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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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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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