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Stunning evidence of a Caldera volcano in Arkansas! Must read!

 
TheJuiceisLoose  (OP)

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Remember, Arkansas resources really are the determining factor in the civilized world. If Arkansas falls, the world falls.

Silica is used in more products than petrolium.

Arkansas leads the nation in production of bauxite, providing over 80% of this valuable ore from which aluminum is made. Arkansas also ranks first in production of bromine and in silica stone, accounting for about one-half of the world's output

Silica is vital for even basic modern living. Without Arkansas Silica 1/2 of the worlds glass production would be gone.

. Nationally, we are #1 in rice and poultry production; #5 in sorghum, grain; #6 in cotton and #8 in soybeans and grapes.
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TheJuiceisLoose  (OP)

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Yes I'd love to but posting them from my Droid would be the issue. I live in no internet land and it sucks I just have my cell atm. Also, there are a lot of cracks and holes along the road beside this blue hole...might just be typical for Arkansas though. Great post op.

I mentioned this on the Arkansas eq thread but I live about 20 miles maybe from hot springs Arkansas and I mention that I passes what is locally known as a " blue hole" daily. Dispit being in a bit of a drought in the area in the past week the water level in this " blue hole" has risen a noticeable amount. I am always at near by lakes and just last Saturday went fishing, all nieghboring lakes are at record lows. I have had an extra eye on this " blue hole" and its water level seems to be rising still, it is almost to the edge of the bank and normally sit a foot or a little more below.

Keep an eye on it and keep us posted on any changes. Can you get pics of it? Maybe we can make a weekly comparison to see if it is rising

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1131593

DEFINANTLY take pics of the cracks! Cracks are not typical anywhere unless there is very active movement... How big are they?
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Pinnacle Mountain looks just like a volcano.



Just about any mountain can look like a volcano... whatever
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A caldera volcano would be a valley, not a mountain.
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Maybe Edgar Cayce
was right about the great lakes flowing into the Gulf.
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just when i thought i was safe,,,,

very good work op..and it makes sense

kudos! hf

but damn i hope youre wrong....
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A really interesting read and intelligent theory thankyou, although I dont live in the area and as such im not affected by it I just wish to convey my thankyou for a wonderful article

Also, its the kind of thing that appears on sites such as "rense" etc under the heading "author unknown" like the wide ranging and well written articles during the gulf of mexico incident, I say if you have any pride in your text and research that you keep an eye out for someone trying to take credit other than yourself on your work

And to anyone in the area, Goodluck
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Re: Stunning evidence of a Caldera volcano in Arkansas! Must read!
what about a verneshot?

[link to www.apocalypse-soon.com]

arkansas has a 'volcanic pipe' too

[link to vulcan.wr.usgs.gov]

'Crater of Diamonds offers you a one-of-a-kind adventure-the opportunity to hunt for real diamonds and keep any you find! You'll search over a 37-acre plowed field-the eroded surface of an ancient, gem-bearing volcanic pipe.'
TheJuiceisLoose  (OP)

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just when i thought i was safe,,,,

very good work op..and it makes sense

kudos! hf

but damn i hope youre wrong....
 Quoting: Indigo~Luna

Me too. If confirmed active, I believe this would be much worse than Yellowstone could ever be.
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Hell's Half Acre
The area of land (allegedly more around one to two acres) is a bit of a mystery to residents in nearby Hot Springs, Arkansas. Despite being completely surrounded by forest and vegetation, this section is completely composed of sharp jagged rocks and no vegetation (aside from the few trees that appear in the satellite photo). The place is reportedly feared by locals and even the hunting dogs and some believe that the devil lurks below. Geologists are said to be baffled and theories range from an extinct volcano (that warms the hot springs in the area) to a vortex that has trapped fallen angels who await their release on the final Day of Judgement.

In the same general area lies a deep black hole. The legend that surrounds it has it as a bottomless hole where a demon has been trapped. Those that pass by night report hearing its groans and shrieks of profanity. As such, people tend to stay away at night.

Source: [link to www.thecabinet.com]

"Was watching a tv show last night called "Seeing vs. Believing", they were in Hot Springs, off Mill Creek Rd...anyhow, said locals won't go there, especially at night and said that animals won't cross it (they had two coon dogs w/ them that they tried to lead across the rock quarry but the dogs wouldn't have it...they started whining and whimpering....said that birds won't even fly over it..."

"I actually used to live right by it. Anyone considering going there should forget it! Thats why they closed the quarry, 3 people died while digging, and 2 lost their minds. They say a evil spirit lives there. Every person thats went there since has either died or went insane."

Source: [link to www.arkansashunting.net]

Hereís the YouTube Video of the Hellís Half Acre described above:


There was also a discussion thread about this on GLP last year:
Thread: ever heard of hells half acre hot springs arkansas
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Wow, that's an incredible post OP and thanks for the info. I wonder if the Hell's Half Acre would have any correlation to uranium deposits? Still reading all this so maybe can answer my question with that.
TheJuiceisLoose  (OP)

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Wow, that's an incredible post OP and thanks for the info. I wonder if the Hell's Half Acre would have any correlation to uranium deposits? Still reading all this so maybe can answer my question with that.
 Quoting: soulsurvivor

Thanks!
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TheJuiceisLoose  (OP)

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bump Repin for relevance and interest?
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Wow, that's an incredible post OP and thanks for the info. I wonder if the Hell's Half Acre would have any correlation to uranium deposits? Still reading all this so maybe can answer my question with that.
 Quoting: soulsurvivor


It seems that there is some uranium, but not enough to be economically significant. But it's certainly a rockhound's paradise with the variety available. This was a very interesting read OP and thanks again for posting it.

It's all evidence of an incredibly old earth.
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Re: Stunning evidence of a Caldera volcano in Arkansas! Must read!
I'm wondering how many of you know that Jacksonville, Mississippi sits directly on top of an extinct volcano.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Also, there is volcanic evidence in the south western corner of Ohio.

Everything is cyclic and cycles are going to repeat sooner or later. LOL
TheJuiceisLoose  (OP)

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It's all evidence of an incredibly old earth.
 Quoting: soulsurvivor

Possibly the oldest and purest
check out this diamond: [link to en.wikipedia.org]

This diamond could only be cut by powder from other Arkansas diamonds.

The rough diamond as originally discovered weighed 40.23 carats (8.046 g). It was faceted twice by Schenck & Van Haelen of New York, a company which specialized in Arkansas diamonds and had handled over 14,000 of them. The company described those diamonds as being so hard that they could only be cut using powder of other Arkansas diamonds.[4] The final result was a 12.42-carat (2.484 g) emerald-cut gem. It was characterized as M on the diamond color scale; this nominally corresponds to a faint yellow color, but the visual impression of Uncle Sam has been variously described as white[1] or slight pink.[2] Judging from the color, the diamond is most likely of pure IIa diamond type meaning the amount of impurities is below a few parts per million. The clarity of the stone was assessed as VVS1, which stands for Very Very Slightly Included and means the stone has minute non-diamond inclusions that are difficult for a skilled grader to see under 10x magnification.[2]

That would make it the hardest material in the world.
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Re: Stunning evidence of a Caldera volcano in Arkansas! Must read!
How about flat out proof there has been volcanic activity there in the past of some magnitude?Here it is.
[link to www.craterofdiamondsstatepark.com]

What do you think made that kiberlite pike?
[link to en.wikipedia.org]

So yes for a fact there has been volcanic activity there.
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well sunuvabitch i knew something wasn't right with the OK EQ
Goodbye, halcyon days.

Here is where I look back.
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This is where I got up,
Shaking off my tail
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Started to look stale.
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 There is a theory which states that if ever anyone discovers exactly what the Universe is for and why it is here, it will instantly disappear and be replaced by something even more bizarre and inexplicable.

There is another theory mentioned, which states that this has already happened.
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Thanks for your research and posting it here!

I found it particularly interesting because of the description of "where the heat comes from". Texas also has hot springs. The town of Marlin, north of Austin on I35 and half way between Austin and Dallas, was a spa town in the 40's with a Hilton Hotel and the baths. It was touted as the "deepest" source of a hot spring on earth. The old hotel is still in use and has a multiuse large room (high school seniors were decorating it for the Senior Prom when I visited a couple of years ago) and small offices. The City Hall maintains a pump with a concrete trough, from which I brought home a jug of very strong sulphur water.

Going east from Dallas toward Arkansas, you can see several hot spring eruptions in cornfields along the highway. South of Austin, along I35 you can see the mound of an inactive volcano, also in a cornfield. These are related to the Balcones Fault.
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there is no doubt that Arkansas has a history of volcanic activity.

The Crater of Diamonds is an "extinct" volcano as was mentioned above.

Now for something you may not know...Hot Springs is famous for its naturally scalding water mineral baths. They store hot water in tanks for use in the bathhouses.

the radioactivity level (mostly radon and radon daughters) is incredibly high in these tanks...and this is a well known fact to the national parks service and the Hot Springs city government.

I know this for a fact. Geiger counters peg out.

Hot Springs water is hot in more ways than one hf
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there is no doubt that Arkansas has a history of volcanic activity.

The Crater of Diamonds is an "extinct" volcano as was mentioned above.

Now for something you may not know...Hot Springs is famous for its naturally scalding water mineral baths. They store hot water in tanks for use in the bathhouses.

the radioactivity level (mostly radon and radon daughters) is incredibly high in these tanks...and this is a well known fact to the national parks service and the Hot Springs city government.

I know this for a fact. Geiger counters peg out.

Hot Springs water is hot in more ways than one hf
 Quoting: Bullfrog

i think most natural "hot springs" are hot though, radioactively speaking

i read a book years ago called Underexposed and one of the things it talked about was hot springs, mineral bathhouses and their level of radiation

good book too
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Nice post, always nice when someone collaborates information!

bump
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well sunuvabitch i knew something wasn't right with the OK EQ
 Quoting: Only Me

Is this normal with a 4.5.......

:oklahoma:
 Quoting: <<LOOK`n thru YOU>>

bump!
Goodbye, halcyon days.

Here is where I look back.
Here is where you fell.
This is where I got up,
Shaking off my tail
This is where your rope trick
Started to look stale.
A greyhound pass for the boy in the well.



 There is a theory which states that if ever anyone discovers exactly what the Universe is for and why it is here, it will instantly disappear and be replaced by something even more bizarre and inexplicable.

There is another theory mentioned, which states that this has already happened.
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If you go to the diamond mine area, you will notice that it sits down in a "valley."
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 Quoting: The Order of Nine



Excellent video and it makes alot of sense why they drilled as they did in the Gulf near that fault line to cause a rift and split in the land causing total devastation and flooding to take down America.

It makes total sense and seems to be working. Obama has lifted the drill halting or whatever u want to call it and they are allowed to continue.

oil
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If you go to the diamond mine area, you will notice that it sits down in a "valley."
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1130450




This site has a lot of information with pictures -- one of the pictures is of the rough Uncle Sam diamond.

[link to www.encyclopediaofarkansas.net]
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Congratulations OP !

You have qualified for GLP list of 'Useless Posts', for 2010 BECAUSE:

1. Your information can not be proven OR, disproved.

2. There is NOTHING, short of moving, to DO about it !

3. There is not any known time element involved, nor can there be.
4. Unless you are a geology student, and this was all done for CREDIT toward a degree, you have wasted a portion of your existing life, especially on posting it on a GLP.

PEACE. Former geology student at RPI .

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Lots of Hot Springs all around!
[link to www.ngdc.noaa.gov]

Arkansas 6 Hot Springs Listed

SC = State Code
TF = Maximum surface temperature in degrees Fahrenheit (B-boiling, H-hot, W-warm)
TC = Maximum surface temperature in degrees Celsius (B-boiling, H-hot, W-warm)
P.P. 492 (21 mb) = U.S.G.S. Professional Paper 492 (Waring, 1965)
Circ. 790 (5 mb) = U.S.G.S. Circular 790 (Muffler, 1979)
NOAA = 1:250,000-scale overlays in NOAA KGRD 12 (Berry, Grim, Ikelman, 1980)
AMS = 1:250,000 AMS Maps
USGS quadrangle = The USGS 15-minute or 7.5-minute quadrangle on which spring may be found.

SC LATITUDE LONGITUDE "Popular" or USGS Spring Name TF TC P.P. 492 Circ. 790 NOAA AMS USGS Quadrangle
__ ________ _________ ___________________________________ ___ ___ ________ _________ ____ _____________________ ___________________________
AR 34.5420 -93.0240 BIG CHALYBEATE SPRING 79 26 3 null 1 LITTLE ROCK HOT SPRINGS NORTH 7.5
AR 34.3840 -93.6070 CADDO GAP SPRINGS 95 35 5 null 4 LITTLE ROCK (GLENWOOD 15)
AR 34.5130 -93.0530 HOT SPRINGS 147 64 2 null 2 LITTLE ROCK HOT SPRINGS NORTH 7.5
AR 34.4060 -93.9080 SPRING ON LITTLE MISSOURI RIVER 74 23 4 null 3 LITTLE ROCK (ATHENS 15)
AR 34.3210 -93.7390 SPRING ON REDLAND MOUNTAIN 77 25 6 null 5 LITTLE ROCK (GLENWOOD 15)
AR 36.4800 -91.0530 WARM SPRINGS 82 28 1 null 1 POPLAR BLUFF WARM SPRINGS 7.5
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Congratulations OP !

You have qualified for GLP list of 'Useless Posts', for 2010 BECAUSE:

1. Your information can not be proven OR, disproved.

2. There is NOTHING, short of moving, to DO about it !

3. There is not any known time element involved, nor can there be.
4. Unless you are a geology student, and this was all done for CREDIT toward a degree, you have wasted a portion of your existing life, especially on posting it on a GLP.

PEACE. Former geology student at RPI .

Eagle
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whatever