Liaoning is the Province and Fushun the city.
A very old history.- Archeological evidence establishes that community life existed in Liaoning 5,000 years ago.
- an important trade center, an area that contains rich, untapped resources, and for its strategic position as the Golden Triangle.
- the birthplace of warlords and the cradle of the Qing Dynasty.
- Liaoning's often troubled history has given us an interesting legacy of architecture and artifacts,
- Shenyang, Liaoning's capital city, there is a Manchu version of the Forbidden City known as the Shenyang Imperial Palace. Built on the same principles as the Forbidden City in Beijing. The emperors that built the Imperial Palace also built their burial sites in Shenyang: Fuling Tomb also called the East Tomb; and Zhaoling Tomb, also called the North Tomb. (...). A third tomb, Yongling Tomb, completes the famous tomb group known as the 'three tombs outside of the Great Wall'.
Are there thus TOMBS INSIDE The Great Wall ????
- Qianshan Mountain in Liaoning is connected with The Goddess Quanyin (alien connection)
- Southeast of Shenyang is Benxi, which has the largest water cave in Asia. Benxi Water Cave National Park, there are six areas of particular interest: Mount Miaohou, Mount Tiecha, Mount Guanmen, the Spa Temple, Tanggou Valley, and the Water Cave. The Water Cave has an underground river with water so clear that the riverbed is always visible.
What would make Fushun SPECIAL?
Could there be a reason why The RING of LIFE was build in Fushun ?
Could there be Bezerk-connections ???FUSHUN- Fushun is located on the Hun River
- a highly industrialized area. It has developed as a thriving center for fuel, power and raw materials
It is rich in many types of resources including wood, coal, oil shale, iron, copper, magnesium, gold, marble, titanium, and marl. Hydro-electric and thermal power are also important locally available resources.
- The main coal and oil shale company is Fushun Mining Group, The company has also coalbed methane resources around of 8.9 billion cubic meters. In addition, it owns geological reserve for high grade oil shale about 3.5 billion tons, of which exploitable reserve is 920 million tons.
Fushun has developed through the utilization of the abundant natural mineral deposits found in the area and is a nationally important heavy industrial base for petroleum, chemical, metallurgy machinery and construction material industries.
(...) At the end of 2006, the Fushun Mining Group operated the largest shale oil plant in the world consisting of seven retorting units with 20 retorts in each unit, total 140 sets of Fushun type retort.
There are also two oil refineries. Fushun Petrochemical Company, a subsidiary of PetroChina, is building a refining and petrochemical complex in Fushun.
THIS above makes FUSHUN a very very important AND STRATEGIC place !!!
This is getting interesting !
CHIN-RUS-JAP trio :- The city was occupied by Russia until 1905 and by Japan until 1945.
The allied-trio opposite of the ODESSA-group !!!
ROYALS :- Within Fushun is the origin of the Qing Dynasty, at a site known as Xingjing City. It was the first capital of the Late Jin dynasty dating to 1616. Beside the ancient city are the Yongling tombs containing several members of the royal household.
SALT- [link to publishing.cdlib.org]
The Nineteenth-Century Salt Magnates
The Business of Salt . Sichuan sits on salt. Salt deposits can be found throughout the rock layers deposited from about 900 to 65 million years ago. The most important are thought to have originated about 185 million years ago in an ancient epicontinental sea. Repeated inundation and evaporation in the basin produced thick accumulations of salt that are now preserved in rich subterranean deposits of rock salt and brine. Evidence exists of its exploitation in shallow salt pits as early as the second millennium B.C. (...) This lead was maintained during the early Qing until new deep drilling technology led to the rapid development of the richer salt resources in the Lower Basin counties of Jianwei, Leshan, Rongxian, and Fushun.
- [link to www.h-net.org]
At the same time, salt yards in the districts of Fushun (aka Ziliujing) and Rongxian (aka Gongjing), an area today known as Zigong, achieved a competitive edge through technological innovation. (...) both politics and technology worked together in creating conditions favorable to industrial expansion in Furong (i.e., Fushun and Rongxian). It is important to note that from the 1820s onward, improvement of deep drilling technology allowed for the excavation of highly productive black-brine wells with a depth of up to almost three thousand feet. These black-brine wells produced more brine and in much higher concentration than the yellow-brine wells in former times. On account of its greatly increased efficiency of the salt production process, the development of these black-brine wells represents a milestone in the history of the salt industry
Could this be a reason that the CHINESE got involved and wanted to prevent "Certain Events in the GOM" becauze they have so much experience with salt and salt mining ???
Did they know all along that it was not about the OIL in the GOM but about the SALT-domes and salt-deposits/salt-layers ????
This below was the part [when I tried to read a pdf-file] when my pc froze and my post was gone ...(Fushun basin is located in the SW part of the Dunmi Fault. It is an oil ... located between the Huadian and Fushun Basins. .... form brackish-salt lake waters with ..)
The info on 'Dunmi Fault, salt and Fushun' is very very scarce ! I wonder why that is ?
[link to books.google.nl
] - The Eastern branch is the Dunmi faultextends in about NE 50* direction in the southern section through Fushun, Quinyuan, Hailong, (...) which shows a graben basin consisting of two tilted faults dipping towards inner rift.
The Northern section and a western branch of the fault go toward Russia.
Then the link of the information/book skips a few pages of the book and suddenly there is talk of "collaps pillars" on page 381
!!! You can imagine my surprise !!!
Then it goes on about "non-mining ruptures in coal mine shafts as a new kind of geological disaster" ... and the influence of water-levels and de-watering ...
page 399 about : "...ground subsidence under very think water-bearing strata" ....
Cant find more on this :[PDF]
The Oil Shale Deposit of Fushun, Manchuria
by K Uwatoko - 1931
Geological relation between the Fushun oil shale and the. SeaM.[---snipped strange symbols---] bottom of water basins of fresh and salt waters by agencies of bacteria.
Related snips to it are :- China has an important amount of oil shale potential in Manchuria and particularly near Fushun,
- Since the opening of the Tach'ing oil field in North Manchuria 15 years ago, the
Chinese oil industry has received national and global attention.
- ... Just as the plan for Japanese development of this deposit was ready to be put in operation some-
thing happened politically, and the con- trol was taken out of Japanese hands and given to a ... The
hydrogena- tion of coal and the use of oil shales in Manchuria are also ...
- The true extent of Manchuria's
reserves, however, remains unknown
---BORATE/BORON & SALT-DOMES
I read that : These borate lakes are essentially mono mineralic in the sense that no other salts occur in major quantities. There is, however, another type of borate lake deposit, with mixed salts and/or brine containing borates in sufficient quantity to justify recovery. These are becoming increasingly important on a worldwide scale. Searles Lake, CA, has been cited as a type example of a multicomponent lake formed by evaporation of lake waters (Smith, 1966, 1979). Numerous studies of Searles Lake have concluded that boron and the other dissolved constituents originated along the eastern front of the Sierra Nevada, were concentrated and decanted in a series of updrainage lakes, and finally were precipitated and preserved in Searles Lake itself. This scenario seems to fit several of the Chinese and Tibetan lakes as well, although they are far less studied (Lock, 1991). The borates found in the large South American salars, such as Uyuni and Atacama, may also have formed by leaching of surrounding rocks and subsequent evaporation, although the role of local mineralized spring waters containing boron has not been fully evaluated at this time.
Marine Evaporites: Borates of marine origin have been found
in commercial quantities only in eastern Europe. These are magnesium borates associated with Permian salt deposits. They were produced in Germany as a byproduct of potash mining, and in the Inder region of Kazakhstan. The Inder deposits, where the borates occur as veins in the cap of a very large salt dome complex, are reported to be remobilized and concentrated from the salt during the
intrusion of the salt dome itself. The source of the unusual amount of marine boron, however, remains a problem. Some of the Chinese deposits of the Liaoning Peninsula may be of similar origin although they occur as veins in metamorphosed limestone and magnesite of Precambrian Age.
The Inder Lake brines which are also a source of Kazakhstan
production appear to be simply a sump accumulation of borate
values leached from the huge Inder salt dome complex. These
would be similar in occurrence to the complex lake brines, referenced above, although leached from marine salts rather than continental rocks. The Kara-Bagaz-Gol Lagoon borates on the east shore of the Caspian Sea would appear to be leached from marine brines as well (Lyday, 1991).
What is boron?
What does it do ?Why is it linked and found in SALT-DOMES ?
[link to en.wikipedia.org
] Boron is a chemical element with chemical symbol B and atomic number 5. Because boron is produced entirely by cosmic ray spallation and not by stellar nucleosynthesis, it is a low-abundance element in both the solar system and the Earth's crust. Boron is concentrated on Earth by the water-solubility of its more common naturally occurring compounds, the borate minerals.
What was AUgie called first ???
The morphing element captured by the French sub :
Hydrothermal, clay, seawater/crust :There are 13 known isotopes of boron, the shortest-lived isotope is 7B which decays through proton emission and alpha decay. It has a half-life of 3.5×10−22 s. Isotopic fractionation of boron is controlled by the exchange reactions of the boron species B(OH)3 and [B(OH)4]−. Boron isotopes are also fractionated during mineral crystallization, during H2O phase changes in hydrothermal systems, and during hydrothermal alteration of rock. The latter effect results in preferential removal of the 10B(OH)4 ion onto clays. It results in solutions enriched in 11B(OH)3 and therefore may be responsible for the large 11B enrichment in seawater relative to both oceanic crust and continental crust; this difference may act as an isotopic signature.
Cancer therapy :Enriched boron or 10B is used in both radiation shielding and is the primary nuclide used in neutron capture therapy of cancer. In the latter ("boron neutron capture therapy" or BNCT), a compound containing 10B is incorporated into a pharmaceutical which is selectively taken up by a malignant tumor and tissues near it. The patient is then treated with a beam of either thermal neutrons, or else neutrons of low energy, at a relatively low neutron radiation dose. The neutrons, however, trigger energetic and short-range secondary alpha particle and lithium-7 heavy ion radiation that are products of the boron + neutron nuclear reaction, and this ion radiation additionally bombards the tumor, especially from inside the tumor cells
In nuclear reactors :
boron-10 is often used to control fission in nuclear reactors as a neutron-capturing substance.10B is used for reactivity control and in emergency shutdown systems. It can serve either function in the form of borosilicate control rods or as boric acid. In pressurized water reactors, boric acid is added to the reactor coolant when the plant is shut down for refueling. It is then slowly filtered out over many months as fissile material is used up and the fuel becomes less reactive.
Boron carbide's ability to absorb neutrons without forming long-lived radionuclides (especially when doped with extra boron-10) makes the material attractive as an absorbent for neutron radiation arising in nuclear power plants. Nuclear applications of boron carbide include shielding, control rods and shut-down pellets. Within control rods, boron carbide is often powdered, to increase its surface area.
Conductor:Boron is a poor conductor at room temperature. Elemental boron is used as a dopant in the semiconductor industry.
Ceramic use !!!
(Remember OP's mention of the substance in the briefcases, becomming light-weight ... and think of the canisters ... and the signal/beam from the Chinese Wall !!!)The major industrial-scale uses of boron compounds are in sodium perborate bleaches, and the borax component of fiberglass insulation. Boron polymers and ceramics play specialized roles as high-strength lightweight structural and refractory materials. Boron compounds are used in silica-based glasses and ceramics to give them resistance to thermal shock.
Boron-containing reagents are used for as intermediates in the synthesis of organic fine chemicals. A few boron-containing organic pharmaceuticals are used, or are in study. Natural boron is composed of two stable isotopes, one of which (boron-10) has a number of uses as a neutron-capturing agent.
Makes sense doesnt it ????? ....
The next only adds to it :
In biology, borates have low toxicity in mammals (similar to table salt), but are more toxic to arthropods and are used as insecticides. Boric acid is mildly antimicrobial, and a natural boron-containing organic antibiotic is known. Boron is essential to life. Small amounts of boron compounds play a strengthening role in the cell walls of all plants, making boron necessary in soils. Experiments indicate a role for boron as an ultratrace element in animals, but the nature of its role in animal physiology is unknown.
Spacecraft-material:6Li and 10B appear as potential spacecraft structural materials which serve both for mechanical reinforcement and radiation protection.
MagnetsBoron is a component of neodymium magnets (Nd2Fe14B), which are the strongest type of permanent magnet. They are found in a variety of domestic and professional electromechanical and electronic devices, such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), various motors and actuators, computer HDDs, CD and DVD players, mobile phones, timer switches, speakers, and so on
Superhard materials:Implantation of boron ions into metals and alloys, through ion implantation or ion beam deposition, results in a spectacular increase in surface resistance and microhardness.
Flux:Sodium borates are used as a flux for soldering silver and goldIgnition substance for space-vehicles (NASA)
Maybe this raised more questions ..lol...
Remember me asking about if the SALT on top of the DEEP-EARTH-OIL could have a reason and purpose ... if the deep-oil might be more radioactive, or less ... could the SALT act as a SHIELD ?
if I look at the properties of BORON &co, then there might be a YES and an answer, a purpose.
If it is a RARE ELEMENT, and ESSENTIAL to LIFE .. then it is essential to Earth as well !!!How did we get here ? --> The RING of LIFE in FUSHUN, and the important role this city played in history and in the OIL-business in China, oil and salt-domes, salt-domes and boron ....