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Fig.5. The Earth’s Induction Radius-Vector
This particular model of the Earth’s internal structure solves the paradox related to the heating pattern of the Earth’s mantle. It was originally
thought that the heating occurred through mere diffusion of the heat coming from the terrestrial core which had remained there since the Earth’s
formation. That idea had to be abandoned, however, because of the small mantle heat diffusion ratio. A new, convective, model presumed the heating of
the mantle by way of heat local mixing. If true, those convective heat streams would have provoked continual major earthquakes which was not the case.
Then followed a model of the mantle heated through radioactive decay of long-living U238, U235, Th232, K40 isotopes. That approach would have yeilded
a mantle and core heating temperature three times as little as the prevailing one. In addition, that kind of heating would have triggered the
Earth’s radioactive contamination through volcanic activity, which isn’t the case either .
The model being suggested is focused on the heating through electromagnetic induction triggering the mantle’s thermal heating all across the board.
This rules out diffusion, convection and surface radioactive contamination.
Moreover, a small hydrogen diffusion from the Earth’s outer core through the mantle provides an answer as to how the water on our planet was
originated. The Earth’s hydrogen core model has been used before to account for water origins on the Earth. It didn’t, however, consider the
hydrogen core as a power source [11, p.90].
Considering the model suggested above, we might look into how the Earth’s bipole magnetic field is formed. Let us assume that an electron ring wave
is moving along the outer core’s inner surface in a specific direction at a speed of (1). A similar wave, different in power from the former one, is
heading in the opposite direction. The axes of these two ring currents are not parallel. In this case, the aggregate magnetic field of these currents
might be shifted against the Earth’s center. This shift, as current experiments testify, is 462 km. The bipole axis’ north pole and the south pole
would also be shifted against the Earth’s axis. The Earth’s magnetic fields are known to be slowly drifting as far as to change their polarity.
This may be accounted for by the movement of the ring currents along the outer core’s inner surface.
The above approach provides general answers to the paradoxes related to the Earth’s magnetic field and identifies the true power source that creates
A paper  says that the kinetic anisotropic energy of the terrestrial outer core’s gravitational compression is transformed into the energy of the
electric currents movement in quasiplasma, into the Earth’s temperature, into the kinetic energy of the Earth’s rotation, etc. The anisotropic
component of the gravitational compression in the outer core’s shell is about 500 times as powerful as the regular gravitational compression. It is
this anisotropy of the gravitational compression that is the main energy source in the Earth’s core. That amount of energy should be quite
sufficient for hydrogen transmutation into heavier elements that form the mantle.