This research shows that our planet was not created in a single event but likely
evolved through gaseous stages similar to the gas planets in our Solar System. Our
Earth may have emerged as a tiny rocky sphere from the centre of a Jupiter-like planet
which was losing its hydrogen and helium envelope.
It suggests that all planets gradually get pulled closer and closer to the central
body (in our case - the Sun) and eventually get destroyed, or fired off into space,
by the effects of a gravitational tide.
This study suggests that planets add mass and continue to grow in size by the diffusion
of energetic ions at the polar areas; negatively charged ones at the aurora borealis
and positively charged ones at the aurora australis. These ions penetrate the crust
at these points and diffuse through the mantle area where they lose energy and eventually
combine to form compounds. In doing so - they produce an exothermic heat of formation.
It is likely that the accumulative effect of this heat is responsible for the maintenance
of high temperatures within the mantle and the hydrostatic pressures which continually
increase to regularly power volcanic activity, tectonics and crustal strain.
By this process our planet may have increased its size considerably from a humble
beginning, perhaps the size of Ceres, the planetesimal between Mars and Jupiter.
My first small Earth Model was to determine the definitive positioning of the continents
of a globe map - if they were all removed and pasted onto a smaller diameter sphere
in such a way as to fit together as a mosaic. Much trial and error was involved in
this but it led to a 50% diameter model - which describes the Super-continent Pangaea
as the entire integument of a smaller Earth.
Where two given continents were originally attached to each other, on a suture, a
symmetry of geology and topography between them is clearly evident.
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The positions of the Earth’s landmasses, relative to each other on a smaller sphere
are given in detail. The geology and geography which confirms this definitive model
is documented. The model resolves the true positions of Australia and Antarctica