Planet Earth: A Question Of Expansion


petros
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#121
New "go fetch" word of the day is Intermontane.

Now for some geology humour.

What do the subjects in these photos have in common?






 
MHz
#122
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

New "go fetch" word of the day is Intermontane.

Now for some geology humour.

What do the subjects in these photos have in common?






Your lover and his diseased dick?
Trolls don't get to dictate anything to me, now go do what you do be best, 'suck it all up Buttercup.'
 
DaSleeper
#123
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

New "go fetch" word of the day is Intermontane.

Now for some geology humour.

What do the subjects in these photos have in common?






They both blow smoke?...
Lots of them in this forum
 
MHz
#124
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

How fast do rifts diverge on your planet?

The collective in a lot of trouble if you are are the best 'warrior for the cause'.
 
MHz
#125
Quote: Originally Posted by DaSleeper View Post

They both blow smoke?...
Lots of them in this forum

With the collective it only comes out of their ass.
 
petros
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#126
Quote: Originally Posted by DaSleeper View Post

They both blow smoke?...
Lots of them in this forum

https://www.sciencedirect.com/topics...s/black-smoker
 
petros
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#127
Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

The collective in a lot of trouble if you are are the best 'warrior for the cause'.

Average of 63.5mm a year on Earth.

Why is the Atlantic rifting different than the Pacific and Indian Oceans?
 
MHz
#128
Perhaps you should give the different rates if you are going to focus on specifics rather than 'averages'. (include the yearly rates for the last 200m years also, thanx in advance)
 
petros
#129
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

Average of 63.5mm a year on Earth.
Why is the Atlantic rifting different than the Pacific and Indian Oceans?

Go fetch.
 
petros
#130
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

New "go fetch" word of the day is Intermontane.

Fetch!
 
MHz
#131
New game, lets play 'balls', . . . You can start running but that only means you will be tired when you lose, . . . . both times.
 
petros
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#132
The poor bastard can't learn.
 
DaSleeper
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#133
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

The poor bastard can't learn.

You're still trying to teach that nutbar something???


 
petros
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#134
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

No matter how f-cked up his thought process is, facts presented to him are still floating around in his cesspool of a brain.

See above
 
MHz
#135
Quote: Originally Posted by DaSleeper View Post

You're still trying to teach that nutbar something???


 
MHz
#136
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

See above

See Below.
 
DaSleeper
#137
 
MHz
#138
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l3ooOwJ4hww
Stephen Hurrell - Dinosaurs and the Expanding Earth
 
darkbeaver
#139
Louis Hissink says: February 20, 2019 at 7:53 am
Thanks for the heads up.
I wasn’t aware perovskite was an excellent proton conductor, but Michael Cszudi in hie Electric Earth model, alluded to protons passing through matter. It;s electric charge that is observed moving through the mineral lattice, which is then interpreted to be protons and electrons as the case may be.
No one knows what’s in the mantle. In fact no one knows what the MoHo is and its at a very shallow depth. As the Kola Peninsula Deep Hole project found, around 12,000 meters down the lower crust acts like a viscous substance like cold honey. It flows and fills the bored hole in. And the temperature was too high as well, so the Russians gave up drilling because the hole closed up before they could get the drilling tool back down to resume drilling. Years later the Germans drilled deep holes to verify plate tectonics, in Germany, and that project also failed to verify the model.
The belief that the mantle has abundant perovskite, is based on the standard astrophysical model that involves gravitational accretion, and the belief that meteorites are primary early stage universal components. But gravitational accretion doesn’t occur, so if the starting assumptions are flawed, so too any derivative theory.
 
darkbeaver
#140
Poles and Drifts

Posted on February 19, 2019 by Louis Hissink
One of the unintended consequences of assuming the geomagnetic field is formed by external plasma currents, specifically the plasma z-pinch structure of which the Earth is the focus, is the problem of polar wander over geological time. It’s the documented geological fact that the magnetic poles have indeed moved over time, but did the poles move, or did the continents move?
The present day observation of polar movement is evidence enough that the documented remnant magnetism in rocks is not caused by plate movement or earth expansion. Nor can this movement be explained by upper core turbulent fluid behaviour, or the present dynamo model, since there is no physical mechanism to explain core turbulence; it’s all mathematics and modelling, and hence technically sophisticated gibberish.
Plate tectonics, and for that matter most global tectonic models, all rely on the spatial permanence of geomagnetic field being the benchmark or reference point from which continental drift etc. is deduced. It is assumed the Earth has always been oriented at its present state, though the geomagnetic record can only be traced back to Jurassic times.
Given the present day observation of geomagnetic polar movement, it is obvious the geomagnetic field’s orientation has nothing to do with the Earth’s rotation or tectonic plate movement. Which means the plates are not moving as proposed by plate tectonic theory. Nor can the Earth be expanding either since earth expansion theory also relies on the geomagnetic field being constant in orientation over time.
The logical conclusion is that neither plate tectonics or earth expansion theories are supported by the geophysical evidence. This leads to the question of how the various ocean basins or surface depressions were formed. Subsidence by degassing? Or plasma erosion during past catastrophes? Or both? (In addition any tectonic model that relies on geomagnetic polar motion should be rejected).
By the way if the Earth is located at the focus of a plasma Z-Pinch structure, then gravity is easily explained as a radially aligned Lorentz force
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darkbeaver
#141
Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

Would, 'When I'm convinced it answers all the questions' be the right time to do that. The photo below will work even though it is from Mars as the features are similar as what can be found on earth. Before I get to the parts I see as being the same but but the water is missing on Mars so that opens space for an alternate theory that would also play out on earth.


The 'ruts' have no scientific explanation at the moment but if we consider the crust is brittle rock on the top part and 'putty' below that. The Grand Banks and the shelf the UK currently sits on is where that line is. Canada and EU lack a volcano to mark the center of the down-flow but they do have shelves that is rock moving out of the way. If it was an up-flow another mountain chain would be build like at the Atlantic Rift. The UK slab also has a rift north of Russia adding magma to help push that slab out.
When this breaks were first made it could have sent a shock wave through rock that was not fractured prior to that and only the lowest cracks were filled at that time. Events like the Siberian Traps saw more fluid magma come to the surface by using those existing cracks. In the area with the 'wagon ruts' the magma would come out slow and thick and in a thin layer. Thin enough that when the cooling took place the ruts were created due to cooling and the rut is there because it was the deepest lava and it shrank the most as the material in the while crack would have replace material by pulling it from the weakest area, the new ground.
In a larger scale the expanding earth model at its smallest is when the planet would have experienced a shock that would have shatter the proto crust. Due to it being of 'limited size' it was micro cracks and very few loose pieces thanks to the thick layer of once that covered the planet its first snowball earth stage.


The places where the biggest cracks were was above where magma was rising from the core like it had been doing for the last 3B years uninterrupted. Like the lava field where the ruts are found cracks let the whole area get covered and then some shrinking tool place. In the time the up-flow and the down-flow matched shedding as much heat as the core produced gave the earth an 'average temperature'.

Even with the surface being as smooth as the ocean in the doldrums the tides still happened as did the lighter magma making it to the top most layers, hills would have been at the up-flows and dips where the down-flows were.


Wind time back to when the core was as solid and the inner core was liquid and the mantle just beginning to 'fall like snow' and it would follow the shape of the solid core and due to the interactions that had already taken place the lines that are where the rifts are today and they were glowing red while the rest of the mass showed the pattern the crust had 200M years ago. That is when the water that is our oceans began to fall as snow and it was at least 50% of the water we have and it was all ice on a crust that was magma at about 2,000F. The ice slowed down the heat exchange and the magma came to be 3500F and the pressure broke the fragile crust and the ice along the lines that were always up-flows. The 2nd time is when all the fine cracks were created and they are still being filled with something, lava, oil, gas .
The places we see and drainage basins are in places where a hot liquid under different pressures and when it cooled the pattern it established mirrored what was below and as time and earth's weathering processes began the rivers naturally started at the high points and went lower in elevation as the ice melted and the first lakes were at the mountain tops and 300M years later water could be found at the lowest parts of the continental crust, The heat would eventually evaporate all the water and that would set things up for the 2nd snowball earth.
(to be continued)
No use getting too far ahead of the horse and cart. The next part would explore sucking the moons core out when it and earth were acting like big magnets. Does a compass work on the moon?






Ancient Roads in which no Vehicle Fits - part 2 of the 2018 Italy Expedition



Check this video out MHZ. It features parraell ruts with very much more geometric perfection than the example you supplied.
http://www.megaliths.org/browse/category/27 < and this
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