(gamma exploration)Primary Water” or “Juvenile Water” is “new” water that is in, or derived from, materials deep within the Earth and has not previously appeared at the Earth’s surface or circulated in the atmosphere. It is available worldwide regardless of climate or geology. Instead of depending on the atmospheric water cycle driven by solar energy, this water source is part of the Primary Water cycle which is driven be Earth energy.
https://www.youtube.com/embed/bLXtkEp5STI?feature=oembed The mantle of the earth contains large quantities of H2O. Primary water is created from different sources:
a) Magmatic and volcanic water, by the synthesis of hydrogen and oxygen under tremendous pressure from the earth’s internal heat.
b) Metamorphic water, to be freed by transformation from one rock to the other caused by very high pressure.
c) Oceanic water, caused by subduction of tectonic plates into the earth mantle.
Primary water is forced upward. Atmospheric secondary water flows downward as a result of gravity.
The hydrologic (secondary) cycle includes precipitation, runoffs, reservoirs, groundwater bodies (aquifers), infiltration, seepage, evaporation, transpiration.
Permeable ground is comprised of unsorted material (crushed gravel, sands, soil).
Any aquifer that is perched beneath this permeable material is subject to pollution from the surface by the presence of humans and animals.
Sometimes a primary water spring manifests on top of a mountain co-mingling with run-off water.
Primary water rises from the mantle via the faults, fractures and fissures of the crust where it recharges rainfed aquifers, many lakes and the oceans.
H20 in the form of vapor is forced up through the weakest areas of earth’s crust, the rock fissures, and it becomes liquid as it cools.
Fractures and fault lines can transport primary water in large quantities.
Surface hot springs are usually directly connected with a hotspot below.
At many places primary water is constantly added to the hydrosphere.
In other places, primary water fissures do not reach the surface.
Drilling rigs can access those subterranean primary water sources by drilling vertically or horizontally into the fracture zone or fissure.