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Flat earth: a brief summary

The geomorphologic model has, by now, reached a more definite shape and the circle is closed. Although there is still, of course, a great deal to understand, it seems we were able to give a first rough description of the Earth on which we live. By writing this article, I’d like to make a brief summary of the considerations I have till now developed. Obviously, this is not a way to abandon the topic. I[…]

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South Atlantic Anomaly

When evaluating the Earth magnetic field, immediately the South Atlantic Anomaly becomes clear. Wikipedia describes it this way: The South Atlantic Anomaly (SAA) is an area where the Earth’s inner Van Allen radiation belt comes closest to the Earth‘s surface, dipping down to an altitude of 200 kilometers (120 mi). This leads to an increased flux of energetic particles in this region and exposes orbiting satellites to higher-than-usual levels of radiation. The effect is caused by the non-concentricity of the Earth and its magnetic dipole. The SAA is[…]

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The pillars of the earth

As usual, we are going to explore some new facets in the secret building of the earth. Today I want to consider the mantle and we will arrive to understand that pillars to sustain it are needed. Till now I have discussed the liquid layer they name, in a globe reference system, external nucleus. In a flat Earth model, I guess this layer to be full of salted water. The internal nucleus is a solid[…]

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A movement of waters

By writing this second article, I want to refine the pattern I gave to my starting hypothesis. I mean the magnetic field of the Earth generated by the subterranean waters.  I want to get further in the understanding of how the core of the earth engenders this magnetic field. A central tube in a container My starting model is a ferromagnetic tub keeping inside the waters and the whole Earth. This basin is a chamber[…]

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Waters at the origin of the magnetic field

Writing my last article – the one about the Earth’s deepness – I have just started a rather difficult mission. I’ll have to describe something I cannot see. Anyway, that’s true, seismography can partially help. This is a science describing the Earth as made up of many layers. Accordingly, there is a solid mantle, then the liquid external nucleus and a solid internal nucleus.  What about the magnetic earthly field? A dynamo effect due to[…]

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