While preparing to meet a good friend and Physics Professor overseas I took the time to extrapolate the data and do further analysis on underground temperatures. As the data and graphs unfolded I found a cycle of heating that is escalating and rising fast, and the extended warmth and declining winters are due to this heat effect. What we are currently experiencing is just a minor release of energy that is preceding the main bulk of heat, and it's rising rapidly towards the surface. Although the source of accelerated heat effect is only a hypothesis, there has been no other reasonable explanation for such a massive increase over such a wide spread area in such a brief period of time, and it just makes sense. Our Heating Aquifers.
As winter approaches and cold air plummets down upon the North American Continent, the potential for earthquakes escalates due to the energy shift in the plates. As the continental plate cools as a mass, the laws of contraction apply creating pressure shifts along the boundaries with neighboring plates. Along with earthquakes, potential for large volcanic eruptions escalates shortly in January as pressure along the plate boundaries is relieved. This information and data is contained within this website.
I have not written far a while as I have been continuing with the research and analysis to submit this work for peer review. Using multiple methods data has been analyzed demonstrating that our worlds heating and cooling is controlled by the Earth, and this in turn drives our weather in response to a warming and cooling world. This heat is the power source that drives our world through the harmony that exists in the cycles, and these cycles create a charge and discharge of heating and cooling every year powering our world from one year into the next. During these transitions of energy, earthquakes naturally rise. Researching the driving force of our worlds heat a new web page was created with the data and analysis here, Earths Heat Source.
You can visit the research page here, I have expanded this page with current research of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge.