posted on Dec, 9 2013 @ 07:23 PM
reply to post by SLAYER69
I mean, the last time I looked, Antarctica was a Continent located on Earth a planet which supposedly has (according to our latest scientific
theorists) tectonic plates that move.
Well before you let those pre-counted chickens out of that open barn door, you might want to peruse the information located within the following
The Solid, Quantified, Radiating and
EXCESS MASS STRESS TECTONICS (EMST):AN
OUTLINE OF THE HYPOTHESIS
Five propositions in Geology, namely Constant Size Earth, Plate Tectonics, Heat Engine Earth, Elastic Rebound, and the Organic Origin of
Hydrocarbons are challenged and in their place the Excess Mass Stress Tectonics — EMST, i.e., the Solid, Quantified, Radiating and Growing Earth
claims to be a comprehensive proposition.
Geodynamic phenomena are attributed to Excess Mass Stress (EMS). The basic idea is that the Earth expands and not due to a heat but to a stress
engine. Below the depth of about 100 km in the Earth’s interior, electromagnetic and nuclear forces, not heat and gravity, are considered to
dominate. Excess Mass (EM) is the product of transformation of cold plasma (electrons, protons and positive ions) into bulk matter, within the outer
core, through electromagnetic confinement, resonance, laser clustering, shockwaves, and controlled nuclear fusions.
This work represents a complete paradigm shift in relation to how the earth works as a stress engine rather than as a heat engine. It also postulates
a mechanism for a growing (or expanding) Earth that satisfies several key questions regarding the possibility of increasing mass that would underlay
the theory of the earth expanding.
There is a great deal of research presented in my signature thread on the topic exploring the relationship between the Expanding Earth and Electric
Specifically to the excerpt I quoted:
Plate Tectonics: A Paradigm Under Threat
However, evidence from seismic-velocity, heat-flow, and gravity studies has been building up for several decades, showing that ancient continental
shields have very deep roots and that the low-velocity asthenosphere is very thin or absent beneath them (e.g., Jordan, 1975, 1978; MacDonald, 1963;
Pollack and Chapman, 1977). Seismic tomography has merely reinforced the message that continental cratons, particularly those of Archean and
Early Proterozoic age, are “welded” to the underlying mantle, and that the concept of thin (less than 250 km thick) lithospheric plates moving
thousands of kilometers over a global asthenosphere is unrealistic.
In other words, no drifting has taken place and the continents are over the same portion of the mantle that they have been for hundreds of millions of