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Sunday, August 03, 2008

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Greetings and Salutations to All my Kith and Kin and All the Ships in Outer Space:

Do you have an opinion regarding this message, which I am forwarding to you, and also posting on my blog?

I'm seeking your response, as you have a whole lot more knowledge than I do.

If you wish, you may respond directly to Jim Jones, the author of the enclosed message.

Jim Jones retired from the United States Air Force and used to live here at the Armed Forces Retirement Home.

He and I used to pal around together, and like me, he plays guitar (but he plays it a whole lot better!).

Currently, he resides with his family in Saint Louis, Missouri.

Thank you.

John Robert Mallernee, KB3KWS
Official Bard of Clan Henderson
Armed Forces Retirement Home
Washington, D.C. 20011-8400

NOTE: "My unpopular and controversial personal opinions are independent of my Scottish clan."

On Sun, 8/3/08, wrote:

Subject: Unmentioned Perils for Earth

Date: Sunday, August 3, 2008, 5:27 PM


As most of you know, my background knowledge and experience has been more in the administration/personnel/security/procurement areas and second career contracting, contract execution, and project management mostly in floor-covering support to the construction industry. Furthermore, my few years of University involvement was studying business administration. Therefore, I do not claim inherent or learned knowledge of the subject, but, I do claim common knowledge which has led me to some observations:

I think we can all agree that our earth center is hot with fire and lava which is evident by the eruption of volcanoes from time-to-time and we have constant volcano activity around the earth's surface and it seems to be on the increase in recent decades. My understanding is that the layers between the center and surface of the earth consists of rock, sand, minerals, and among other things, oil. It appears consistent to think that oil in part, supports the internal dynamo of heat and lava activity and it seems logical that without the internal dynamo, an orb in the universe without the internal dynamo becomes a "dead" or inactive orb such as our moon.

Now, let's take oil alone for a moment: Is it scientifically considered part of the three-quarters water, or part of the one-quarter non-water? In that it isn't water, I'm going to consider it part of the one-quarter, non-water.

I then qualify it as an essential part of our infrastructure and one of the essential elements for retaining shape, solidity, and again, part of the internal dynamo and energy to propel and maintain our journey through space and perhaps necessary to assure our gravity and position in the solar system. With a weakened, internal dynamo, would Earth become another moon of Jupiter or some other lesser role in the universe?

Further comparison which will culminate my estimation of another "peril" for Planet Earth. With repetition considered rampant in the universe, take any fruit or vegetable orb in our environment and remove the internal seed, surrounding mucus, oil, and what do we get? Grape to raisin for example, and what happens to a tomato, lemon, or coconut when purged of their internal parts and oil. Another comparison, what does oil do for vehicles with moving parts and with the internal combustion engines? Yes, it cools them and lowers frictional heat. With all the oil being removed from the guts or subterranean part of our planet, why would one wonder that we are realizing global warming. Could it be that we are creating more heat, from fire and frictional sources at the center engine of our planet by removing the surrounding oils? Would this melt the polar caps, Greenland, Iceland, and Antarctica? You bet! Try running your automobile with say half of the manufactured recommended oil level for a few thousands of miles and see what happens. Yes, it will begin to overheat and eventually wear out from friction.

One last perilous thought: By removing oil from the subterranean areas, we must be creating voids in the shales below us. In that we are moving 600 miles per second along with the rest of the solar system while spinning, could these conditions eventually force surface water toward the subterranean voids created by removal of oil? Could this extrapolate the projected water shortages of the future?

I would appreciate any comments/analyses from all of you in order to increase or alter my interpretation of potential events. And, please, my shoulders are wider these days and I can well-carry the burdens of criticism!


Jim Jones

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