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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asthenosphere

The Earth’s unreachable deepness

After an extensive search around the Earth and its celestial vault, the stars, the sun, and the moon, time is coming to inquire about the inner parts of the deepness we are living upon, the earth’s underground. I’ve delayed as much as possible to face this subject. It seemed to me rather hard to describe what we cannot see and measure. When I had to express about the dome or the sun, things were different.[…]

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rotation speed

About Coriolis again

By writing this article I want to give some more accurate calculation of the Coriolis acceleration on the Globe. I would like to prove, this way, that you cannot detect Coriolis on Earth because the planet is not spinning. I want to check an affirmation I made time ago. It’s about an airplane taking off from the north pole and from there flying toward the equator in an exclusively south direction. While keeping its speed[…]

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How the ether vortex is formed

There’s a vortex of ether that, rotating around the Earth, moves the sun, the moon and the planets. There is also a secondary vertical wind. It is the one constituting the gravity force. Such vortexes, however, do not  move the dome. This gets clear when you consider the speed of the dome and you compare it with the speed of the vortexes. The dome rotates faster than that speed, one degree per day, without considering[…]

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