posted on Mar, 2 2011 @ 06:29 PM
Originally posted by karmajayne
reply to post by sezsue
the below is a quote from the artical the the op provided
So, in the Expando Planet model, the continuous stream of energy from the Sun goes not only to the surface of the planets, but also to the center of
the planets, where, given the correct conditions, and the existence of an active plasma core (Mars, as an aside, has none, and is therefore, a
'dead' planet), this energy is transmuted into matter. Note also that plasma is a great form of an 'energetic antenna' and actually (in
laboratories) seems to draw energy to it via sympathetic resonance.
Alas, it only proves how little the writer knows.
The core of the planet isn't plasma.
Plasma is an "ionized gas" (en.wikipedia.org...
(physics)) and our core certainly isn't made out of gas that's as hot as the
surface of the sun. That would melt the Earth.
Heat gets transferred down a short distance into the soil -- but not very far. Go into a cellar even on a hot day and see how much cooler it is down
there. There's no energy getting through the soil.
However, our core is molten iron and is still hot, so as you drill down thousands of feet the temperature begins to rise. But that heat comes from
within the Earth.
So some of the energies of the Sun hit the surface of the earth, but energy at levels we cannot detect without really really working at it, go to the
center of the planet where they are condensed by that plasma environment into matter.
then another quote from which i searched on the net as i did not know what plasma was lol im still new and learning so bear with me please
plasma is a gas that has been energized to the point that some of the electrons break free from, but travel with, their nucleus. Gases can become
plasmas in several ways, but all include pumping the gas with energy. A spark in a gas will create a plasma. A hot gas passing through a big spark
will turn the gas stream into a plasma that can be useful. Plasma torches like that are used in industry to cut metals. The biggest chunk of plasma
you will see is that dear friend to all of us, the sun. The sun's enormous heat rips electrons off the hydrogen and helium molecules that make up the
so is this what causes the earth magnetic feild?. sorry if im way off base here alot of these words i do not understand the meanings and is alot to
get my brain around as i left school really young i just want to know if im grasping the idea of this so the plasma in the earth's core is spining
and drawing the energy that the sun is giving off ie in solar stors cme and just general emmisions from the sun?. so the electrons travelling through
space and to earth thus causeing the earth geomagnetic feild as it's creating the plasma to get excited lol i have no idea if this makes sence im
trying me best to understand how this works