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    geology is a still a very incomplete science, there's is much to do mechanically with the terrain that is very poorly understood.
    if you're trying to study rocks and minerals you'll learn a lot from geology. but as far as how things are moving around and forming. things will move in ways you wouldn't expect.
    sometimes all you can do is dig.

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    It's kind of like how we study sub-atomic particles. Its like we crash two cars into each other, pick up the parts and try to figure out what makes them work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob in KS View Post
    It's kind of like how we study sub-atomic particles. Its like we crash two cars into each other, pick up the parts and try to figure out what makes them work.
    Meh... it's so much more understood than that it's quite amazing


    #2 when cars crash together the results will vary from crash to crash ,much more than what we see in things like quantum physics and geology.

    C. people describe future physics discoveries and geologic deposits based on hard science years before they reap the rewards.

    All based on ....predictability!!!

    These guys are building tools to show them things they already knew were happening. But, couldn't see until they made the thing to create what math told them......... It's crazy stuff
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    Prospectors find gold mines worth tens to hundreds of millions.

    Geologists find gold districts and mines worth billions.
    This ain't Michigan, its GOLD COUNTRY!

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    what's really neat in chaos prediction, or an aspect of how it works anyway. is that if yo sit and repeat the same scenario over and over.
    you'll find that there are only a certain number of possibilities in movement/action.
    if you have a strong enough imagination you can actually visualize and predict the possible set ups and processes of a system type.

    implying that there are unforeseeable variables. implies that you concept or theory is incomplete or incorrect.
    what I'm doing involves a set number of scalars properties worked in volumetric fields involving geometry and mechanics (interdimensional machinery). using quantities(whole numbers) allows us to define a resolution to space/eather. but quantum mechanics wont predict motion.
    a continuously changing topography can not be predicted without direct observation.

    now if only you can figure out how to indirectly observe a phenomenon.

    the correct theory is the one that doesn't have "anomalies". and all the variables are known.
    it is possible, I'm doing it.

    learning the inner workings of reality is beyond belief, and bazar is an understatement.

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    Well, let us know when you turn a well working profiting industry on its ear.

    Also take note of how you ignore all those facts and how geologists predict and discover constantly based on a very solid set of rules based on observation and proven results.

    To say it is "poorly" understood is a huge misstatement. Basing it on a desire to change it. So, an individual feels that they can understand it better or just not even try...well, That just doesn't make much sense at all.

    Fact is an understanding of geology as far as it has been established is a net gain for a prospector.

    Skipping over it for the sake of delving into the fringe.. with no practical application

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    lol, you're about to know. you think all I'm doing is gold mining.I'm now an interdimensional engineer.
    development takes time, planning, people, resources. regardless of how much money/gold you got.

    I know things you couldn't comprehend. you'd get a big head ache. obviously my last post was way over your head.
    maybe I should have said "kinetics" is a poorly understood science. geology has more to do with rock types and chemistry than structural and mechanical physics.
    yeah some try to explain how things form, but fail terribly. said "rules" aren't very solid.
    anything of any real "practical application" I wouldn't put out too freely. knowledge can be very valuable. and sometimes dangerous.

    there is such a thing as "disruptive technology" and "disruptive intelligence".
    I have a lot of work to do.
    fringe, you have no idea.
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    On another note, if any of you are looking for good read about geology and mineral exploration take a look at the book Intrepid Explorer. Its a very interesting read, and delves into what this original post was about.

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    OK...different fields of study offer different perceptions and understanding. Geophysics and Geochemistry offer knowledge as well as stratigraphy and many other geologic studies....(quaternary geology...etc). The original question basically asks: does "earth science studies" offer the miner any benefit. Kind of a easy answer in my opinion. I will be studying some structural maps today...and the ability to understand and comprehend their meaning adds value to my quest for what I am looking for...not gold today but rather another mineral.

    Yep

    Bejay
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    Geology it helps.
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    mapping a structure vs. how it's structuring are two different things. no current field of geology or science can properly explain this.

    "the universe is an endless collection of illusions, one of which is randomosity."
    if you actually knew how the terrain moves and forms you would find that you could control it. and maybe more, think about that.

    maybe some people have known about some things for a long time that if you found out about you would be very thankful for keeping secret.
    you know like top secret. we do have such a thing.

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    space is a "thing" all phenomenon (matter/energy, same things actually) are literally made up of space.

    it's how it's geometrically structured in an area in relation to the structure of the space/media around that area, that determines the phenomenon and action in that location.
    everything everywhere in nature is governed by this physics.
    including the formation of the terrain.

    as space or media/energies move, flow around. they will naturally "organize" into an endless variety of geometries. kinda like fractals. these "geometries" depending on there position, motion, and specific shape in relation to each other, interact mechanically.

    being able to visualize this sort of mechanics is known or not known as interdimensional engineering.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ClaimStake View Post
    space is a "thing" all phenomenon (matter/energy, same things actually) are literally made up of space.

    it's how it's geometrically structured in an area in relation to the structure of the space/media around that area, that determines the phenomenon and action in that location.
    everything everywhere in nature is governed by this physics.
    including the formation of the terrain.

    as space or media/energies move, flow around. they will naturally "organize" into an endless variety of geometries. kinda like fractals. these "geometries" depending on there position, motion, and specific shape in relation to each other, interact mechanically.

    being able to visualize this sort of mechanics is known or not known as interdimensional engineering.


    Space is defined by physics as the absence of energy and matter, without getting into the technical quantum mechanics of the fabric of space-time. All things contain space, but only a void is made up literally of space.

    It's hard to take you seriously with your grammar and spelling if you're going to promote yourself as an inter-disciplinary physicist, engineer, or geomechanical analyst.
    This ain't Michigan, its GOLD COUNTRY!

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    oh boi

    space is the ability to define existence between two arbitrary points. without space you have no existence.
    "what is" matter and energy.

    you can go on and on about particles waves and strings but at the end of the day the question still remains.
    what are these things?

    last I checked treasurenet wasnt a scientific journal I dont think spelling or grammar is very important
    in fact ill intentionally refrain

    enjoy your bit o au dust
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