What is wrong with Russia’s Central Region that is producing major sulfur dioxide transmissions that are effecting the atmosphere and can be noticed from space.
GIANT ‘ELVE’ OVER RUSSIA: On Aug. 16th, high above a thunderstorm in central Russia, an enormous ring of light appeared in the night sky. Using a low-light video camera in the town of Irbit, amateur astronomer Ilya Jankowsky photographed the 300 km-wide donut hovering near the edge of space:
“It appeared for just a split second, surrounding the horns of Taurus,” says Jankowsky.
This is an example of an ELVE (Emissions of Light and Very Low Frequency Perturbations due to Electromagnetic Pulse Sources). First seen by cameras on the space shuttle in 1990, ELVEs appear when a pulse of electromagnetic radiation from cloud-to-ground lightning propagates up toward space and hits the base of Earth’s ionosphere. A faint ring of deep-red light marks the broad ‘spot’ where the EMP hits.
Dutchsine has reported that large amounts of sulfur dioxide has been produced in Russia Central Region or Siberia and could this be an indication of volcanoes and earthquake emissions.
During the full two months that Hawaii was producing volcanoes and earthquakes, sulfur dioxide transmission were rampant.
When magma rises towards the surface and decreases pressure, these gases then are released from the liquid magma and escape into the atmosphere.
“The process is similar to what happens when a bottle of soda is opened,” Ashley Davies, a volcanologist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, explained in a NASA statement.
“There’s usually an increase in sulfur dioxide output right before lava reaches the surface, as the gas escapes from the ascending magma.”
Volcanic gases include water vapour, sulphur dioxide, carbon dioxide, hydrogen sulphide and hydrogen halides.
The risk with Kilauea is that high levels of sulfur dioxide have been read by scientists, released in clouds or plumes from fissures.
Putin’s Russia may not cooperate with the West but whatever is happening in central Russia is still apart of the Earth and may have effects with what has happened in Hawaii and the latest deep-seated earthquakes in the Ring of Fire.