Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Skinwalker Ranch - Is Radon a Key?


As I'm spending today (premiere of season 5 day on History Channel) studying the unusual activity at the ranch on "The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch," I figured I'd spend the day sharing posts about what is possibly going on - my own hypotheses -

Let's talk Radon, an odorless gas put off by radioactive decay and found in stones like granite and limestone, shale... .

Surrounding the ranch are hundreds of oil wells and an intense layer of shale. The mesa contains limestone. 

Radon is often found with uranium. Utah is a very rare earth mineral rich state. The Uintas are mostly quartzite which has radium, thorium, and potassium. These are elements we see a lot in their analyses. Cave areas within the mesa are mostly limestone.

As well, if the mesa were the site of a meteorite it would likely show potassium, thorium, and uranium. (sound familiar from analyses?)

So, now we know the location is ideal for anything utilizing radon as a measure of location or qualities that are desirable or in search of space-common commodities found in meteorites. 

A large iron meteorite would create a magnetic distortion concentrated in the mesa, but then if a meteorite hit the area, one would not expect a mesa, but a divet. If, like me, you see something farce about the mesa's shape and qualities, you might consider someone covered it up or shaped a hill out of what was once a mountain. 

The Uintas are strangely an east-west running range. Let's say you're a traveler from above trying to find the "signal" from below, if you approached a mountain range from the south or north and it ran north and south, you have to be very precise about finding that tail end. But, if you ran into an east-west range, you would easily see a many-miles long beacon.

About radon - 

Radon gas decays into radioactive particles that can get trapped in your lungs when you breathe. As they break down further, these particles release small bursts of energy. This can damage lung tissue and lead to lung cancer over the course of your lifetime. (Often we see people with no smoking history dying of lung cancer and radon could be the culprit. Homes today are built with barriers to keep gas from being a problem in the home, but many are not protected. As well, it's recently being linked to Alzheimer's in studies). 

(note: NE Utah is heavy in concentration or radon)

What can it do physically to a human? 

These breakdown bursts of energy. 

The question is - is something occurring that is accelerating the breakdown of radon and causing things like Tom's meningeal swelling or possibly other physical effects when the 1.6 GHz is sounding?

If you're concerned about radon at your home or in your area, consider calling in an environmental expert or get yourself a home meter.

A safe radon level is typically defined as one that poses a minimal health risk, such as levels below <150 Bq/m3 or < 4.0 pCi/L

What does 1.6 GHz do to radon?

Hmmm...A radon study might be another necessary step in their research.

Does radon have a purpose?

*Radon is used to track air masses to a limited level.

*Changes in groundwater radon concentrations help in the prediction of Earthquake.

*In the 1940's radon is used X-ray sources and for industrial radiography.

These uses tell us that The Ranch might be smart to do some radon studies of the groundwater to see if this is a tool that is being utilized if the radon is high in that region. It could be a silent detecting device for a race that either needs it or realizes it leads to areas with minerals they desire.

More on my hypotheses ongoing here on Ghost Hunting Theories. I am not a scientist, just intuitive, inquisitive, and highly intelligent. (was born that way, can take no credit except it makes me want to know more and more and more)

(studying logarithms for an oil lease I invested in)

BTW - would suggest the researchers tap one of the nearby oilmen to secure them a logarithm to see what is going on water/electric/gamma rays in the ground!

So excited for the new season of "The Secret of Skinwalker Ranch" on History Channel. 

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