New Earth Compostion

Discussion in 'Earth Science' started by DwayneD.L.Rabon, Oct 18, 2007.

  1. DwayneD.L.Rabon Registered Senior Member

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    In My new efforts to calculate the earths mass and compostion, I found some interesting circumstance, of those new condtions that i found i thought it might of intrest to some others, exspecially the composition of the earth.
    The below list starts from the center of the Earth with Hydrogen and ends with the surface of the earth at Silicon.
    Hydrogen
    Helium
    Lithium
    Beryllium
    Carbon
    Nitrogen
    Oxygen
    Flourine
    Neon
    Sodium
    Mg
    Aluminium
    Silicon

    From the center of the earth there are 1088 miles of Hydrogen,Deterium,
    Trintium and Helium. Followed by 585 miles of Lithium, which is then followed by 1,131 miles of Beryllium, 5 miles of Boron, 700 miles of Carbon, 130 miles of Nitrogen and 91.8 miles of Oxygen.
    the remaining 233 miles is the surface of the earth which is composed of the atomic elements we find in the periodic chart. All elements above oxygen are trace elements of the earth. The 233 miles composing the surface of earth rest on a atmosphere of Oxygen,Nitrogen,Florine and Neon that are below the Silicon Oxygen surface.

    The intresting point of this assement is that the earth has a internal atmosphere 454 miles below the surface, being between the 454 mile mark and the 233 mile mark.
    this in turn gives some reason for the theories of older generations to the conception of a inner earth, which had ancient life ect... the search for the inner earth.
    under any event the evidence defines that the surface earth is actually afloat on a lower atmosphere, simular to what we breath on the surface of the earth.
    The occurance of this atmophere and the remaining element which float upon it, exsplain some of the conditions of which we have on the surface of earth, such as the presence of nitrogen in the sea, the occurrance of Mg in large deposits on the sea floor, and the sodium over abundance in the worlds oceans. As well the condition of are soil, being that it is Silicon Oxygen and Aluminium Oxide by percentage.

    It seems that humans have a new place to discover right here on earth.

    The earth also has a few cautions to take note of, as one of the atmosphere that exist below the silicon based surface is florine, which in the event of crustal movement may be released from the internal earth and contaminate the normal breathing air, causing death on a wide scale. it would seem that this would be a region event of exstinction that may exist in the fossil record or be a cause of past exstinctions. a world full of flroine for 6 months would do in a good number of people in a given hemisphere of larger area. Flroine is Toxic.


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  3. cosmictraveler Be kind to yourself always. Valued Senior Member

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    That's why they add it to drinking water supplies, it kills everything!

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  5. TruthSeeker Fancy Virtual Reality Monkey Valued Senior Member

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    Wow... Dwayne's second thread....!!
     
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  7. Klippymitch Thinker Registered Senior Member

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    Interesting.

    What state is the matter of the oxygen and nitrogen below the earth's crust? Gas or liquid state? or both?
     
  8. TruthSeeker Fancy Virtual Reality Monkey Valued Senior Member

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    Another of Mr. Verne's prophesies proven true... :itold:
     
  9. matthyaouw Registered Senior Member

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    Mind sharing your methods and reasoning here? How did you find out this exciting new composition of earth?
     
  10. P. BOOM! Registered Senior Member

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    No iron or nickel?
     
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    LOL! The only reason I bother reading his posts now is because I've always enjoyed scifi.

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    But he needs to put more effort into creating a storyline.

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  12. draqon Banned Banned

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    So what we got inner earth at 1atm? Or am I understanding this wrong?
     
  13. TruthSeeker Fancy Virtual Reality Monkey Valued Senior Member

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    There are not atms at inner earth, as long as I know.... why would any bank put an atm there? There's nobody there!
     
  14. DwayneD.L.Rabon Registered Senior Member

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    Ok well, to awnser a few points, the earth has all of the periodic elements, however most of the elements in the periodic chart are just trace elements, Ferrum (iron) and nickel are trace elements, THE RAREST element is Europium.
    As i know may people base ideas based on the ferrum(iron) concepts of the world, here is the worlds iron content, it is equivalent to a 584 feet thick layer around the world at a depth of 6.7 miles.
    Of the trace elements above oxygen aluminium is the most abundant having a layer equivalent to 42 miles thick around the world at a depth of 35 miles.
    the abundances where give in relation to depth and layer, as it is at these layers that the elements is in normal state, which is liquid,fluid, or amophourous in state.
    the state of elements changes within each layer, elements with in each layer chnage from hot to cold, and so the state of matter is in a cycle. those atoms of a given element that decend become warm and ionize creating a plasma, those elements that rise become cold and freeze, this constant change within a layer creates a cycle with a layer, and controlls how a given element is projected into another layer, forming a chemical,mineral. such as florite.

    This meathod fo determining the compsotion of the earth involved the use of star and thier determination of subatomic chemistry, and planetary influence on earth chemistry.

    As of recent thye number have beed shrapened up, and so some of the layers have gotten larger and some smaller. but the assigment of atomic elements in order has stayed the same, meaning that hydrogen is still at the center and the earth surface is still silicon, volume has changed.

    in addition the composition of the earth does invovle the transit of elements from one layer to another higher or lower layer, but is limited to given elements that can tranist certain layers, elements that do travel accross layers are usally transported as a chemical and not a pure substance, the type of chemical differences is depend on the direction of travel decending or rising in the earth interior, example carbon, diamond is a chemical that travels from the carbon layer that has been traveling upward in the earth since it left the carbon layer. CO2 would have a different route of travel.
    the oxygen and nitrogen layer of which the surface floats on rest on top of the carbon layer which deeper in the earth (see list) CO2 would be the route of oxygen that has been traveling downward in decent and become warm, and ionized, and in the proccess captured carbon from the lower level.

    Oxygen in our atmosphere appears as a gas, but oxygen in the interior should be as a liquid, that in rising freeze, and in decent warms to a gas.

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  15. Enmos Staff Member

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    Uhm... :
    "Iron is the fourth-most common element in Earth's crust, and the second-most common metal after aluminum. Its abundance is estimated to be about 5%. Sampling studies indicate that portions of Earth's core consist largely of iron, and the element is found commonly in the Sun, asteroids, and stars."
    from: http://www.enotes.com/earth-science/iron
     
  16. DwayneD.L.Rabon Registered Senior Member

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    Here is the Compostion of the moon to go with the that of the earth.

    Starting with Florine as the center of the moon and ending with silicon as the surface.

    Florine
    Neon
    Sodium
    Mg
    Aluminium
    Silicon

    All elements above silicon on the moon are trace elements, but also elements up to florine are as well trace elements, having a existance within the interior of the moon as componets of chemicals, derived from the abundant elements (F thru Si).

    The Moon is different than the earth in that the crust does not float on a atmosphere, it appears as well that the main crust of the moon will be some chemical orientation of silicon and aluminium.


    Well Enoms, i would disagree with a assement that the core contains large tonages of Ferrum(iron), Ferrum is unstable, and would be greatly ionized if it did, being a completely stripped nucleous having a location in the core of earth.
    if greater tonages exist at other than earth surface, the the Iron is a plasma that makes chemicals with other abundant elements of the earth, of which the iron is ionicaly bonded to those elements composing the chemical.

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  18. draqon Banned Banned

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    and they already developed a method of extracting oxygen from moon soil...
     
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    What Is The Inside Of The Moon Like?

    Sensitive instruments placed on the lunar surface by the Apollo astronauts are still recording the tiny vibrations caused by meteorite impacts on the surface of the Moon and by small moonquakes deep within it. These vibrations provide the data from which scientists determine what the inside of the Moon is like.

    About 3,000 moonquakes are detected each year. All of them are very weak by terrestrial standards. The average moonquake releases about as much energy as a firecracker, and the whole Moon releases less than one-ten-billionth of the earthquake energy of the Earth. The moonquakes occur about 600 to 800 kilometers (370-500 miles) deep inside the Moon, much deeper than almost all the quakes on our own planet. Certain kinds of moonquakes occur at about the same time every month, suggesting that they are triggered by repeated tidal strains as the Moon moves in its orbits around the Earth.

    A picture of the inside of the Moon has slowly been put together from the records of thousands of moonquakes, meteorite impacts, and the deliberate impacts of discarded Apollo rocket stages onto the Moon. The Moon is not uniform inside, but is divided into a series of layers just as the Earth is, although the layers of the Earth and Moon are different. The outermost part of the Moon is a crust about 60 kilometers (37 miles) thick, probably composed of calcium-and aluminium-rich rocks like those found in the highlands. Beneath the crust is a thick layer of denser rock (the mantle) which extends down to more than 800 kilometers (500 miles).

    The deep interior of the Moon is still unknown. The Moon may contain a small iron core at its center, and there is some evidence that the Moon may be hot and even partly molten inside.
     
  20. Enmos Staff Member

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    :shrug:
    Are you just making this stuff up ?
     
  21. Read-Only Valued Senior Member

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    Obiviously. He has nothing to base it on other than his own imagination. (Which is rather poor to say the least.)
     
  22. Enmos Staff Member

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    If he would at least respond maybe we could talk some sense in to him lol
     
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