posted on Dec, 26 2011 @ 11:09 AM
reply to post by Pharyax
If you go to a store, and buy a plasma ball. You will undoubtedly notice, that this plasma ball has a lot of things in common with our earth. In my
mind, it's evidence for the earths core being plasma ... it also makes sense, plasma being the most abundant matter in the universe.
I also suggest plasma is seeking it's gaseous state ... it wants to expand. And just like our sun, which cools down and enlarges ... so does the
I grew up around lava ... so I know that through my fingertips. Lava is filled with microscopic holes, which makes it an extremely effective matter,
to clean oil spills in the ocean. Oil will seap into those holes, and then sink to the bottom ... and although "collecting" the oil is preferrable.
The fact is, the microscopic holes in the lave, proves that the lava is filled with gas ... that expands.
Thus, the mechanism may not be as complicated as people think ... the plasma inside the earth, may be the very mechanism that created the atmosphere,
as well as the waters. In my mind, the plasma is like yeast in bread ... it simply expands, and the earths crust ... is like the hard crust on your
Originally, the earths crust was probably much thicker ... and the core of the earth, much denser ... originall a hard core, when cooling the earths
crust was created from accretion. But when it cooled further, the plasma seeks to expand ... as the earth expands, so may the earths crust get
thinner. As the earths crust gets thinner, so may the earths gravity get larger. Because the thicker the crust, the longer the distance to the core
and the dense matter that makes up for 99% of the gravity. When this crust gets thinner, obviously as gravity is also a factor of radius, or distance
... gravity increases as the core gets bigger, and the crust gets thinner.