Primary Water Abundant Sources of Potable Water: What is Primary Water?

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Source: Final Wakeup Call | By Peter B. Meyer

Primary water abundant sources of potable water

  • The Inner Earth Holds more Water Than all the World’s Seas together
  • Origin hypothesis due to leakage from hot magma sources
  • Potable water provided at constant temperature and flow
  • Earthquakes reveal clues
  • A Waveless Water World
  • What is Primary Water?

There are no Water shortages

Water is renewable the world will not running out of water. Water crisis is another hype about non existing shortages of life essentials. Water is the combination of Hydrogen and Oxygen. Hydrogen is the simplest element. Each atom of hydrogen has only one proton. Hydrogen is also the most abundant element in the universe. Stars such as the sun consist mostly of hydrogen; Hydrogen arises naturally on earth only in compound form with other elements in liquids, gases, or solid matter. Oxygen is a highly reactive non-metal, and an oxidising agent that readily forms oxides with most elements as well as with other compounds. Oxygen is the third-most abundant element in the universe by mass. Oxygen makes up almost half of the Earth crust in the form of oxides.

A scientific study documented the presence of vast quantities of water locked-up far beneath the earth’s surface. That study confirmed “that there is a very, very large amount of water that’s trapped in a really distinct layer in the deep Earth; approaching the sort of quantity of water present in all the world’s oceans”.

This water is called Primary water, that is created deep within the Earth from the synthesis of hydrogen and oxygen. Under tremendous pressure from Earth’s internal heat, H2O is formed in the formation of vapour, and forced upwards through rock fissures meaning the weakest areas of Earth’s crust. It becomes liquid as it cools off. Primary water is forced upward, while atmospheric water is subject to the effects of gravity and it flows downwards.

 “The Water Cycle describes the existence and movement of water on, in, and above the Earth. Where does all the Earth’s water come from? Primordial Earth was an incandescent globe made from magma, but all magmas contain water. Water set free when magma began to cool down the Earth’s atmosphere, until it could stay on the surface as a liquid. Volcanic activity kept and still keeps introducing water in the atmosphere, thus increasing the surface and ground water volume of the Earth.”

The most abundant gas typically released into the atmosphere from volcanic eruptions is water in the form of vapour – H2O, followed by carbon dioxide – CO2 and sulphur dioxide – SO2. Volcanoes also release smaller amounts of other gasses, including hydrogen, sulphide, carbon monoxide – CO, hydrogen chloride – HCL, hydrogen fluoride – HF and Helium – He. Researchers say;

“Water is constantly traded back and forth between the ocean and the rocky mantle because of plate tectonics”

According to plate tectonic theory, the Earth’s surface is made up of slabs of rock that are slowly shifting right under our feet. Because of this constant movement, today’s Earth looks a lot different from what it did millions of years ago. Watch here the Tectonic plate movement over one billion of years in 40 sec.

“Super Earths are expected to have deep oceans that will overflow their basins and inundate the entire surface, but we show this logic to be flawed,” said Nicolas Cowan, at Northwestern University in Illinois.

“Terrestrial planets have significant amounts of water in their interior. Super Earths are likely to have shallow oceans to go along with their shallow ocean basins. Scientists suggest that tectonically active Super Earths store most of their water in the mantle – the rocky part that makes up most of the volume and mass of the planet.” Called – Hydrothermal Vent Complexes

“Since antiquity, the source of water generated deep within the Earth, clearly defying the conventional scientific hydrologic cycle explanation, has been a mystery. How does one explain sources of water throughout the world that produce impressive quantities of fresh water, often in dry areas with little rainfall or at high altitudes?”

Besides numerous oases in Sahara, Arabic Peninsula, Middle East and the driest deserts elsewhere, and countless springs at mountain tops worldwide, there are clear examples of this phenomenon which stand out, like the Ain Figeh spring near Damascus, the Montezuma Well in the Sonora Desert in Arizona or the Zamzam well in Mecca.”

“It seems that ancient civilisations had a profound understanding of this phenomenon, and moreover a method of accurate locating of invisible underground water veins and streams. Without heavy drilling and excavating equipment, they have built impressive water supply systems all around the world. More than 5,000 years ago, ancient Persians developed the system of Qanats, which eventually spread around the region, and up to North Africa.”

“The water wells of Gibeon and Beersheba, and huge cisterns of Masada in what is now Israel, are a total puzzle to modern hydrologists.”

It is said; that the wars of the 21st century will be fought over water – rather than oil as in the past. Nothing holds more potential to abolish these wars – and better the shocking condition of nearly one billion people on earth without access to clean, safe water, than the science of Primary Water.” Watch this video by Pal Pauer in Nevada.

“Pristine Water is original water, formed as a result of magmatic processes. Pristine water has never been in the atmosphere. Magnamatic water can form in very large quantities. A magna body with a density of 2.5, has an assumed water content of 5% by weight, a thickness of 1 kilometre, and an area of 10 square kilometres contains some 1.25 x 10 to the 9th power cubic meters of water. “According to Dictionary of Earth Sciences” https://academic.oup.com/journals/pages/OxfordIndex

The Inner Earth Holds more Water Than all the World’s Seas together

Professor Kei Hirose, Hirose Laboratory, Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Institute of Technology, Tokyo, specialises in high pressure mineral physics and petrology, and led research groups, assisted by Associate Professor Murakami. Hirose was originally interested in the generation of basaltic magmas and conducted experiments using piston-cylinder apparatus on partial melting of peridotites in the upper-most mantle. Contemporary research has been undertaken to confirm the presence of water within the Earth’s mantle region.

“The Water Cycle describes the existence and movement of water on, in, and above the Earth. Where does all the Earth’s water come from? Primordial Earth was an incandescent globe made from magma, but all magmas contain water. Water set free by magma began to cool down the Earth’s atmosphere, until it could stay on the surface as a liquid. Volcanic activity kept and still keeps introducing water in the atmosphere, thus increasing the surface and ground water volume of the Earth.

Origin hypothesis due to leakage from hot magma sources

When lava cools at the surface, great quantities of water is driven out waters in the formation of steam. As the crust slowly hardens, and the solidifying magma come to be further away from the surface, the escaping streams cool off in their passage upward. A stage is finally reached when the vapour turns in liquid water. In fact, emerge as hot springs, and most likely the change from steam gushes (fumaroles) to hot springs is the normal process of cooling volcanoes.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fumarole

Potable water provided at constant temperature and flow

Primary water, is the original source of the oceans, and is still being created by geological potencies. This water, is usually potable, and comes to the earth’s surface in many thousands of places, some well known places are; Jericho and Bahrain where it has provided drinking water for thousands of people for thousands of years. It pours into deep mines all over the world. Hundreds of houses on the rocky shores of Maine get their fresh water from wells drilled into the shoreline granite. Copenhagen gets all its water from a few wells. In Northern Europe, water that can be tapped by wells do not depend on aquifers, called “ground water”. The hallmark of new, or primary, water springs and wells is that they provide water at constant temperature and flow.

Likewise, Tesla’s invention of Free energy is available in abundance, So, is Primary Water intentionally kept away from the public. But these world-wide sources of “new water” and free-energy have been ignored by geologists and laymen in most countries. They were taught that all potable water comes from the “hydrological cycle” which merely recycles water already on the surface of our earth.

Michael H. Salzman in his book ‘New Water for a Thirsty World’ Complains; how strange it is that anyone would not see the fact most observations must be pro or against some view in the event general application. Michael H. Salzman, a trained engineer, researched, and published his book providing detailed information on “new water” in 1960. it can be downloaded here, as it is not available in libraries.

A storage of potable water three times the volume of all oceans together has been discovered deep beneath the Earth’s surface. The discovery explains where Earth’s seas came from, and lend some interesting evidence to the hollow earth theory.

The huge size of the water reservoir throws new light on the origin of Earth’s water. Many geologists think water arrived in comets as they struck the planet, but the new discovery supports an alternative idea that the oceans gradually oozed out of the interior of the early Earth.

“It’s good evidence the Earth’s water came from within,” says Steven Jacobsen of Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. The hidden water could also act as a buffer for oceans on the surface, explaining why they have stayed the same size for millions of years.

Water, water, everywhere, even deep inside the Earth. That’s the consequence of collisions between the planet’s grinding tectonic plates, according to a new study.

More water could be stored in the planet’s deep layers than previously thought, according to statements from various researchers. Tom Garth, lead study author and an earthquake seismologist at the University of Liverpool in the U.K., said in the statement.

“This supports the theory that there are large amounts of water stored deep in the Earth,”

Water in the earth mantle is not in pools or lakes, but rather tiny droplets caught in microscopic spaces between the mantle’s crystals.

Earthquakes reveal clues

Garth and his co-authors calculated how much water a subduction zone transports by analysing earthquakes underneath northern Japan. Where, the Pacific Plate dives beneath Japan.

The Earth’s many tectonic plates can be thousands of miles across and underlie both continents and oceans. These plates collide, slide past, and move apart from each other. Where they collide and one plate is thrust beneath another; called a subduction zone, the most powerful earthquakes, tsunamis, volcanic eruptions, and landslides occur.

Scientists have long known that some of the water comes out of plates in the Earth’s crust and rises to the surface, turning the rocks above it into a subduction zone. These escaping fluids that trigger melting and are the origin of spectacular volcanic chains that appear above subduction zones, such as in the Andes, and on the Aleutian Islands in Indonesia.

A Waveless Water World

Earth’s oceans make up just 0.02 percent of the planet’s total mass. This means the vast lower mantle could contain many times more water than floats on the planet’s surface.

The Japanese experiments don’t guarantee that this is the case, of course, because the researchers haven’t actually measured the mantle. No one is ever likely to get a direct sample of material from the fiery mantle itself. But by simulating mantle-like conditions in the lab, Murakami and his colleagues have demonstrated that a water-rich inner Earth is plausible.

Other research has suggested that a zone between the mantle and the crust also contain a great deal of water, the Japanese researchers noted. If so, there could be more than ten times the amount of water inside the planet as there is on its surface.

What is Primary Water?

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