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Title: Why is Earth's axis tilted?
Post by: pasala on 15/08/2017 15:44:17
Friends
“Why Earth axis is tilt by 23.5 degrees”. 
It is true that Earth axis is not perpendicular and it is tilt by 23.5 degrees.  What makes or causes Earth to take or move away from perpendicular or straight shape.  For that Venus is tilt by 177 degrees and Uranus by 97 degrees.

It is true that Earth is dilating lot of energy into open area.  Due to the radiation caused by this energy, water particles are raising and are moving up to new height.  This, in turn leading to curvature of space time.  At this Curve there is huge concentration of energy.  Sun rays passing by this curve are bent. Sun rays creates pressure/force on the curvature of space time.  It leads to movement of energy and curvature works as a medium.  This movement in energy,  creates pressure/force on the Gravity field of Earth. EMF is developed.  In fact Earth is hooked by Gravity field.  So, even a small change in the energy at the Space time drags the Earth.
 
Here, total process is at the centre, where space time is curved.   

Suppose, if the curvature of space time is at the centre of the Earth, than its axis is perpendicular.  In case, if the curvature of space time deviates from equator, automatically Earth tilts to that side.  Once again, slowly it moves towards equator.

Generally both the ends of the planet start cooling.  This is the reason for the formation of curvature at the centre of the Planet.  At times, for any reason, if the planet start cooling from sides, then space time curve is formed or developed in opposite direction.  This is what happening in the case of Venus and Uranus.

Whether a planet is tilt or not, but at any time, curvature of the space time is focused towards Sun rays. Curvature of the space time  and the Planet cannot go differently.

 
Yours
Psreddy
Title: Re: Why is Earth's axis tilted?
Post by: Ophiolite on 16/08/2017 18:30:07
That's certainly imaginative, but it's not science.

The Earth's axis is tilted as the net effect of the angular momentum of the material it was formed from, the impacts it received and gravitational interaction with the sun, moon and other planets.

I recommend you read a little further on space-time. You don't quite have it mastered yet.
Title: Re: Why is Earth's axis tilted?
Post by: pasala on 20/08/2017 17:33:25
 Mr Ophiolite
Well, thank you.  Yes, of course it is imaginative only.  Total theory "how gravity works" is based on a simple incident that happened in my early life. It is true and i also accept that i had not mastered space time. 

During my school days, if the teacher performs any practical test, i use to counter them.  For example, to show how things need of oxygen to burn.  He lights a candle, closes it by a glass and when the fire puts off, he explains how things need of oxygen to burn.  But, here my mind never accepted it.  In my view the glass is coming in between and it is turning out as an obstruction.  When i had started arguing, teachers explained with different examples.  Finally, i told them that "oxygen my burn, it does not mean or matter that it aids burning of things".  Burning is a different activity and oxygen has nothing to do with that.  It is unbelievable, yet it is  true that "Gravity aids burning of things".  This is the reason, if we move to high gravity area to low gravity area, automatically fire diminishes.  For that if we go to Moon, where gravity is weak, things may not burn as it is on the Earth.

Yes, this is purely imaginative and it is very difficult to prove.  In my view, science could not achieve any break through on "fire" is due to this simple wrong notion only.  I may be correct, or not time will decide.

Right from the starting i had developed special interest on explosion of things.  It is true that small grenade 100 to 200 grams when exploded releases huge energy.  Where this energy is stored.
01   If this energy is stored inside the TNT, then how it is in stable condition.
02   Total process starts only after explosion.
03   It is true that energy possessed by TNT is very, very small.
04   In normal conditions, it has no capacity to make wonders.

Here, we have to remember one important point that total process starts only after explosion.  It start drawing or joins the energy in the open area and multiplies.

For that any explosion varies according to Gravity.

This is also purely imaginative and it is very difficult to prove.  In my view, science could not achieve any break through on "explosion" is due to this simple wrong notion only.  I may be correct, or not time will decide.

Yours
Psreddy

Title: Re: Why is Earth's axis tilted?
Post by: pasala on 09/09/2017 16:57:59

"That's certainly imaginative, but it's not science.

The Earth's axis is tilted as the net effect of the angular momentum of the material it was formed from, the impacts it received and gravitational interaction with the sun, moon and other planets.

I recommend you read a little further on space-time. You don't quite have it mastered yet".

Yes, tilt of Earth axis is due to gravitational inter-action with Sun gravity only.  The Curvature of space time is not created/developed in a perpendicular way.  Sun gravity has no capacity to create this curvature and it only moves Earth by this tilt.

Yours
Psreddy
Title: Re: Why is Earth's axis tilted?
Post by: Petrochemicals on 09/09/2017 21:38:55
Its not the tilt that gets me, its the tilt while in a linear plane with all the other planets. Neptune is 90 degrees, so why should you see  any great difference in the orbital plane afler inpact of a meteor ( 1 gj inpacing 1 gj at an angle of 90degrees  would give the 45 degree  of double earth without moving the orbital plane), what bothers me is why the orbital plane is still so uniform ?

If angular momentum in straight line space tilts the earth  why only our humble selves and neptune and none of the others?  Sideways gravity shot out from the sun
Title: Re: Why is Earth's axis tilted?
Post by: pasala on 17/09/2017 16:15:12
Mr petrochemical

You put so many questions.  It is true that we are sending satellites into the outer space.  Suppose one of the satellites, after reaching outer space, fuel is exhausted. What happens? It takes path like Earth and start rotating Sun.  As long as the satellite is in Earth’s orbit, it carried weight, and now how it lost its weight and why should it take path round the Sun.  Suppose if the satellite is having sufficient fuel, we can move it to any place and the Satellite deviate from the path and start working according to our instructions.

I had already discussed about “Energy base” in ‘how gravity works’.  After Big bang, almost all the planets, including Sun have dilated lot of energy into open area and it started spreading to wide area.  It is true that even now Sun is dilating lot of energy into outer space and it is simply maintaining existing “Energy base”.    Sun is dilating lot of energy into all sides and as Sun is moving, the spread or width of “Energy base” is reduced.  All the planets which fell into this “Energy base” lost weight and started moving in a line.

As long as the satellite is on Earth it carried hundreds of Kgs weight, but when it reaches outer space it is loosing weight. How it is happening. 

“Same thing that is giving weight to the Satellite is also throwing it to weightless condition”.

We are having similar “Energy base” on this Earth and it is undergoing lot of pressure/force due to climate and in turn it is giving weight to the satellite and which we are calling it as “Gravity”.
Energy in the outer space is not present with any pressure or force.  When satellite enters outer space, it already lost its weight and energy in the open area gets it into its control and satellite start moving according to movement of Sun energy. 

Almost all the planets, including our Earth are having curvature of space time.  This curvature gives balance to the planet.  Whether a planet is perpendicular or tilt is decided by this curvature only.

Yours
Psreddy


Title: Re: Why is Earth's axis tilted?
Post by: Petrochemicals on 18/09/2017 00:39:34
Nope a satelite will keep going unless anything stops it ! That would be the energy required to resist the gravitational pull of the sun. Or kenetic energy that it gained, the greatest effort was pulling away from the earth opposite to the sun.
Title: Re: Why is Earth's axis tilted?
Post by: Kryptid on 19/09/2017 05:32:28
I wouldn't be surprised if the Theia impact had a lot to do with the Earth's tilt. Something the size of Mars hitting a planet is going to have a quite a strong effect on it.
Title: Re: Why is Earth's axis tilted?
Post by: pasala on 28/09/2017 08:31:42
Mr petrochemical

Curvature of space time is created or developed according to the conditions of the planet.  Suppose if the Curvature is at the middle of the planet, there is no chance of tilt.  For that this curvature of the space time is not permanent and it moves up and down and accordingly planet tilts. But these changes are in longer period only.

Yours
Psreddy