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My geological researches indicate that, approximately one hundred and eighty million years ago (180 mya), there was a huge thermonuclear explosion in the Earth's core. This explosion is continuing, with it's heat coming ever closer to the surface. From its beginnings, 4600 mya, to 180 mya, the Earth cooled and contracted. As it cooled and contracted, it hardened progressively, from the outside inwards ... and pressures and heat built up within the plasma-core until finally, 180 mya, critical levels were reached and a tremendous thermonuclear explosion ensued. Since then, the Earth has been expanding rapidly.
Before the explosion, all land was joined together in one land mass, but the explosive expansion of the core caused fissures to open up in the cold upper mantle ... and molten matter was forced up to the surface, forming ocean floors and delivering huge quantities of steam to create ocean waters. The pre-180 mya land-mass was torn apart to form the early continents ... and the deep oceans started to form. Magnetic surveys have confirmed that every vestige of Earth's ocean and deep-sea floors have been formed since 180 million years ago. Shallow continental waters existed at various times, prior to 180 mya, but no deep oceans or seas existed before the core-explosion took place.
Many geologists recognise the weight of evidence in favour of an expanding-Earth scenario but the implications of the scenario have not been fully developed. Many geologists become immersed in their specialities and they tend to neglect the implications of geological discovery for mankind generally.
The tremendous upsurge of volcanism, from two million years ago to the present, is due to the core-explosion. The whole mantle is being heated and expanded by the core-explosion ... and great magma flows are erupting and spurting at the deep-ocean construction ridges, and from the volcanoes of plate subduction zones. As the rapidly forming new Pacific ocean crust thrusts up and away from the ocean ridges, the Pacific tectonic plates push against the Asian and American coasts and partly subduct beneath them. As a consequence, virtually the whole of the Pacific 'rim of fire' is experiencing aggressive volcanic activity.
It seems odd that, as the Earth's mantle heats up, the lower atmosphere cools down. This is due to the deinsolating effect of the stratospheric veil, which hangs suspended at 15 to 30 kilometres altitude in a wind-free, rain-free state. The deinsolating effect of the veil is due mainly to very fine particles of volcanic dust and to tiny aerosols of water-diluted sulphurous acid. The Pinatubo eruption has added substantially to the deinsolation characteristics of the veil. Pinatubo's sulphur dioxide emissions (which, with its steam, form the sulphurous aerosols) were huge. It is noteworthy that the deinsolation veil is at a much greater altitude than the heavier Greenhouse gases and, accordingly, the veil's cooling effect dominates over the Greenhouse warming effect. As the exploding core causes continuing and increasing volcanism, we may anticipate colder global conditions until the surface itself heats up.
The tendency of gases and plasmas to diffuse, and the integrality of temperature and pressure, are very significant when one mulls over the fact that the universe is a gas and plasma universe. The nuclear core-explosion, and man-induced nuclear explosions, are all gas/plasma phenomena ... and, of course, atmospheric and climatic phenomena are also gaseous phenomena. The behaviour, of gases and plasmas, provides evidence of the universality of entropy ... that is, confirmation of the second law of thermodynamics ... the tendency for energy to lose usefulness progressively and to become increasingly more random.
Pure mathematics has contributed to the network, with the theories of Cantor, and others, on transfinity. Transfinity theory indicates that time-space phenomena are a subset of the actual infinite. As time-space finity is a subset, we may be rationally convinced that all it's actualities are contained within the infinite mainset ... and that life and individuality are infinite and eternal.
Biology also provides useful 'jigsaw pieces' in solving the overall puzzle. It seems that all our knowledge and thinking is bio-encoded ... and that, in the time-space subset, we are trapped within limitations imposed by the necessities of survival biology. We may now perceive ourselves as transfinite 40 beings, which are striving to escape from finite body constraints.
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