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Several explanations have been offered as to why this is happening here. Kuehn theorized that right-lateral slip on the Wallula Fault is being transferred to more southerly faults such as the Vale Fault, wherefore he labelled this region the Wallula—Vale Transfer Zone.
Another explanation is that clock-wise rotation of part of Oregon discussed below about a point near the Wallula Gap has pulled the Blue Mountains away from the OWL;  this might also explain why the OWL seems to be bending here.
These theories may all have some truth to them, but what they might imply regarding the genesis and structure of the OWL has not been worked out.
Hells Canyon — North America's deepest river gorge — is so deep because the terrain it cuts through is so high. This is generally attributed to thinning of the crust, which allows the hotter, and therefore lighter and more buoyant, mantle material to rise higher.
This is believed by many to be involved with the Yellowstone hotspot and Columbia River Basalts ; the nature of such involvement, if any, is hotly debated.
Likewise, clarification of the nature and history of the Wallowa terrane, and particularly of the nature and causes of the apparent bending and multiple alignments of the OWL in this region, would be a major step in understanding the OWL.
The bedrock of Washington and Oregon, like most of the continent, is nearly all pre-Cenozoic rock, older than 66 million years. The exception is southwestern Washington and Oregon, which has virtually no pre-Cenozoic strata.
This is the Columbia Embayment, a large indentation into the North American continent characterized by oceanic crust covered by thick sedimentary deposits.
In the geological past, the coast of North America was in Idaho and Nevada, as will be described later. The Columbia Embayment is of interest here because its northern margin is approximately delineated by the OWL.
The variations are mainly in the region of the CLEW , where sediments are buried under the basalts of the Columbia Basin , and in Puget Sound, where the Cenozoic geology extends as far north as Vancouver Island.
The southern edge of the Columbia Embayment is along a line from the Klamath Mountains on the Oregon coast to a point in the Blue Mountains just east of the Wallula Gap.
Unlike the OWL, this line has little topographical expression,  and aside from the Hite Fault System is not associated with any major fault systems.
Rotation of the earth's crust around the U. One interpretation of this is that western Oregon and southwestern Washington have swung as a rigid block about a pivot point at the northern end, near the Olympic Peninsula.
The interesting thing is: backing out this rotation restores the Coast Range to an earlier position nearly juxtaposed against the OWL.
Hammond argues that the Coast Range believed to be seamounts that had previously accreted to the continent were rifted away from the continent starting about 50 Ma ago mid- Eocene.
This interpretation implies a " back arc " of magmatism, probably fed by a subduction zone, and possibly implicated with the intrusion of various plutons in the North Cascades around 50 Ma.
The cause and nature of the rifting does not seem to have been worked out yet. Certain complications in the subduction of the Kula and Farallon plates may have been involved.
During this rotation of the Coast Range the block of continental crust that is now the Blue Mountains on the eastern side of the KBML was also rifted away from the Idaho batholith, and also rotated about 50 degrees, but about a point near the Wallula Gap or perhaps further east.
While the rigid-block rotation model has much appeal, many geologists prefer another interpretation that minimizes whole—block rotation, and instead of rifting invokes "dextral shear" resulting from the relative motion of the Pacific plate past the North American plate, or possibly from the extension of the Basin and Range province as the primary driving force.
The large values of paleomagnetic rotation are explained by a "ball bearing" model:  the entire Oregon block western Oregon including the Cascades and southwestern Washington are deemed to be composed of many smaller blocks on the scale of tens of kilometers , each of which rotates independently on its own axis.
Evidence of such small blocks at least in southwestern Washington has been claimed. How this affects the postulated rifting does not seem to have been addressed.
Modern measurements show that central Oregon is still rotating, with the calculated rotation poles bracketing the Wallula Gap,  which is approximately the intersection of the OWL and KBML.
It is intriguing to consider whether the KBML has participated in this rotation, but this is unclear; that it is unbent where it crosses the OWL suggests it is not.
The OWL seems to be the northern edge of the rotating block,  and the paucity of paleomagnetic data to the southeast of the KBML suggests it might be the southern edge.
But the details of all this remain murky. Such a fault was once proposed  on the basis of certain marine seismic data, but the proposal was stiffly rejected, and now seems to have been abandoned.
Combined terrestrial and bathymetric topography shows a distinct lineament along the west side of Puget Sound from Vashon Island just north of Tacoma north to the west side of Holmes Harbor and Saratoga Passage on Whidbey Island see image.
But at Port Madison at the red bar in the image it is split by a distinct offset of several miles. Curiously, the southern section lies in the approximate zone of the OWL.
Note OWL—associated lineaments running parallel to the red line. This suggests dextral offset along a strike-slip fault.
But if that is the case then there should be a major fault in the vicinity of Port Madison and crossing to Seattle perhaps at the Ship Canal, aligned with the red line — but for this there is even less evidence than there was for the Puget Sound fault.
That it seems to be expressed in Ice Age 16 Ka deposits implies a very recent but entirely unknown event; but perhaps these recent deposits are only draped over a much older topography.
A recent offset might explain the apparent offsetting of north—south glacial drumlins bisected by the Ship Canal, but is not evident in more eastern segments.
Alternately — and this would seem very pertinent in regard of the OWL — perhaps some mechanism other than strike-slip faulting creates these lineaments.
This is not a strike-slip fault, but a thrust fault , where a relatively shallow slab of rock from the south is being pushed against and over the northern part.
And over the OWL. These models were developed in study of the western segment of the Seattle Fault. In the center segment, where it crosses surface exposures of Eocene rock associated with the OWL, the various strands of the fault — elsewhere fairly orderly — meander.
The significance of this and the nature of the interaction with the Eocene rock are also not known. Examination of the various strands of the Seattle Fault, particularly in the central section, is similarly suggestive of ripples in a flow that is obliquely crossing some deeper sill.
This is an intriguing idea that could explain how local and seemingly independent features could be organized from depth, and even across a large scale, but it does not seem to have been considered.
This is likely due, in part, to a paucity of information on the nature and structure of the lower crust where such a sill would exist.
Other faults to the south also show a similar turn,  suggesting a general turning or bending across the OWL, yet such a bend is not apparent in the pattern of physiographic features that express the OWL.
With awareness that the Seattle Fault and the RMFZ are the edges of a large sheet of material which is moving north, there is a distinct impression that these faults, and even some of the topographical features, are flowing around the corner of the Snoqualmie Valley.
If it seems odd that a mountain should "float" around a valley: bear in mind that while the surface relief is about three-quarters of a kilometer half a mile in height, the material flowing could be as much as eighteen kilometers deep.
It is worth noting that Cedar Butte — a minor prominence just east of Cedar Falls — is the southwestern-most exposure in the region of some very old Cretaceaous pre-Cenozoic metamorphic rock.
In such a context the observed arcuate fault bends would be very natural. It is generally assumed [ by whom? As has been shown, study of features that should interact with OWL has yielded very little: a tentative age range between 45 and 17 million years , suggestions that the ur-OWL arises from deep in the crust, and evidence that the OWL is not contrary to expectations itself a boundary between oceanic and continental crust.
The lack of results so far suggests that the broader context of the OWL should be considered. Following are some elements of that broader context, which may — or may not — relate in some way to the OWL.
The broadest and fullest context of the OWL is the global system of plate tectonics , driven by convective flows in the Earth's mantle.
The primary story on the western margin of North America is the accretion, subduction, obduction, and translation of plates, micro-plates, terranes, and crustal blocks between the converging Pacific and North American plates.
For an excellent geological history of Washington, including plate tectonics, see the Burke Museum web site. The principal tectonic plate in this region Washington, Oregon, Idaho is the North American plate , consisting of a craton of ancient, relatively stable continental crust and various additional parts that have been accreted; this is essentially the whole of the North American continent.
The interaction of the North American plate with various other plates, terranes, etc. Since the breakup of the Pangaea supercontinent in the Jurassic about million years ago the main tectonic story here has been the North American Plate's subduction of the Farallon Plate see below and its remaining fragments such as the Kula , Juan de Fuca , Gorda , and Explorer plates.
As the North American plate overrides the last of each remnant it comes into contact with the Pacific Plate, generally forming a transform fault , such as the Queen Charlotte Fault running north of Vancouver Island , and the San Andreas Fault on the coast of California.
Between these is the Cascadia subduction zone , the last portion of a subduction zone that once stretched from Central America to Alaska.
This has not been a steady process. This had repercussions on all the adjoining plates, and may have had something to do with initiation of the Straight Creek Fault,  and the end of the Laramide orogeny the uplift of the Rocky Mountains.
This event may have set the stage for the OWL, as much of the crust in which it is expressed was formed around that epoch the early Eocene ; this may be when the story of the OWL starts.
Other evidence suggests a similar plate reorganization around 80 Ma,  possibly connected with the start of the Laramide orogeny. Ward claimed at least five "major chaotic tectonic events since the Triassic".
Each of these events is a possible candidate for creating some condition or structure that affected the OWL or ur-OWL, but knowledge of what these events were or their effects is itself still chaotic.
Complicating the geology is a stream of terranes — crustal blocks — that have been streaming north along the continental margin  for over Ma  and probably much, much earlier , what has recently been called the North Pacific Rim orogenic Stream NPRS.
Roughly million years ago during the Jurassic period the Pangaea supercontinent began to break up as a rift separated the North American Plate from what is now Europe, and pushed it west against the Farallon Plate.
The Farallon plate is notable for having been very large, and for subducting nearly horizontally under much of the United States and Mexico; it is likely connected with the Laramide Orogeny.
The period 48—50 Ma mid-Eocene is especially interesting as this is when the subducted Kula—Farallon spreading ridge passed below what is now the OWL.
Around 30 Ma ago part of the spreading center between the Farallon Plate and Pacific Plate was subducted under California, putting the Pacific plate into direct contact with the North American plate and creating the San Andreas Fault.
The remainder of the Farallon Plate split, with the part to the north becoming the Juan de Fuca Plate ; parts of this subsequently broke off to form the Gorda Plate and Explorer Plate.
By this time the last of the Kula Plate had been subducted, initiating the Queen Charlotte transform fault on the coast of British Columbia; coastal subduction has been reduced to just the Cascadia Subduction Zone under Oregon and Washington.
Unlike anything on the OWL, these lava flows can be dated, and they show a westward age progression from an origin at the McDermitt Caldera on the Oregon-Nevada border to the Newberry Volcano.
Curiously, the Yellowstone hotspot also appears to have originated in the vicinity of the McDermitt Caldera, and is generally considered to be closely associated with the Newberry magmatism.
Alternative models include:  1 flow of material from the top layer of the mantle asthenosphere around the edge of the Juan de Fuca Plate a. A paper by Morgan  suggested that this seamount—OWL alignment marks the passage some Ma ago of the Bermuda hotspot.
This same passage has also been invoked to explain the Mississippi Embayment. The paper also suggested that passage of a hot spot weakens the continental crust, leaving it vulnerable to rifting.
But might the relation actually run the other way: do some of these "hotspots" accumulate in zones where the crust is already weakened by means as yet unknown?
The supposed Newberry hotspot track may exemplify this see Megashears, below , but application of this concept more generally is not yet accepted.
Application to the OWL would require resolving some other questions, such as how traces of a ca. Possibly there is some explanation, but geology has not yet found it.
The OWL gets faint, perhaps even terminates, just east of the Oregon—Idaho border where it hits the north-trending Western Idaho Shear Zone WISZ ,  a nearly vertical tectonic boundary between the accreted oceanic terranes to the west and the plutonic and metamorphic rock of the North American craton the ancient continental core to the east.
From the Mesozoic till about 90 Ma mid- Cretaceous this was the western margin of the North American continent, into which various off-shore terranes were crashing into and then sliding to the north.
Near the town of Orofino just east of Lewiston, Idaho something curious happens: the craton margin makes a sharp right-angle bend to the west.
The truncation occurred between 90 and 70 Ma ago, possibly due to the docking of the Insular super-terrane now the coast of British Columbia.
Then another curious thing happens: before the west-trending craton margin turns north, it seems to loop south towards Walla Walla near the Oregon border and the Wallula Gap see orange-line here , or dashed-line here.
Although southeastern Washington is pretty thoroughly covered by the Columbia River Basalts, a borehole in this loop recovered rock characteristic of the craton.
If this is a cross-cutting offset it would have to be younger than the OFZ less than 70 Ma , and older than the OWL, which it does not offset.
That the OWL and the OFZ are parallel along with many other structures suggests something in common, perhaps a connection at a deeper level.
But this offsetting relationship indicates that they were created separately. From there it seems to connect with the Snake River—Wichita fault zone, which passes through Colorado, and Oklahoma.
Whereas the OFZ is a mere 90 to 70 Ma old, this megashear is ancient, having been dated to the Mesoproterozoic — about a billion years ago.
The Snake River—Wichita fault zone is of a similar age. What appears to be happening is exploitation of ancient weaknesses in the crust.
This could explain the Newberry "hotspot track": parallel weaknesses in the crust open as the Brothers, Eugene—Denio, and Mendocino Fault Zones in response to development of the Basin and Range Province ; magma from the event that initiated the Yellowstone hotspot and possibly the Columbia River and other basalt flows simply exploits the faults of the Brothers Fault Zone.
The other faults do not develop as "hotspot tracks" simply because there is no magma source nearby. Similarly, it may be that the OWL reflects a similar zone of weakness, but does not develop as a major fault zone because it is too far from the stresses of the Basin and Range Province.
This could also explain why the OWL seems possibly aligned with the Kodiak-Bowie Seamount chain in the Gulf of Alaska, especially as the apparent motion is the wrong direction for the OWL to be a mark of their past passage.
They are also on the other side of the spreading centers, though that does suggest a pure speculation that these postulated zones of weakness could be related to transform faults from the spreading center.
Following the Great Divide Megashear into the mid-continent reveals something interesting: a widespread pattern of similarly trending roughly NW-SE fault zones, rifts, and aeromagnetic and gravitational anomalies.
Curiously, there is another widespread pattern of parallel fault zones, etc. It is now believed that these two predominant patterns reflect ancient weaknesses in the underlying Precambrian basement rock,  which can be reactivated to control the orientation of features formed much later.
Such linkage of older and younger features seems very relevant to the OWL's troubling age relationships. The possible involvement of the deep Precambrian basement does suggest that what we see as the OWL might be just the expression in shallower and transitory terranes and surface processes of a deeper and persistent ur-OWL, just as ripples in a stream may reflect a submerged rock, and suggests that surficial expression of the OWL may need to be distinguished from a deeper ur-OWL.
But neither the applicability of this to the OWL nor any details have been worked out. See also Energy Citations Database. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Location of the Olympic-Wallowa Lineament. Is the OWL an optical illusion? Red line is Interstate 90, Snoqualmie Pass is at upper left corner, Easton is near center.
Wallula-Vale Transfer Zone and environs. Map courtesy of S. Rotation of Coast Range light green and Blue Mountains shown by red lines.
Authorities differ on amount and location of poles; see text. Original map courtesy of William R. Main article: Seattle Fault.
Main article: Plate tectonics. Now available on-line; see citation. McKee , p. There is a bit of a bend east of Port Angeles — the shore line between Pillar Point to Slip Point has a more westerly angle of 65 degrees — but that section is so short that the angle from Wallula Gap to Port Angeles is still 57 degrees.
A line run from the strong relief at Gold Creek to the mouth of Liberty Bay and beyond — a line that runs along several seeming OWL features — has an angle of 52 deg.
In Seattle the angle of the Ship Canal which is a reasonably close proxy for the natural feature it lies in has an angle of 55 degrees It is possible that whatever causes the OWL is straight, but at depth, and its expression towards the surface is deflected by other structures.
And perhaps the Blue Mountains cause a similar bend. But this is entirely speculative. Estimates of offset vary; this is the minimum. There is a basin — the Seattle Basin — just immediately north of the Seattle Fault , but it appears no one has attributed it to movement on the OWL.
C and Figure C See Reidel et al. But see also Kuehn , p. Whether this contact extends south of the OWL is not yet known.
Geologists are often disturbed by the results from geophysical methods, which they attribute to various kinds of errors. Geophysicists claim their results have a consistency that precludes such errors.
See Johnson et al. Recent mapping DGER Geological Map GM73 shows a multiplicity of fault strands; it is possible that these seemingly arcuate faults may be artefacts of slightly confused mapping.
A slightly variant view is that this piece of the Kula plate had broken off to form the Resurrection Plate Haeussler et al.
A few sources have described this general trend the Olympic— Wichita Lineament e. This is inaccurate. This lineament is said to dextrally offset the Colorado Lineament , said to run from the Grand Canyon to Lake Superior.
Vanden Berg For an interesting trip outside of mainstream science read about the Expanding Earth theory. Armstrong, R.
Baars, D. Beck, M. Blakely, R. February , "Location, structure, and seismicity of the Seattle fault zone, Washington: Evidence from aeromagnetic anomalies, geologic mapping, and seismic-reflection data", Geological Society of America Bulletin , 2 : —, Bibcode : GSAB..
Brandon, M. Breitsprecher, K. Caggiano, J. Note: some catalogs misidentify this item as edited by K. Campbell, N.
January , "Structural and stratigraphic interpretation of rocks under the Yakimia fold belt, Columbia Basin, based on recent surface mapping and well data", in Reidel, S.
Cantwell, T. Catchings, R. Cheney, E. January , "Regional tertiary sequence stratigraphy and structure on the eastern flank of the central Cascade Range, Washington", in Stelling, P.
Secretly, he possessed the power of the Attack Titan. Kruger was a fairly large, well-built, older man. He had shaggy dark hair which he kept combed to the side.
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Kruger appeared to be a largely stoic individual who never displayed any emotions, most likely as a consequence of enduring years of suffering and misery as a mole and being forced to commit brutal and atrocious acts against fellow Eldians.
After finding Grisha and Faye Yeager outside of their internment zone , he felt no qualms in punishing Grisha physically.
He again continued to show a lack of empathy when the Yeagers learned of Faye's death, remaining stone-faced at the sight of their sorrow.
However, in truth, he felt remorse for all of his immoral acts that he did to his brethren, but saw it necessary for the betterment of Eldia.
Kruger was born to an Eldian family living in Marley. His father had joined an Eldian revolutionary army led by the remnants of the royal Fritz family who remained on the mainland.
Unfortunately, the army was very ineffective, and its members, including Kruger's father, were captured and burned alive by the Public Security Authorities as Kruger hid in a closet.
Afterward, he was rescued by friends of his father. While spending his downtime watching airships with one of his fellow officers , Kruger caught sight of Grisha and Faye Yeager following the airship.
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Amidst the conversation, he looked into the traumatized Grisha's eyes, seeing pure hatred and a desire for revenge. Two years later, Kruger inherited the power of the " Attack Titan " from an unknown predecessor, gaining the power of the Titans.
Thirteen years after inheriting his power, when the "Curse of Ymir" was beginning to take hold of his health,  Kruger was present when Grisha was tortured by the Public Security Authorities.
He asked if he confessed to the Owl's identity, and Grisha assured he did not know. Kruger announced the boat that will send the Restorationists to Paradis Island was ready.
During the operation at Paradis Island, Kruger escorts Grisha from the top of a thirty-foot wall, telling Grisha that as punishment for treason, he will be transformed into a Titan.
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