Also to consider... IF the core is iron, as the planet bobs past the equator of the galaxy, it would be affected by the galactic magnetic field, causing the core - which is magnetic - to flip.
This may cause the crust to slip, creating the "3 days of night" or "3 days of sun" (depending on where one is...) that shows up in a number of "mythologies..."
By the way, the plasma core theory has been around for at least as long as the 1980's.
The outer core was assumed to be molten.
Discarding amounts between 1% and 10% give results between 1.65 mm/year and 1.69 mm/year with an average of 1.65 mm/year. The median vertical movement is 1.33 mm/year, so the distribution is fairly skewed. A vertical movement of about 1.6 mm/year seems a reasonably representative figure. There does not appear to be any good reason to assume that this is anything other than the expansion of the earth.
The most compelling evidence from the video by Neil Adams is that when dating the ocean floors, they are all very young in comparison with the age of the land on the continents. I have yet to see anyone debunk this evidence, which I think was the strongest evidence presented in the video. I will research this information later.
Some stations are moving vertically far more than others and this is no doubt due to local plate tectonics. If the distribution was about a true mean of zero, then a sample of 1012 stations should have a mean of 0 with standard deviation of 1/sqrt(1011) standard deviations of the sample. It is actual 17 times this much away, an extremely significant result.
The standard deviation calculation is based on the assumption that the data are independent.
What is also known is that the crust is youngest at spreading ridges and oldest along the continents as predicted by plate tectonics.
During the 1960s experimental ocean drilling discovered the new seafloor growth along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge what shows that the Atlantic Ocean is a relatively new addition to the planet and is still growing, constantly adding new surface area: the drilling showed that some parts of the ocean floor are much younger and more thiner then the others. Earth Expansion Theory explaines why has sea level dropped by 16000 feet since prehistorical times.Simply answer could be, that our planet has expanded. The prediction of this theory is that the Earth will continue to grow (circa 22-42 mm - circa one inch-2 per year) in the future as well. This theory also explains that the other planets grow, as well as the whole Universe and it is good food for a thoughts about visible part of our Universe as well as good basis for further findings of geologists (and other scientists) who now try to connect all hypothesis about genesis of Earth in one unique theory (if they do not argue about them, what is unfortunately more often).
Based on your assumption. If you have the data available that proves that that GPS systems (there is more than one system) show that the Earth is not expanding, please post it, or a link to that data, because I am not seeing it out there.
And if the numbers in the video are correct, then the whole plate tectonics theory is extremely implausible. You need to do a whole lot more to explain how this works, or provide a link that explains this a whole lot better.
numbers in the video
arth Expansion Theory explaines why has sea level dropped by 16000 feet since prehistorical times.Simply answer could be, that our planet has expanded.
Like anything else in this Universe, our planet is living organism, with its consciousness, with high developed intelligence, and everyone and everything what is alive - has natural need to progress, grow and explore oneself.
A catastrophic flood refilled the Mediterranean Sea more than five million years ago, at the beginning of the Zanclean age that ended the Messinian salinity crisis. The flood occurred when Atlantic waters found their way through the Strait of Gibraltar into the desiccated Mediterranean basin, following the Messinian salinity crisis during which it repeatedly became dry and re-flooded, dated by general consensus to before the emergence of modern humans. The Mediterranean did not dry out during the most recent glacial maximum. The depth of the Strait of Gibraltar where the Atlantic Ocean enters ranges between 300 and 900 metres (980 and 3,000 ft) and the lower mean sea level of the last major glaciation 20,000 years before present[verification needed] is believed to have dropped only 110 to 120 metres (361 to 394 ft.
If earth was always a fixed size, how did this happen, it isn't likely in any branch of science. Consider this, there is a continual flow of magma under the sea floor which increases the mass of the sea floor and has often resulted in larger magma eruptions like volcanoes and earthquakes, this magma, over millions of years gets added to the earth's surface, all the mountain ranges, raising continents, as geology proves. This increases the mass and size of the planet....the magma chambers and core do not shrink when magma is released to the surface, therefore where do you think the added mass of magma goes to, answer, it sits on the planet's surface, and as any person of even the most basic intelligence will know, if you add a layer to something it gets bigger.
Also, consider this, ask any archaeologist how far down history is, for example, normally a few metres for Roman, more for Iron age, more for Paleolithic, theres metres between surface and bedrock and this is INCREASING therefore the size of the planet is also INCREASING and this has happened for MILLIONS of years. 3metres in 2000 years, how many metres in millions of years?.
Those are reasonable assumptions. In any type of test or measurement these are standard assumptions that one would make unless there is evidence to believe otherwise. It is simply impossible to account for every possible variable, so reasonable assumptions are necessary.
Sorry, but plate tectonics is still a theory, and long ways from being proven. If you have some specific points to back up your claims, please make them, because otherwise, it is hard to take you seriously
The numbers I am talking about is the age of the ocean floor.