Continental Plates Split Continues Elsewhere

A diagram of the shifts in the San Andreas fault.

Continental Plates Split Continues Elsewhere
by, KentronIntellectResearchVault ( KIRV )

April 30, 2013 ( Originally Published: September 27, 2012 )

CALIFORNIA, Palos Verdes Penninsula – April 30, 2013 – Earthquake magnitude severity levels and frequency of earthquake swarms are increasing, and in a series of three ( 3 ) reports written by teams of geophysicts recently, it appears plates are splitting open and spreading to other tectonic plates elsewhere where its growing.

From mega earthquakes that unfortunately went publicly unrecognized for several months now, the report indicates a growing trend in ultra-deep oceanic earthquakes spreading elsewhere.

The December 26, 2004 magnitude 9.3 oceanic earthquake ( “Boxing Day Earthquake” ) resulted saw Indian Ocean tsunami deaths of 300,000 people located in several nations ( e.g. Indonesia, Thailand, and India ).

These ultradeep oceanic mega earthquakes crack open continental plates causing land and sea ocean waters to travel.

The March 2011 Japan ultradeep sea Pacific Ocean magnitude 9.2 earthquake split open an entire undersea mountain range 300-miles long, and the resultant tsunami killed everyone ( 15,000 + ) in an entire city.

On April 11, 2012 several back-to-back near 9.0 magnitude earthquakes released an unusual ‘energy factor’ of “Seismic Radiation” travelling at a speed of 7,000 miles per hour with so much power in rapid succession multiple strikes they ‘cracked open a major continental plate’ in the Indian Ocean plus triggered ‘other tectonic plates’ toward the Pacific Ocean to split open as well.

From continental plates in the Indian Ocean growing toward the Pacific Ocean immense geographic region known as the “Asia-Pacific Ring of Fire,” nations from Australia up to Japan and Russia over to Alaska down to California and Argentina have become activated with an unusual continental plate energy.

Unexpected surprises, however recently went publicly unrecognized, a few months ago in Southern California.

During August 2012, strange anomalies began occurring when more than 400 earthquakes in 1-day centered around a little known about ‘volcano’ buried in the Salton Sea near Bombay Beach of Brawley, California located right on-top-of the southern end of the San Andreas Fault Zone where a “Great Earthquake” has not occurred in hundreds of years, which has U.S. Geological Survey ( USGS ) geophysicts believing is now far too long over due.

To read more details about the Indian Ocean continental plate cracking to others splitting toward the Pacific Ocean, review the three ( 3 ) brief reports, global charts, graphs, and films at these official websites ( below ):

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Unmanned Combat Aerial Submarine ( UCAS )

Unmanned Combat Aerial Submarine ( UCAS )
by, Concept Activity Research Vault ( CARV )

March 17, 2011 08:42:22 ( PST) Updated ( Originally Published: January 17, 2011 22:42 )

CALIFORNIA, Mojave – March 17, 2011 – U.S. Department of Defense ( DoD ) Advanced Research Projects Agency ( DARPA ) military science and technology ( S&T ) department has created yet ‘another’ Unmanned Combat Aerial Submersible Vehicle ( UCASV ) that can descend from Low Earth Orbit ( LEO ) flightpaths to approach and submerge a body of water ( oceanic or lake ) where the target is located.

From a remote-control underground desert facility ( Muroc, California ) this aerial combat submarine ( UCASV ) also employs a strategic morphing technology offense for approaching targets beneath the surface, afterwhich mission success this UCASV rises from sea depths with its delta wing ( hydrafoil ) design water-to-air surface breaking power engages its thrust-vectoring engine propulsion system aides short distance smooth water-to-air.

Not since the DARPA program LOCCAS powered LOCKHEED project U.S. Navy remote-controlled cruise torpedo or the DARPA program TACIT BLUE experimental BOEING project Bird of Prey combat aerial vehicle ( image above ) – combined – has a more advanced program developed, however since 2008 such proceeded beyond demonstrator development garnered several private-sector developer designs pushing a DoD DARPA project contract to have begun by 2011 building several versions.

[ PHOTO ( above ): ‘early version’ LOCCAS powered remote-controlled cruise torpedo  ( click to enlarge ) ]

[ PHOTO ( above ): latter version LOCCAS powered remote-controlled cruise torpedo  ( click to enlarge ) ]

[ PHOTO ( above ): DARPA program TACIT BLUE experimental BOEING project Bird of Prey combat aerial vehicle using ‘new Stealth design-cover’ on PRATT & WHITNEY ‘cylindrical-style single engine’ ( click to enlarge ) ]

While hydrodynamics and aerodynamics have similar principle aspects, profound technological challenges existed as Unmanned Aerial Submersible Combat Vehicle ( UASCV ) must be lightweight ( Dupont carbon fiber using 3M carbon resins ) – for minimal power consumption to become airborne – while simultaneously possessing sufficient material hull density to withstand oceanic pressures at variable depths.

Aircrafts that are ‘heavier-than-air’ obtain lift from wing airflow displacement, however submarines regulate buoyancy by pumping water in and out of ballasts within certain hull locations.

One method of getting around the latter problem is to design a ‘lighter-than-water’ submarine with an ‘upside-down flexible ( morphing technology ) batwing aerial submarine vehicle’ using reverseable lift generation alternating ‘delta bat-wing’ directional force design technology facilitating craft navigation through oceanic subsurfaces ( and upon surfacing therefrom ) where drag reduction is virtually eliminated by easily altering its ‘flexible whale tail angle of attack’ generating upward lift allowing a variable propulsion drive system to move the Unmanned Aerial Submersible Combat Vehicle ( UASCV ) amidst a variety of environments.

[ PHOTO ( above ): RocketDyne Division AeroSpike XRS-2200 thrust vector navigation ‘lateral-style engine’ on testbed in Sylmar, California ( click to enlarge ) ]

[ PHOTO ( above ): BOEING RocketDyne Division XRS-2200 AeroSpike thrust vector navigation ‘lateral-style engine’ diagramatic  ( click to enlarge ) ]

[ PHOTO ( above ): DARPA program HAVE BLUE project LOCKHEED Stealth Fighter F-117E using ‘legacy Stealth design-cover’ shielding the RocketDyne XRS-2200 thrust vector navigation ‘lateral-style engines’ ( click to enlarge ) ]

Modified versions of BOEING legacy Rocketdyne XRS-2200 AeroSpike thurst vector navigation ‘lateral engines’ ( 2 ) – based on those formerly used in the U.S. Air Force LOCKHEED F-117E Stealth Reconaissance Fighter ( image ‘immediately’ above ) – are used in miniature tandems ( 2 ) on Aerial Submersible Vehicles ( ASV ).

The Unmanned Aerial Submersible Combat Vehicle ( UASCV ) ’satellite blue-green laser-guided remote-controlled navigation propulsion and underwater optical sensing detectors and camera systems’ remains as sensitive as the DARPA LOCCAS powered remote-piloted submersible torpedo ‘satellite blue-green laser-guided remote-controlled navigation propulsion and underwater optical sensing detectors and camera systems’.


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