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SFMA are you saying that the centre of mass is the point to which everything is attracted?
Quote from: sophiecentaur on 02/06/2008 14:07:07Why water? Of the four basic elements Earth, Water, Air and Fire only the wateris dependent from the others. Earth can't survive without water, air has water elements and fire can't survive without the air. Alchemists even calim that water is the essence of fire. It's quite natural that's in the perpetual centre would be dependent from others. The rest would be dependent on it that is normal.
The hexagonal structure is justified because experiments and calculations have revealed it to be the stable structure adopted by iron under high pressure and temperature.My propositon is at the very inmost of the inner core, the last thing at the very bottom is water.
The idea of water at the core has not been shown to have merrit. And should water ever reach the core in sufficient quantity it would cause a spectacular eruption.
Earlier today a colleague of mine was bemoaning the fact that the word "quintessentially" was grossly overused. I asked why the other 4 essences (or elements) didn't get the same attention.I'm now happy to say that this story of the 4 elements is quintessentially nonsense.(Sophie, is that far enough from reasoning?)
Quoting CNN as the source of all truth generally gets you laughed at, but to do so where it plainly proves you are wrong (please note iron isn't the same as water) is even funnier.Thanks for that, I needed a good giggle.
Should water ever reach the core in sufficient quantity it would cause a spectacular eruption.
And I'm afraid I have no real idea what"Water can solidified to a rock state but still it maximum density does not occur." means. Water ...the maximum density does not occur when solidified even at rock level.Incidentally, there seems to be general agreement that there is hot iron down in the earth's core.Since hot iron reacts chemically with water I'm pretty sure that there's no water.Still, that's only reallity talking an reallity doesn't seem to have much to do with this thread.
It's been released from the molten subterranean magma itself.
Consider this recent discovery they found water from the molten magma. New news from Kilauea: "Never been seen before"by: Bill Harbyposted: Wed Mar 26, 2008 at 05:24 PM We always knew Hawaii volcanoes were unprecedented.Hawaiian Volcano Observatory geologists have been analyzing the steam and gas plume thatís been gushing from Halemaumau crater at the summit of Kilauea since March 11th. They've found something they didnít expect: the H2O in their test tubes is not from ground water. It's been released from the molten subterranean magma itself.Theyíre calling it ďjuvenile water,Ē and itís never been seen before anywhere on the planet, says Jim Kauahikaua, chief scientist.
Nuclear fusion: Force two atoms together, hydrogen and indeed oxygen closer together to create fusion The immense pressure under the earth would suffice to force them close enough. It may ultimately be found that hydrogen and oxygen cannot exist very close together. The Hot ice shows that even at relatively low pressure the familiar water state is not observed.
So any ďspare hydrogen is married with spare oxygen the very instant they arrive
"So what has happened to this water vapour? Obviously it has atomised and the atoms from it have dissipated."Nonsense. The stuf coming out of the back of a rocket is hot so any water there is a vapour. The vapour (and remember that like most gases, it's invisible) just flys away into space.Here on earth the atmosphere cools that vapour and makes it condense into tiny droplets which we can see.There would need to be some huge energy source to break the bonds between the atoms that make up the water molecules- and there isn't one so they don't dissociate.- of course, under bombardment fron the sun's radiation they will disociate in time.As for the nclear fusion idea there is a clear problem.The sun is a lot hotter than the centre of the earth. It's also a lot bigger so the pressure in the middle is much higher.Even the sun only does nuclear fusion very slowly- it has been at it for billions of years and has billions more to go.At the much lower temperatures and pressures in the earth's core the rate of fusion would be too small to observe- never mind explosive.Any oxygen in the deep core would react with iron.
There would need to be some huge energy source to break the bonds between the atoms that make up the water molecules- and there isn't one so they don't dissociate.- of course, under bombardment fron the sun's radiation they will disociate in time.
Water is a source of electric currents
SophieC mentioned water droplets I said I don’t believe it.
May I remind you that I have added some very important experiments to science by thinking of ways to demonstrate how solutes alter flow in fluids using gravity.
If the pressure can do this maybe it can produce some of the many different materials found on earth also by fusing them together?
So I am assuming that the water is decomposed.