From: pal k pauerSubject: Re: The cycleDate: November 16, 2018 at 11:44:14 AM PSTTisztelt Zsolt,Manapsag konnyebben tudok irni Angolul es ezen valszban roviden csak ennyit a temarol:Some Atmospheric Water will co-mingle with Primary Water at the “Subduction-Zones” along the Continental Plates!The planet however, continues to make additional solid Volumes from Magma!The first phase of TRANSMUTATION/CREATION is from Magma to gaseous forms i.e. into all gases including Hydrogen and Oxygen.Second phase occurs when Hydrogen and Oxygen combines proportionally to create water gas i.e. water vapor.The precipitated matter is WATER and is no longer COMPRESSIBLE! Thus our Planet with an active Magmatic Core Continues to Grow in Size and Volume.The understanding of the Continental Drift theory goes a long way to explain the ongoing emergence of New Waters.The separation of South America and Africa occurred at the continued addition of Water forcing the dry landmass ever farther apart along the line of the original fracture.It is impossible to estimate the rate/volume of the additional Water Converted from Magma and added to our planet, but it is safe to say that it is beyond our abilities to control or regulate this ongoing process.Our quest to Better Understand Water should go a long way in helping to understand the origins of Life Itself.Thank You for Your interest in Primary Water.The BestAs always,
A recent study documented the presence of vast quantities of water locked 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 mass of water that’s present in all the world’s ocean”
Sent: Wednesday, November 14, 2018 3:14 AM
Subject: The cycleDear Pal,
I tried to read about Primary water. So far I don’t understand something. Unfortunately q&a did not cover this, so that’s why I’m writing to you now.
Well I might be wrong, but water, involved in secondary water cycle, will never get back under the mantle.
So the amount of water will increase above the mantle over time. And if humanity starts to bring up primary water in a faster rate can it cause environmental issues due to increased water saturation above the mantle?
Thank you in anticipation!