View Full Version : The Earth expands?
03-30-03, 01:39 PM
The Earth, the stars and planets very slowly expand as new atoms are born in the their centers /1/. The increase of the radius of the Earth leads to the puzzling increase of the length of the day as the Earth ages, argues Eugene Savov - author of the book Theory of Interaction /1/.
Are there other indications for the increase of the Earth's radius than those presented in the author's web site?
03-31-03, 05:53 AM
I also find the Earth's expansion very unusual. What is interesting in the Savov's Theory of Interaction (http://www.eugenesavov.com) is that he infers this expansion from a completely new picture of the universe.
His fractal "firework universe" requires the Earth's expansion and also accounts for many puzzles and big questions - including what is life.
04-28-03, 08:57 AM
Well the earths core is hollow, and that hollow is surrounded by hydrogen, helium, and oxygen whish generate the earths magnetic feild, in addition the earths core and hydogen layers ect.. are very cold about 50 degrees Kelvin.
In occurance the earth shrinks, and the crust stresses, from compression due to its shrinking. the shrinking is a result of closer orbit of the earth by the sun, induction by solar gravity, which is about 3 ft every year. in addtion the earth goes through degassing of the core, where the pressure of gravity increase and warms the inner hydrogen and helium and oxygen, causing it to become gas under pressure, and rise in the crust, releasing large amounts of the inner gas is called degassing. Eventually resulting in a planet like venus and mercury, with hugh factures, and massive dead volcanos where the gasses have exscaped and the crust collasped inward creating hugh fractues. As well resulting in a planet with out magentic feild capable of exstending past the crust as there is no hydrogen or helium to generate a magnetic feild.
Large events of degassing occur during polar switches, when enough degasing occurs the planet becaomes incapable of generating a magnitc felid and that is its last pole switch, currently the earth is looked at as being close to this point and the pole switch is currently due to occur. there is some debate about the condition of the earths core at present.
If you understand that the earths core comprised of what we know normally as gases, then it becomes understndable to relate to a exspanind and contracting crust of earth, as great amounts of hydrogen and helium are in motion with every spring and fall tilt of the earth. a record of this motion found by monitoring the magnetic feild geoid, determins that the changes are constant with the tilt with progressive and permante variations.
Lastly the event of radioactive decay of atoms will create many gaseous atoms, primarly hydrogen and helium and in greater abundance than other atoms, given that hydogen is a subcomponet of other atoms and a natural occurance of decay.
this means that large amounts of hydrogen,helium will be created given earths mass, and create regions of exspansion and contraction, as well add to the existing gases of the core, and be recycled thorugh various stages causing exspansion, and change in magnetic core variations.
OH! as well it is calculated that the back ground constant is changing so this also effects the contraction and exspanson of the earths crust, this can be measured by the the spreading of the earths crust and plate fissures at about 9cm a year.
04-28-03, 05:09 PM
So the Earth moves about the galaxy which moves about the solar system ... any change in the space in which we move in (like pressure descending in fathoms, etc.)?
The chaos is caused by everything eventually exploding ... What was once a rock alongside a riverbed is now orbiting our planet every "x" years ...
04-28-03, 10:12 PM
The only way that the earth expands is via the drizzle of space dust and such. It currently grows very slowly, but in the past it grew much more rapidly. Current estimates of earthly growth are around 40,000 tons a year. As to how it affects the rotation of the Earth Iím not all too sure. I would guess that increasing the radius of the earth would slow it down but the amount would be so small as to be insignificant.
04-29-03, 03:51 AM
I thought about that. I my opinion this late in the evolution of the solar system the debris would come from all directions randomly (only guessing). Yet in the beginning the collapsing planet would have gained all its rotational energy from this debris.
05-01-03, 07:12 AM
A increase in the diameter of the earth, increases the speed at which the earth travels around the sun. A increase in gravity, caused by a event of density increase ect.... would increase the daily rotation of the earth.
In a polar switch the diameter of the earth shrinks, but there is a concentration of gravity, by a increase in density, this results in the earth rotating faster on a daily basis, but it then takes longer to travel around the sun. Meaning a avergae day would be say 2 hours shorter to say 8 hours shorter depending on the speed gained in the action of shrinking.
The earth would have a greater maxium and minimum approach to the sun(Apogee and Perigee) which could even cause a collision with the planet venus, or very profound intereaction with venus during the 400 years of the polar switch. the greatest change would be in are Apogee, with luck the peigree would stay the same however given the velocity gained it would changes some.
The increase in the Apogee would change are orbit around the sun, the velocity of rotation would aslo change are revolution around the sun sending us out with a furthur orbit, changeing the length of the year from 365 days to some 500 days?. In addition during a polar switch resulting in a increase in rotation speed, the earth would have very little, equinox(wobble).
A increase in mass gained from space dust,asteriod fragments ect.. eventually adds to the total weight of the earth, concentrated at the equatorial bulge, creating pressure on the core of earth and causeing the heating of internal gases, and speeding the action of the motion of the magnetic poles. This also happens when the earth speeds up, and when it slows down to much, such is also a yearly event that atcs to make the earth exspand and contract, EL Nino has a slowed down the earths rotation by 1 second, nuclear weapons can have the same type of effect.
The earths collaspes inward because the earths exterior magnetic feild acts to hold up the crust of the earth as well as the atomsphere.
05-01-03, 09:48 AM
Youíre a crack pot.. Try doing at least a little research, before you start your ranting.
No. He's not a crackpot, but a quack.
06-03-03, 01:31 PM
Anyway the Earth expands!