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Crustonics Predictions

  1. Crust Craters will have a layering effect (from multiple uplifts) through the crater form and down to the original surface line. Note that the original surface will not exist within the floor of the crater, as the floor would be a magma lake before cooling.
  2. Crust Craters may have a sink hole in the center of the floor or off to one side. This sink hole is a window into the remains of the magma uplift and is created by the explosion of a gas rich magma bubbles.
  3. Some Crust Craters may be made entirely of volcanic glass such as obsidian, allowing astronauts to literally skate across miles of the lunar surface.
  4. There will be no foreign objects within the crater or over the crater walls unless it has been sprayed from a close proximity impact crater.
  5. Any uplift ejecta will not travel to the extent of impact crater ejecta. Certainly not more than a crater width.

This image from Apollo 15 shows what appears to be layering in the walls of Mones Hadley. Mones Hadley is believed to be the result of uplift from a surface impact. However, there should be no layering in the walls of an impact crater no matter how large it is.

This leaves only two explainations for layering in Mones Hadley. The first explanation is that the image is false. The second, and most reliable, is that these crater formed mountains are built by the forces of Crustonics.

One of the predictions of the Crustonics therory, is that, crater walls will be layered by the long process of magma uplifting, similar to the waves on a beach leaveing layers.

Mones Hadley. Image credit NASA

The above image also shows tiny craters that have the appearance of Bubble craters, something that I would expect to see when magma has been splashed or welled up over the walls of the Mare releasing trapped gasses.

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Crustonics is the theory of the formation of non impact craters, polygon shaped craters and Gravitaional Rim Sag.

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Hidden Moon Craters: Is this Crustonics?

This article shows the presence of very large craters under the surface of the Moon. This shows the process of Crustonics. Craters are made and infilled by lava as the Crustonics effects continue over time.

New evidence: Gravitational Rim Sage. See Below

Breaking News: Juno image proves GRS

NASA images shows Crustonics. Bubble craters in ancient Martian lava flow

Crustonics in the flesh

Gravitional Rim Sage

Discussed within this theory is the concept of Gravitational Rim Sage. GRS is a force that acts on circular objects. Below is an image of Saturn's Northern Polar region and the great hexangonal storm that rages there. To briefly refresh you on what GRS is: This force is a part of gravity. When craters are formed the rim of the crater, in the first thousandth of a second, is round. Gravity takes hold and tries to pull the circumference of the crater back to the middle of the planet. In doing so it creates a new force, the force of Rim Sage, that pushes the circumference back in the opposite direction of the Rim Sag. This obeys Newtons Laws of Motion: every action has an equal and opposite reaction. The result of this struggle between gravity and reaction, gives a circle that becomes a hexagon or any other polygon shape. The reaction force pushes on points that are squeezed together like a finger squeezing the top of a milk carton.
This same force can be seen in any round rimed object that is capable of beeing manipulated by gravity. Hence we have GRS in atmospheric structures, popped bubbles in a latte and Crustonic forces in bubbling mud.

GRS is the reason nature has hexangonal shapes.

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More Proof of Gravitional Rim Sage

Below is an image of Jupitor's south polar region. Note the many storms and the FACT that there are NO circular storms. Every storm is a polygone, mainly hexagonal. This is further proof that Gravitaional Rim Sage is a newly discovered force in nature.


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Titan, a moon of Saturn, has a large polygon shaped weather pattern. All the gas giants appear to have these weather events also and they are very long lasting. So what, you say? Well they are all formed by Gravitational Rim Sage a response of gravity to matter in a pliable circular form or liquids and gases in motion.

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NASA images shows Crustonics Bubble Craters


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The image above is the parent of the two images below.


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This image shows a burst Bubble Crater complete with the tell-tale sign of a flop of lava at one end. This is NOT an impact crater.


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Many burst bubble craters can be seen in this image. Notice that they are all polygon in shape. This is evidence of GRS.


Liquid mud pool. Image credit: Terrence Malick

This image shows a mud pool crater being formed. Note the polygon shape. The same procedure applies to crustonics craters. With the liquid mud being replaced by magma (surface lava).

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