Mysterious Holes Undermine The Earth In Different Parts Of The World

Scientists do not define exact reasons for the appearance of these holes or their distribution in different areas of the planet.


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We have woken up in the past with multiple news items related to the appearance of immense holes in the ground, some of which have swallowed houses and vehicles without warning, and leave a great depth that makes residents of the affected areas feel nervous, specifically in those places where the density of rainfall is very high.

We have woken up in the past with multiple news items related to the appearance of immense holes in the ground, some of which have swallowed houses and vehicles without warning, and leave a great depth that makes residents of the affected areas feel nervous, specifically in those places where the density of rainfall is very high.

One of the most recent cases was of a giant, 200-metre long, 20-metre deep sinkhole that opened in a field in the town of Bay of Plenty, New Zealand on 30 April 2018. Local researchers say such craters are caused by water erosion, which dissolves limestone beneath the earth’s surface.

However, some statements suggest that these cases go beyond what is previously recorded, according to volcano expert Brad Scott, this huge hole that opened in New Zealand is not just another one, it is the largest ever seen in the country. And as if this were not enough, it still has the potential to grow and deepen, so we are facing a serious problem.

In his statements to New Zealand Radio, he explained that over the next few years this large hole has a very great potential to grow and become deeper, expanding several times over its current size and putting nearby neighbours at risk.

To the surprise of the entire scientific community and local residents, this sinkhole revealed a surprise, as it revealed a soil that is more than 60,000 years old. Among its layers were sedimenting from the most recent eruption of Lake Taupo some 1,800 years ago, which would serve to better study the history surrounding the composition of the earth in this part of the world.

The Earth collapses in various parts of its shape


Seeing this, we can believe that it is an isolated fact due to the common erosion, but it ceases to appear so when we see that the phenomenon is repeated during this time in other parts of the world, such as the United States or Canada, of which there has been the previous study, using the discovery of mysterious holes in Siberia during 2014, and that left scientists and conspiracy lovers puzzled.

The first hole in this discovery was 50 to 100 meters wide. The second hole was only a few miles away from the first and was only 15 meters wide. Then a third hole was discovered, found by reindeer herders, and was almost perfectly conical in shape, about 4 meters wide and 60 to 100 meters deep. The most accepted theory at the time was the accumulation of natural gas under frozen soils. However, not everyone was convinced by the explanation.

But far from wanting to start a debate that might end up crossing paths of conspiracies and other mysterious subjects, there is a reality in sight, the surface of the Earth is full of holes, and some of them have appeared east of the Beaufort Sea, about 50 kilometers from the Mackenzie River, in Canada during the last quarter.
Open holes in the middle of the arctic cold


NASA scientists were very surprised during a routine flight over the Arctic, when they were taking photographs of the landscape and noticed strange circular formations in the ice, not recorded before, and that so far no one knows what has caused them. The location of the find is near the Mackenzie River Delta, Canada, and was captured in images by scientist John Sonntag.

According to NASA, the mission of the flight was to observe the sea ice in a region that had not been explored until 2013, and the discovery of the circles was by accident. Much confusion was created among scientists, unable to find out what has caused these strange formations. Researchers say that it is not easy to describe phenomena based on photographs without evidence, so the theories offered are not useful for drawing conclusions.

NASA, in a report, notes that some characteristics of ice can be easily explained with descriptions that everyone can understand. The ice at a young formation stage, compared to its environment, grows within a long, linear area of open water at a point in time, “thin, soft, and somewhat malleable,” said Don Perovich, a sea-ice geophysicist at Dartmouth College, explaining the circular shape related to waves.

A less complicated explanation proposed by scientists is that the holes may have been intentionally made by animals. Ringed seals are known to chew holes in thin ice and use holes created for breathing, so it could explain the circular features in the middle of the Arctic. Chris Polashenski, a scientist at the Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory, said the holes could have been caused by convection.

He related that this phenomenon has occurred in shallow water in general, so there is a good chance that this is simply ‘hot springs’, or leaks of groundwater flowing from the mountains into the interior, opening up the possibility that warmer water from the Beaufort or Mackenzie streams is reaching the surface due to the interaction with bathymetry.

And as these discussions cannot fail to include, scientific theories have appeared that point to non-human but intelligent interventions. Conspiracy theorists claim that these are exits or entrances to extraterrestrial bases. For decades, experts in the field have claimed that in the remote areas of our planet there are hidden accesses to UFOs, or even Nazi colonies that survived the fall of the Third Reich. Anything is possible. What is clear is that these mysterious circles show how planet Earth never ceases to amaze even the best scientists.

 

 

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