I have highlighted areas of concern as related to the causal effects of a total solar eclipse (shown below). If tectonics are at their tipping point, it would not take much to set them off. As mentioned, it is mostly the rapid temperature change which causes an expansion and contraction of Earth’s lithosphere, even if ever so slight.
Most ‘mantle plumes’ as well as volcanoes are sub-marine (ocean bottom); hence the rapid shift in ocean temperatures is also prone to set off a rippling effect which is often unpredictable due to the spider webbing tentacles which connect a system of mantle plumes and volcanoes.
A mantle plume is a large column of hot rock (magma) mostly originating from Earth’s core-mantle boundary. This flow of viscous material rises through the mantle, asthenosphere, and lithosphere finding its way to Earth’s surface or crust. The expanding or contracting movement of these events are the cause of earthquakes and volcanoes. The surface includes ocean bottoms causing an increase of ocean temperatures, which in-turn destabilizes the lower atmosphere contributing to forming or escalating tropical storms or hurricanes.
Next article will address perhaps a less scientific direction which suggest the current mode of global political dysfunction, may have some roots in history showing a pattern of “what happens below – reflects what happens above”. This suggest the turmoil which results from earth changing events appears to be in-sync with emotional unrest. Continued scientific data will of course follow.
Watch for ongoing reports as information comes in. I also plan to present a more extensive outline to the science behind my research, especially for those who may be new to my work.