Originally posted by rat256
reply to post by Rigel
an inner sun... what? I'm sorry, someone, Olaf Jensen, was clearly not paying attention in geology 101, you can call me mainstream if you like but
i'm not buying that. a violent nuclear reaction going on inside the planet? ...
by the way, the sun isn't a "violent nuclear reaction"... that's just the most powerful thing that they could think of in the '50's, and it
stuck in the science books. our sun is electric! it passes through charged plasma in space, which explains why the surface of the sun is COOLER than
it is millions of miles above
the surface, and why the deepest recesses of the sun, sunspots, are colder
than the surface - why are they
cooler if they're closer to the center/inside of the sun?!
Originally posted by no_one817
This topic is pretty amusing. IT is simple. IF the Earth were empty, then we would simply float away. We know a limited amount of information about
gravity. But what we DO know is that mass determines gravity. To keep all our feet on the planet, or even to pull something like the moon and keep it
in orbit REQUIRES MASS. SImple 101 stuff. IF we agree then we argue, whats in it. A sun inside the earth? C'mon. At least come up with something
like cryptonite to keep the story going. A hollow lightbulb?
Oye, ok listen up... Something with the mass that is required to give out the gravitational pull our earth is giving, would emit energy. OUR SUN DOES
NOT EMIT HEAT. IT Emits energy which is then converted over to heat. thus some silly light bulb sun in our earth, that has the mass required but does
not give off the energy that would go along with it, makes zero sense.
atmosphere creates gravity!
gravity creates atmosphere!
and the electro-magnetic field creates both!
Earth's atmospheric pressure is 14.7 lbs/sq. inch, which is just enough to hold everything in place on THIS planet... it also happens to be the
amount of pressure they use in submarines underwater...
all planets' atmospheres act as a filter system for solar radiation and wavelengths of light, which in turn creates heat within the atmosphere. the
whole explanation that the closer a planet is to the sun, the hotter it is, and the further away the colder it is, is bunk.
each planet's atmosphere filters the light accordingly based on what ingredients make up the atmosphere. think about it - how can the sun's heat
travel through space anyway? the universe's average temperature is just above absolute zero, and with "nothing" to transfer the heat, how would it
reach a planet at all? you're right in saying that it converts energy to heat!
moreover, this new explanation postulates that any planet could have an atmosphere, and therefore some amount of gravity to sustain life!!
oh, and planets don't just "float away" - we're held "soundly" in orbit by a perfectly harmonic equilibrium of frequency and vibration,
resonating throughout the electro-magnetic universe!
if you have any questions, PLEASE watch Thunderbolts of the Gods
also, this interview REALLY helps...
Otis T. Carr - interviewed in 1959
i just wanted to clear some things up, because how can humanity progress if we aren't all on the same page?!
...and as for hollow earth, i'd just like to know why Hitler sent around HALF of his entire army to Antarctica during the war... why were they
there? what were they "protecting"?? ...is someone still guarding the poles?
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