Originally posted by adrift
As I understand, the science community isn't that clued up on gravity to begin with? I gave the expanding earth theory a read a while back, but maybe
this is cause for a re-visit.
Great Post, good read
There is a serious reason to re-visit the Expanding Earth theory. For numerous reasons.
First, life on earth is Unique, as are the vast oceans. And even if we take NASA's 0.1mm/year seriously, and think of it as statistically
insignificant. It is in fact, a confirmation that the earth grows. Because it means, that 4.5 billion years ago, the earth was smaller than Venus.
But unlike Venus, that spews out its volcanic gases and causes enormous atmospheric pressure, the earth does not have it. Neither does Venus have
dynosaurs, living in boyancy in it's thick atmosphere. And mars does not have any atmosphere, worth talking about.
And more to the point, the Dynosaurs that could fly, have a wingspan/body ratio similar to that required for today. In an environment, where their
body wieght was kept up by boyancy ... such wingspan wasn't needed, it would have been a negative effect, rather than a positive one.
Evolution simply proves the theory wrong, because there are no animals, with the nature of "swimming" through thick atmosphere. You have only two
types,. landwalking animals in little aerodynamic resistance and water swimming ones, in strong resistance of movement.
Even if many disgard the expansion theory, and look at other planets for support. Those other planets do not support life. But those other planets,
do show support for expansion. No where equivalent to the expansion we're talking about on earth, nowhere can you see entire ocean floors younger
than the crust. And the ideology that earth must accredit mass, to increase in size or increase its gravity. Both, are wrong.
The only thing that is needed for increase of size, and increase of gravity on the surface of the earth. Is that density of the inner most plasma
core, is less. And that the crust has thinned. The latter, is a known fact, supporting the other. The nature of volcanic eruptions, also suggest
the former is more than possible. The only thing that is needed, for this to occurr, is for the crust to break like an eggshell, and a cooling
environment to exist. Both of these, are true.
More to the point, volcanic eruptions occurr because of cooling of the planet, and the inner plasma material seeks to expand itself. With the earths
crust, being tectonics ... it's inevitable that the inner plasma material, seeks expansion. And that the material that is used to patch up the
oceans, is "correctly asumed" melted material from the earths lower crust. Thinning it out, with time.
And as the crust thins, and the mass of the earth being 90% in its core. Gravity will also increase, as the radius to the mass, decreases.
That the core of the earth, is different from that of other planets, should be obvious. This is the only planet sustaining life, with electricity in
abundance ...Where two legged mammals, use this electricity from it's plasmatic inner, for communications through computers.
But, more to the point, in my opinion. Is that the wishful thinking, that this planet is given to us by God, and that it's been stable for billions
of years, and will be stable for billions of years more. No reason to panic, is absurd. This is something that needs to be understood, correctly,
and worked upon ... life on this planet, is fragile. So fragile, it is almost unique, and most certainly unique in our known universe. Whatever life
is out there, is so dinstant, and/or, so different, that it is irrelevant to us as species.
edit on 8/8/2012 by bjarneorn because: (no reason given)