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Juan de Fuca – following the main trend

The Pacific Ocean shows the same features as the Atlantic Ocean. A good example is Juan de Fuca, following the direction of division lines extending from equator, according to the same formula as the Reykjanes Ridge, Kamchatka and countless other distinct linear topographic phenomena. Here is the simplified drawing on a Google map base:

Juan de Fuca - 01

The number of features following the trend of the calculated alignment of convection rolls is just about endless. The secondary calculations then count for a wide range of tectonics otherwise difficult to explain. You might ask: “What are the secondary calculations?” The answer can be simple: “An example of secondary calculation is half the angle of the formula shown here. That is about W37°N or W37°S. Are there any features following that trend?”

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