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Norwegian mud volcano

19 May 2023
Biology, Geology

Robert sent in two links – https://www.iflscience.com/new-volcano-has-been-found-flinging-debris-from earths-insides-68952 … and https://en.uit.no/news/article?p_document_id=811821 … with the comment, is this evidence for Thomas Gold’s deep earth gas theory, or Larin’s Hydridic Earth theory? We are told these peculiar volcanoes are direct windows into the earth’s interior since they erupt predominantly water and fine sediments from depths of several hundred metres to a few kilometres – providing a window into past environments. Robert says the latter appears to be an add-on with little meaning but yes, the earth’s interior. For example, the Kola Superdeep Borehole also found water at a depth of 7 kilometres and mud that was boiling with hydrogen. Earth’s interior may be quite different to the consensus view.

The new volcano was found under the Barents Sea, in the Norwegian Arctic. It is active and oozing a slurry of mud, liquids, and gases. It has been named the Borealis Mud Volcano – and is 1312 feet below the surface of the sea. How long has it been oozing? How many others can be found in the Arctic?

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