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« on: 20/09/2007 16:25:07 »
Planets' Formation process from heavy and light atom-nuclear gaseous masses, to various sizes planetary bodies very interesting. They undergo different geoevolutions.
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       Planetary bodies of small sizes have little average density. This is closely connected with low-level density of masses into them. Planetary bodies of Earth group are characterized by higher average density. Their masses into physical centre and around inner metals nucleus have high level of density. Letís call them planetary bodies of average sizes. Mercury is the other topic. Itís known four planetary bodies of giant sizes in our star system.  Giants have almost same average density of not visible nucleuses as Earth group.
      During the geoevolution spacebodies of giant sizes donít lose volcanic gases, because of their giant gravitation. These giant spacebodies add the gas masses lost by Sun. Spacebodies of average sizes loss the much of light gas masses at the initial gaseous stage of geoevolution. Parallel with cooling process, lossing of gases by these bodies slowly finished. Because formed very thin atmosphere. Small spacebodies because of their insignificant gravitation canít detain volcanic gases and they donít have atmosphere.
The Giants geospherical construction is resemblance with Earth geospheres. The main difference is in geospherical sizes, of course. Into the metals nucleus of   giants metals are in solid condition.
            Small spacebodies differ from each other by geospherical structure as well. There are bodies with already finished geoevolution, so that liquid B and E layers donít exist into them. Layers have become to solid conditions. There are also few spacebodies, its geoevolution is coming
to an end. There are only B layer in liquid conditions. Layer E doesnít exist any more. There are the small spacebodies, with liquid E and B geolayers too.
LAW OF  INCRESCENT
(Second law of Cosmogeology)
VOLUME  OF  ALL  SPACEBODIES,  ARE  INCREASING DURING  GEOEVOLUTION,   FROM  LIQUID   TO   THE  SOLID   CONDITIONS.
 Moon has already finished its geoevolution. Because there are not crust quakes, subduction  zones, volcano eruptions, interaction of crust tiles, mountains growth, -EB- geotransfers (event)...  impossible...
The Earth is space body. Second law of Cosmogeology is law for Earth too, but it is a lot of permanent tragedy (event) for own alive world... I'm very sorry...  Who agree, you can support me in your future investigations.

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« Reply #1 on: 21/09/2007 23:28:34 »
Please do not take offense I suspect english may not be your first language, but the order you place words in tends to give them meaning specific to a particular subject.
I could not understand your point and i do not think that you thought about that which i wrote, i suspect a knee jerk responce
Please take what I wrote and look at it as a sequence of events starting with a cloud of cosmic debris composed of many different types of matter in various states being bombarded by high order radiation and into this mix the products of the interaction of the various states of matter and the interaction of the matter and the energy.
Now add the natural forces involved during this type of event.
Create a model and changes its state repeatedly using different factors understanding of course that this would not only be an event physiche but also a quantum event.
As to the laws quoted I would represent that Physical laws are subject to precedence and when all of the known physical laws interact as they would have done during an event of this magnitude the boundaries set by these laws would be elastic
 

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« Reply #2 on: 23/09/2007 04:12:52 »
Cosmogeologist have sent the new cosmogeologycal theory for macrocosmologist .(attach file)
Copy for Soul Surfer;(attach file)
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   Dubious is future of the mankind.
   Dubious small message for you, because You don't know anything about my theory. www.cosmogeology.ge 
FIRST LAW OF COSMOGEOLOGY
(LAW OF GEOEVOLUTION)
-  Every spacebody has four main phases of geoevolution.
1.  Gaseous stage. - The whole mass of body consists of red-hot gas, which becomes liquid little      by little.
2. Liquid stage. Ė The whole mass of the body is in the liquid condition; only the inner nucleus of the heavy metals can be solid.
3. Mixed stage. Ė The body has formed the all nine geolayers.
4.Solid stage. Ė The All nine geolayers are in the solid condition and its geoevolution is over. Impossible EB geotransfer, volcano eruption and crustquake.

 


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« Reply #3 on: 24/09/2007 10:44:27 »
I have skimmed through the document and find it completely unscientific  it consists entirely of a theory that is very different to mainstream theories without any proper analysis of physical evidence to support it.  If you wish to convince scientists you have to match the theory to the evidence that you present from open sources.

The work reminds me very much of stuff published in the 1950s by  the noted crank Immanuel Velotovsky who believed that Venus entered the solar system from outside during recorded history and caused the plagues of Egypt mentioned in the Bible and is about as valid!
 

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« Reply #4 on: 24/09/2007 16:15:46 »
FUTURE ALWAYS IS JUDGE!
 

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« Reply #5 on: 25/09/2007 19:49:14 »
FUTURE ALWAYS IS JUDGE!
I've looked at your site.
Sometimes the present can also be a judge.
 

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« Reply #6 on: 26/09/2007 14:14:15 »
You are right!
I have sent for you new theory as the gift.(attach file)
 

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