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Chanoch's Water Supply
Part II

Hydrology And Hydraulics Associated With The Black Sea Region



          The surface waters of the Black Sea (the sea of death) contain sufficient oxygen to sustain marine life.   But, the depths of the Black Sea are enriched with poisonous hydrogen sulfide and methane gases.   These are deadly.

          The interface between the fresher oxygen sufficient surface waters and the denser saltier anoxic (without oxygen) waters below ... that interface is about 450 feet nearer the center of the Black Sea basin and nearer 350 feet approaching the North and South perimeters of the great basin.   Thus, since the fluid cylinder of fresher water rotates atop the great basin on an East-West axis, the interface between the two bodies of water should extend to a depth of about 450 feet along the East-West axis and perhaps even deeper above the area of drain holes.   This is due to the draw-down influence of the outflow (or discharge) via the depths of the great basin.   Therefore, reports of the oxygen vs. gases content of the waters reveal that the rolling cylinder of fluid atop the large basin of the Black Sea may be limited to the top 450 feet.

          Note:  In the preflood years wherein the seas were of relatively uniform shallow depths, in the vicinity of the ancient drain holes leading to distillation units that produced fresh water, there had to be some deeper holes in the sea bed.   And, the outflow through these holes in the preflood years may well have established whirlpools atop these sites.   Thus, to ancient mariners in preflood years, these whirlpools meant certain death if one were caught in its vortex.   So, the ancient myths of giant whirlpools may indeed have merit.


          The River Of Salt Water:  The influx of a river of warmer salt water into the Black Sea from the Mediterranean via the Aegean, the Dardanelles, Marmara, and the Bosporus carries a great deal of shallow water sea life with it.   However, the warmer salt waters pouring into the Black Sea tend to hug the sea bottom as they are heavier than both the fresh waters and the diluted salt waters already in the Black Sea.   Therefore, if the shallow salt water sea life requiring sunlight goes into the dark depths it dies; and, if it rises to the sunny surface it enters less salty waters and it dies.

          Researchers have shown that the flow of the Bosporus waters entering the Black Sea follow an ancient rift.   That rift apparantly transits the Bosporus and extends up through the Kerch Strait and on through the Sea of Azov.   Thus, the salt water sea life is readily carried from the Bosporus and on into the large central deep basin of the Black Sea.

          The Basin's Measures:  This deep basin encompassing probably more than 80,000 square miles is between 2000 and 2200 meters deep excepting for one known large hole or depression that exceeds 2200 meters (i.e. its depth exceeds 7,260 feet).   One can visualize this deep basin as a squashed elipse whose Western third is half the width of the Eastern two-thirds (i.e. the deep basin is like a large hot dog whose Eastern two-thirds has been inflated to double the Western third).   The measures of the great basin extend East-West for more than 550 miles and North-South for about 180 miles.

Black Sea

Black Sea Bathymetric of Black Sea

          The known deep hole is located about midway in the E-W measure of the deep basin and about two-thirds of the way from Yalta in the Southern tip of the Crimea to the Northern bulge of the Turkish coast.   The 2200 meter perimeter or depth line of this known central hole or depression is a fat tear drop shape whose axis lays SW-NE with the bulbous portion to the NE.   And the central SW-NE axis is about 34 miles long.

Deep Hole In Center Of Black Sea

Bathymetric Map of deep hole in center of Black Sea

          Building Layers Of Black Mud:  Again, the numerous fresh water rivers entering mainly on the North side of the Black Sea have provided a constant influx of fresh water microorganisms which also die off when thrust into the salt water environment.   Thus, this fresh water life was carried Southward across the top of the rolling cylinder of water.   Meanwhile, when the salt water sea life, entering via the Bosporus, arose seeking sunlight it entered a more fresh water enviroment and it too died.   Both, of course, were rather well mixed as the rolling fluid cylinder of water flowed on and on much like a giant perpetual rolling machine operating in slow motion atop a much saltier lower level of salt water.   Eventually, the dead and dying organisms fell to the bottom.

          The aforecited process has been going on in the Black Sea 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 52 weeks a year ever since The Great Flood in the year 1655-1656 from Creation.

          Now, in the spring of each year, the heavy annual runoffs from melting snows and spring rain storms produced annual vicissitudes of very muddy river waters whose silt also has been deposited on the bottom of the Black Sea.   Thus, like the annual growth rings of a tree, these silt layers join with the dead microorganisms to build layer upon layer of the clean dead and the mud enveloped dead.

          The Contents Of The Black Mud:  O.K., when these microorganisms decay the process produces hydrogen sulfide and methane gases, hydrocarbons, etc.   Isn't that what crude oil is all about?   The mud layers beneath the Black Sea then evolved as the thick, yellow to black, gelatinous mud that exists throughout the Black Sea basin.

          In 1969, 30 years ago, a Woods Hole team led by David Ross and Egon Degens on board the Atlantis II conducted mapping and sampling of the Black Sea bed.   In the process they took sediment cores from at least 37 sites within and around the edge of the deep basin.   They reported finding: 1. a dark black jelly like mud throughout the Black Sea where core samples were taken; 2. microscopic examination of core materials revealed alternating hair thin white and black bands that formed the mud, approximately 100 to the inch; 3. that the mud was of relatively uniform depth of about 40 inches (Counting years from Creation:  6003 - 1656 = 4347 years).   Therefore, at about one hundred lines to the inch and about 40 inches of mud, Ross and Degens hit it very, very close; 4. that when core samples were brought up on deck, the cores exuded a gaseous mixture of hydrogen sulfide and methane; 5. that the orgainic carbon content reached 50 percent by bulk dry weight; whereas, normally sediment samples from the Atlantic and Pacific contain only a fraction of 1 percent of the organic carbon; 6. they also established that a light grey clay substrate existed beneath this layer of black gelatinous mud; 7. that this clay contained practically no dissolved salts; but, when put in a press it did contain fresh water that tasted much like water from a mountain spring.   (Note:  since fresh water impregnated clay rests beneath salt water which is heavier, the fresh water must come from beneath.   This is more evidence of a fresh water system hidden beneath the sea floor).

          The Broad Shelf Northwest Of The Basin:  Bathymetric maps show that waters pouring into the Black Sea via the fresh water rivers on the North side pour onto a broad shelf.   This shelf basically extends Southward to a drop off that forms the sides of the great basin.   And the Southern side of the shelf West of the South tip of the Crimea is marked by a broad subterranean sandy beach, about 350 feet deep beneath the surface.   This broad beach is backed to the Northward by shells, larger debris, and then normal river sediment that leads back to the source rivers.

          Where the broad Southward flow from the rivers meets the revolving fluid cylindrical flow atop this beach region, the sand drops out to form the beach while the finer silt is picked up and carried along by the revolving fluid cylinder.   Eventually, this silt drops out and mixes with the dead sea life to form the gelatinous black mud reported by Ross and Degens.

          A Natural Reference Layer:  Note also, the grey clay marks the bottom of the preflood ocean that once existed and surrounded the very limited land mass of the preflood world.   Perhaps the currently existing deep hole in what is now the great basin also existed in the preflood days to provide Chanoch's water supply.

          Questions Remain:  Nevertheless, although this jelly-like black mud appears unique to the Black Sea, much remains to be investigated including:  the deep holes, the outflow, the separation of oil producing sea life and other microorganisms within the outflows, the distillation process, the availability of mineral and metal by-products, the fuller understanding of the entire fresh water rivers systems, the location and identity of similar suboceanic outflows worldwide, etc.


          The Great Rift:  The 1000 mile long rift down the center of the Red Sea offers a much younger situation.   That is, that rift occurred about 882 years after the flood (i.e. 1656 + 882 = 2538 from Creation:  4005 - 2538 = c. spring 1467 BC).   This was when Moses and his flock crossed over the Northwestern finger of the Red Sea.

          So, does this rift coincide with the rift that prevails beneath the Bosporus and Kerch Straits?   Core samples from the Black Sea may exhibit evidences in the occlusion of the black mud with the grey clay.

          More Potential Investigations:  Bathymetric measures within the Red Sea exhibit a few deep holes about 2000 to 2400 meters (7,920 feet) or more.   Are these also outlets leading to distillation units?   If so, there may be potential sources of virtually unlimited fresh waters for Eastern Egypt, Sudan, Ethiopia, Eritrea, etc.


          Cain's water supply simply explains what exists, how it can be seen, and provides a rather obvious example.

          Cain's water supply also indicates that certain of the ocean's deep holes existed in the relatively shallow uniform preflood seas.

          Furthermore, pollution contaminants are continuously flowing into waterways, rivers, seas, and oceans.   In turn, what one person, group, or nation dumps into the waters of this world may impact multitudes.   Even the little Rioni River conveying contaminants into the Black Sea is not exempt.   See:  http://www.parliament.ge/SOEGEO/english/blacksea/rioni.htm.

          And the myriad reverse flow wells need no further explanation.   They are abominations, substitutions for such as a ship loaded with containers filled with pollutants, waste chemicals, carcinogens, etc. that was taken out of Port Canaveral, Florida, USA and sunk off the East Coast of Florida in the mid-1960's.   Public objections, of course, were totally ignored as the vile, ignorant, and inconsiderate agents of the US Government did their thing.   This is only one example.

          Yes, one can go on and on as rivers, seas, and oceans still serve as convenient dumping grounds for humanity's wastes.   Collectively, these wastes are as a great mountain burning with fire, it's deadly:

          "And the third part of the creatures which were in the sea, and had life, died; ... and their fell a great star from heaven, burning as it were a lamp (everyone can see it), and it fell upon the third part of the rivers, and upon the fountains of waters (humanity's great water supply); And the name of the star is called Wormwood:  and the third part of the waters became wormwood; and many men died of the waters, because they were made bitter."

                                                       Revelation 8:9-11


So, How Much Contamination, If Any,
Gets Past The Distillation Process?


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