reply to post by wildespace
The Arctic is melting. Will the oceans poor down into the hole and leave the Earth dry?
Or is this hole on the land?
It goes back. Meaning, most of the ice there is fresh water. Salt water can't freeze into icebergs like that. In a general sense, nothing will happen.
No land masses will disappear and the animal life will adapt.
It's accessible by boat, so it's in the sea. Just to point out this, even though it's obvious, it's was designed that way.
And like you said it's a equilibrium, their water level is near the same as ours, so no need to worry about flooding, the Earth knows what it's
In a more general sense, it's in a constant flow. Most people here think that the Earth is a dead entity, much less something that you can rape. It's
alive and in a constant maintenance state, so nothing ever truly dies.
As for why the Earth is a solid ball, it's the result of hydrostatic equilibrium. The Earth has got so much mass that its own gravity compacted it
into a ball. Any voids inside it, which could have been there in the early stages of accretion process, were long since squeezed shut by the Earth's
Too big of a gap. There are caves that go more than 5 miles down and spelunkers down there have experienced something they thought impossible, they
felt lighter, swifter, and stronger than on the surface.
Another big gap in that theory, if Earth was a giant ball of mass, we wouldn't be here. Earth will no longer be near the sun, due to this fact;
Gravity is a EM force that operates at 1 THz with a penetration of 50 miles, and a wavelength of .3 to 4.3 mm.
But to unveil the illusion that geologist and seismologist believe Hydrostatic Equilibrium is true, the central sun emits it's own gravity but instead
of a pull, it's really a push. So in a general sense, gravity is operating both ways, we are being push on and push out.
Here is a real neat trick, you can negate your weight by adding more negative charges to your body. But it goes for the opposite, add more positive
charges, your going to weigh more than you think. Tibetan Monks could do it, why can't we?
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