SS: i archive lots and lots of data. so i decided to go dig up this data about the water in the earth’s mantle because there are frauds in the world preaching that there is no water in the earth’s mantle and this supposedly is the reason why we have earthquakes .. well this scientific data proves that these frauds simply make things up that are not the TRUTH just to fit into their agenda . these frauds do not believe in science, instead they believe in santa clause and easter bunny . well most of us are fairly intelligent and can recognize the truth when it is brought forth and we can expose the frauds.. there is water inside the earth’s mantle and the fraud is exposed again and screenshots help to archive the fraud .  i am archiving this fraudulent data due to ongoing priestess wars

SS: NOTE if you look closely much of the water in the earth’s mantle is located right under the priestess mermaid beehive queen region etched into the side of the planet near the queensland heart in the pacific.. as well as the comet head merman samurai and the beehive ..  now i have supplied proof of my priestess queen while our fraudgotha continues to make stuff up out nowhere to fit how he wants things to be that simply is just not truth . we must deal in truth tonight .

3-D model shows big body of water in Earth’s mantle February 8, 2007 One of the most dramatic features in the Wysession et. al global mantle shear-wave attenuation model is a very high-attenuation anomaly at the top of the lower mantle beneath eastern Asia. This anomaly is believed due to water that has been pumped into the lower mantle via the long history of the subduction of oceanic lithosphere — crust and upper mantle — in this region. The left figure is a slice through the earth, showing the attenuation anomalies within the mantle. The location of the slice — red line in the upper right figure — is a map of the seismic attenuation at a depth of roughly 620 miles. In both images, light blue shows unusually soft and weak rock, and yellow shows unusually stiff rock (yellow and white show near-average values). The two figures in the lower right are resolution tests to see if the data have the resolution to retrieve Earth structure in these parts of the Earth. The sharper the black-white transitions are, the better the resolution is. Credit: Washington University in St. Louis

A seismologist at Washington University in St. Louis has made the first 3-D model of seismic wave damping — diminishing — deep in the Earth’s mantle and has revealed the existence of an underground water reservoir at least the volume of the Arctic Ocean. It is the first evidence for water existing in the Earth’s deep mantle.

Below: A map depicts large areas of wet underground rock (shown in red) as detected by seismic waves. Scientists studying these waves discovered a giant “ocean” of water under east Asia that contains about as much water as the Arctic Ocean. Map courtesy Eric Chou/WUSTL