneath their crusts; these are vortically formed molten matter structures with transferred horn torus geometry.


Horn torus


Planum Australe at South Pole


Vastitas Borealis at North Pole


Side view of Vastitas Borealis

From the UVS perspective, these enormous size polar basins on Mars as shown in the above images, were most likely caused by manifested polar vortices of molten matter from beneath Mars' crust. The dune fields in Argyre Planitia of Planum Australe and Vasitias Borealis apparently are markings of interference pattern rendered by vortices of molten matter that have had manifested from beneath its crust with precession effect.

Jupiter's moon Io was believed to have an ocean of magma beneath its icy stratified silicate crust. In a previously known huge volcanic eruption on Io, there were volcanic ejecta that have overcome escape velocity of Io and left a ring of icy slush mixed with silicate rock debris around Jupiter in its orbit.


Successive views show the dramatic volcano eruption on Io


A continuous eruption on Io and remnants nearby are pit craters

Jupiter's moon Io


Craters on other Solar System objects


Craters on Mercury

Craters on Venus

Craters on Earth's moon

Craters on Jupiter's Calisto

Saturn's Hyperion

This is a thermal image polar vortex of Saturn, literally hundreds of storm clouds encircle the pole, appearing as dark spots in this infrared spectrometer thermal image, and each of these spots represents a storm. Based on unisonal vortex mechanism, these are the harmonic unisonal vortices.

If a unisonal vortex of molten matter underneath the crust layer of a Solar System object (similar to the polar vortex of Saturn with harmonic vortices) had occurred, it could cause big and small cluster of craters to form all over the surface on the crust layer similar to those craters that had formed in Solar System objects as shown in the above images.

From the UVS perspective, these are how the homogenous craters could have formed on surfaces of these Solar System objects; these were effecs of molten matter vortices that have had manifested underneath their crust layer to from the pit craters. Heuristically, these craters are the remnants caused by vortical motion of molten matter, and they have had become stratified from their molten forms.


Polar vortex of Saturn

See some vortex clusters in an animated image that shows vortices of Jupiters in an ocean of gaseous viscous matter, see also UVS subtopics on "The primeval Earth and its moon", and "The cometary craters and the creation of chemical elements in the comet" that elaborates on how cometary craters could be formed.

 

 

 

 

10th June 2007

References and links:
Mantle - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Torque-induced precession - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pit crater - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Roter Kamm crater - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Acraman crater - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
New Quebec Cratrer - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Barringer Meteor Crater in Arizona - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wolfe Creek Crater in Australia - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Clearwater Lake twin impact craters - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gemelos twin craters in Galapagos Island
- Voyagers Travel Company
Images of Arizona Meteor Crater - MrEclipse.com
Images of terrestrial impact craters - Lunar and Planetary Institute
Image of underwater crater - Surtrek Tour Operator
Image of Mecatina Crater - Meteorite Impact Cratering
Meteor Crater Map - Geology.com, Google
Crater Map of Earth - powered by Geology.com
Lost Worlds - Atlantis - History Channel
Sun's location and neighborhood - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Video clip on research for Siberia vocanic activity - BrunoTheQuestionable from YouTube
Video on an experiment of acoustic sound waves - etherpimp, YouTube
Video clip on "Acoustic water dance" - From Youtube by Armuotas
Video clip on "Cornstarch and vibrations - From Youtube by nik282000
Video clip on Cornstarch at 35-55hz"
- From Youtube by michaeluna
Video clip on WATER SOUND IMAGES"
- From Youtube by fabriatlantide
Mars' Victoria crater - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Images of Mars active volcanoes - Life in the Solar System, NASA
Images of Victoria crater - NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter
Image of side view for Victorial crater - NASA's Mars Exploration Rover
Lava tubes - NewScientist
Images of crater chain at Northeast Pacific Ocean Ridge - From NSF RIDGE Project CDF Bathymetric Data
Image of Mars active volcanoes closed up - Wikimedia Commons
Image of Mars craters - Gallery of 3DEM Terrain Images
Image of Palvonis Mons and lava tubes - ESA
Lake Toba - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Complex craters - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Image of Mars' Yuty crater - Astro 1
Horn torus geometry - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Image of Eruption on Jupiter's Moon Io - JPL, NASA robot spacecraft Galileo
Successive views on eruption on Io - New Scientist
Io (moon) and image - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Image of North Pole Crater of Mars - NASA
Image of South Pole Carter of Mars - European Space Agency
Image of huge oceanic whirlpool off Sydney - CSIRO oceanographers
Deep-ocean whirlpool, image and graphic - University of Delaware

Image of craters on Earth's moon - Images from the Universe
Image of craters on Jupiter's moon Calistro - Planetary Geology For Teacher
Image of craters on Mercury - NASA Messenger orbiter
Image of craters on Venus - NASA
Image of craters in Saturn's moon Hyperion - NASA Cassini
Image of Victoria crater with highlighted circular depressions - www.holoscience.com.au
Image of polar vortex of Saturn - Credits: NASA/JPL/Space Science Institute/University of Arizona.

 

 

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