Perhaps these locations around the globe can be "pulsed" somehow by electromagnetic frequencies that somehow open portals to allow a Nigerian Beechcraft to make it from Nigeria to the Pacific - IF it went through one of these portals.
I'm reminded of the world vortices map in the Wrinkle in Time
There are several interesting passages about the crystalline structure of the inner core of the Earth being altered due to the orbits of a micro black hole, acting like a "lens" to create these beams.
Again, I'm reminded of a science article entitled Hurricanes Inside the Earth.
That is, the outer core spinning around a rotating inner core. Think of a small sphere inside a larger sphere. However, the two sphere's are spinning in opposite directions !!
Essentially, the earth's core is a giant electro-magnetic coil !!
I can't find the original article, but have substituted the one below.
Btw, it was hypothesized that the "hurricanes" occurred in the outer core as a result of geo-thermal dynamics coupled with the irresistable force of the spin...
Model May Explain 'Super-Rotation' of Earth's Core
Geophysicists at The Johns Hopkins University have developed a model that may help explain recent findings that suggest the Earth's solid inner core rotates faster than the rest of the planet.
The model shows how this so-called "super-rotation" of the inner core could be caused by electromagnetic forces and the fluid motions of an outer, liquid core, which surrounds the inner solid core. The outer core is composed primarily of liquid iron, while the inner core is a ball of solid iron measuring 2,440 kilometers (1,500 miles) across.
The model could help to provide insights into the mysterious processes, originating deep inside the Earth, that generate the planet's magnetic field.
The Johns Hopkins geophysicists developed their model after researchers at other institutions discovered the apparent super-rotation. Those scientists inferred the super-rotation by analyzing past data from seismic waves traveling through the Earth's core. One team found that the inner core rotates roughly 1 degree per year faster than the Earth's mantle, the part of the planet that lies between the core and the crust. Another team of seismologists concluded that the inner core rotates about 3 degrees per year faster than the mantle.
If it were possible to project some location on the Earth's surface down onto the surface of the inner core and color it with a red mark, then over the years one would observe the red mark moving to the east. At a super-rotation rate of 1 degree per year, the inner core would lap the mantle within 360 years.
Edmund Halley first observed in the late 17th century that the magnetic field on the Earth's surface tends to drift westward; the drift is believed to be caused by fluid motions in the outermost regions of the liquid outer core. With the inner core seismic data, scientists now have information that the previously unobservable flow is moving in the opposite direction, to the east, and at speeds five to 15 times faster than previously thought.
Three geophysicists at Johns Hopkins have proposed a mechanism to explain the apparent super-rotation of the inner core. They have developed a model based primarily on the structure of convective motions of the fluid in the outer core. The model was created by graduate students Jonathan Aurnou and Daniel Brito, working with Professor Peter Olson, in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences.
Fluid moving in the southern hemisphere, just below the solid inner core, and the complementary motion of fluid in the northern hemisphere, just above the solid core, combine to speed up the inner core's rotation so that it spins slightly faster than the rest of the planet.
Olson has compared the motion of the fluid to that of a hurricane. "Like a hurricane, it creates a very strong vortex," he said.
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