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When All You Have to Rely on is Uncertainty

January 8, 2013

Earth CoreSo let’s just say the Earth’s inner core has an entropic black hole at the center. As I have said before, black holes have mass, carry a charge and have angular momentum (spin).

The Earth weighs approx. 6x10e24 kg (I guess that is without the billions of tons of dark matter orbiting through it, since it only weakly interacts) and the inner core is thought to weigh 1.8% of that or approx. 1.2x10e23 kg. If you plug that into your handy black hole calculator (I have not checked their math yet…) you get a radius of: 7 INCHES or 17.8 CENTIMETERS. The surface would also be very cold, around 0.001 K.

You see just like all of us, black holes have their shortcomings, but God accepts us all as we are and dark matter appears to be his energetic and steady servant. As much as that tiny little 14 inch diameter ball at the center of the Earth would like to suck everything in around him, he suffers from indigestion. As he shreds matter at his surface he creates an accretion disk and nuclear bubble around him full of energy and particles shaped by the magnetic fields he creates due to all of the charged particles and his spin. I believe many of these particles are also entropic particles that orbit back out of the surface of the earth at the poles and help protect us from incoming cosmic rays. His jets are our auroras.

He will have a vicious entropic nuclear lock on his surroundings through the intense flux on all matter close to him, which will trigger fission and fusion and transmutations close by to the inner core. It also appears that a cone is formed in the core from the additional entropic flux with the moon. This cone rotates around the core and has been measured. This cone makes sense if you believe the inner core has an extremely small entropic black hole at the center of the base of that cone. In a co-dependent way, the Moon might help stabilize the Earth in its rotation, else we all might get very dizzy…

One of the researchers commented:

“I still find it remarkable that we can look to distant quasars to get insights into the deep interior of our planet”

Supercomputer model of the magnetic field lines inEarth's core. (Gary Glatzmaier)

Supercomputer model of the magnetic field lines in
Earth’s core. (Gary Glatzmaier)

If he would only realize they ARE THE SAME ANIMAL AT THE CORE, he would have his answer. In short, Geologists need to study more astrophysics, astrophysicists need to study more geology and we need to restart with meteorology all together, since gasses in a container just want to disperse and sit there and that is NOT what we experience.

So we will accept our black hole Earth just as she is and do our best to take care of the beta decay crust we live in and are made from. Our atmosphere is also very fragile and could be lost very quickly if we ever lose that magnetic field and harmful cosmic rays were to bombard our atmosphere. Of course another large orbiting particle might also do the same. I am glad the Earth has a means of recharging her batteries through coalescence, I just wish it did not have the side affect of hurricanes and earthquakes.

So let’s count our blessings and realize the uncertainty we are riding on is the only certain thing we have.


Copyright 2012 Stewart D. Simonson All Rights Reserved

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