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It's author has never written a book...The author readily admits he has only a basic knowledge of the subject matter...for reasons I do not understand, my hugely insignificant brain put together a series of thought processes ...and to be perfectly honest, thousands of individuals far more qualified than myself...For the past two hundred years the very foundation upon which much of today's Science was developed has been seriously flawed.
Chips, if you read the acceptable use policy (AUP) you'll find that titles of new threads should be formulated as questions. The title was changed to reflect that.
Quote from: peppercorn on 18/01/2011 20:42:58Chips, if you read the acceptable use policy (AUP) you'll find that titles of new threads should be formulated as questions. The title was changed to reflect that.Ok - I get that. Thanks for the explanation.'Are you interested in this theory?' would be better.
Saturn?Jupiter?What about the big planets?I believe that both Saturn and Jupiter are growing. While Earth can't hold onto Helium, Jupiter will pick up any stray helium molecules that happen to fall into its gravity well. However, to do so it had to start with a larger gravity well than Earth.Keep in mind that nothing is flat. So, say an asteroid created the 2000km Valles Marineris on Mars, either the trench would have a variable depth (deeper in the middle), or the asteroid had succumbed to Martian gravity, in which case there would be no escape. You would also expect it to loose tremendous amounts of material. If the valley is 100km wide, how big was the asteroid?What was this rambling asteroid made of?
Likewise, the great deserts aren't created by an event that happened a billion years ago, but rather the local weather patterns which are influenced by where they are located on the globe.For example, if you look at Google Earth, you will notice that the "Great Deserts" are not at the equator, but rather at the Tropic of Cancer and to a lesser extent the Tropic of Capricorn. In fact, the equator is where the rainforests are located. I believe the weather patterns are complicated, but it has to do with low pressure zones forming over the equator, causing winds to pick up moisture from the areas around the Tropic of Cancer and Tropic of Capricorn and dump it over the equator.
Science is all about questioning perceived reality, right?Chips.