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13 - The bowl construction of the earth

13.1 - Evaluation of the distances within the earth for n<11

All values which lie within the earth are picked out from the table of the distances from the extreme layers (table in chapter 12.2) for n < 11.

In the following table these values are to be found in the left column distance, sorted after size. In the column difference the distances are put down between two layers (their difference).
On a distance of 6,355.76 km there exist a total of 62 values. This proves a cut of 102.5 km per value.

All distances with a lower difference than the cut value are looked now. As to be seen, one can summarise these distances to areas. The distances which in an area lie, are marked in the table in the same colour.

From the distances of an area the average can be determined. This average is to be found in the column centre distance.

In the column depth still put down the accompanying distance by the earth surface.
It is worth:
depth = 6371Km – average distance
6371 Km is the middle earth radius as used in the astronomy and geophysics.

 

Distance Difference Centre distance Depth
upper mantle   6371 0
km km km km
       
6355,76      
  69,13    
6286,62      
  84,66 6258,40 113
6201,96      
  12,72    
6189,24      
  145,53    
6043,71      
  9,24 6039,09 332
6034,47      
  104,39    
5930,07      
  206,4    
       
Distance Difference Centre distance Depth
transition zone   5971 400
km km km km
       
5723,67      
  148,31    
5575,36      
  12,72 5569,00 802
5562,64      
  134,17    
5428,47      
  44,59 5406,17 965
5383,88      
  137,12    
       
Distance Difference Centre distance Depth
lower mantle   5371 1000
km km km km
       
5246,76      
  123,12    
5123,65      
  108,90    
5014,75      
  56,19 4986,65 1384
4958,56      
       
4848,00      
  65,57    
4782,43      
  8,50 4771,32 1600
4773,93      
  93,03    
4680,90      
  297,58    
4383,32      
  34,43 4366,10 2005
4348,88      
  214,35    
4134,54      
  62,40 4103,34 2268
4072,14      
  205,21    
3866,94      
  26,83    
3840,11      
  95,30    
3744,81   3775,92 2595
  19,05    
3725,76      
  23,77    
3702,00      
  115,16    
3586,84      
  23,02    
3563,82   3554,95 2816
  49,63    
3514,19      
  140,97    
       
Distance Difference Centre distance Depth
outer core   3471 2900
km km km km
       
3373,22      
  107,78    
3265,43      
  59,45 3235,71 3135
3205,98      
  151,97    
3054,02      
  95,52    
2958,50      
  42,63    
2915,87      
  283,23    
2632,64      
  47,55 2608,86 3762
2585,09      
  111,52    
2473,57      
  140,78    
2332,79      
  33,98 2315,80 4055
2298,81      
  162,79    
2136,02      
  6,04 2133,00 4238
2129,98      
  249,72    
1880,26      
  111,12    
1769,14      
  66,12    
1703,02      
  39,92    
1663,10      
  64,78 1611,43 4760
1598,32      
  97,93    
1500,39      
  65,76    
1434,63      
  275,72    
       
Distance Difference Centre distance Depth
inner core   1291 5080
km km km km
       
1158,91      
  74,99    
1083,92   1100,31 5271
  25,82    
1058,10      
  554,39    
503,71      
  76,15    
427,56      
  84,80    
342,76      
  60,19    
282,57   329,21 6042
  16,34    
266,24      
  8,80    
257,44      
  33,23    
224,21      

 

From the table arises:
All found averages establish the maximal possible stratification spectrum for n < 11.

If one puts down the found averages on a drawing with the bowls of the earth, the following picture 13.1 arises:
 
 Bowl construction of the earth
 
Illustration 13.1 - Bowl construction of the earth and magnetic stratifications for n<11
 
If one looks only at the distance values of the bowl construction and compares this to the next magnetic distance values, there arises the following table:
 
         
    centre distance Difference-Exactness  
         
    6371   upper mantle
    6355,76 15,24 Km - 0,24%  
         
    6039,09 68,01 Km - 1,07%  
    5971   transition zone
         
    5406,17 35,17 Km - 0,55%  
    5371   lower Mantel
         
    3554,95 83,95 Km - 1,32%  
    3471   outer core
         
    1291   inner core
    1100,31 190,69 Km - 3%  

 

 

13.2 - Evaluation of the distances within the earth for n<17

In the book a bigger exactness is reached because n, the number of the oscillations, is raised. The evaluation occurs for n <17

 

 

13.3 - Result

The following result can be derived from the previous considerations:
 

An oscillation structure forms the basis of the bowl construction of the earth

This oscillation structure stands in relation to the magnetic oscillation spectrum

i.e. the bowl distances, referred to the centre of the earth, are as a subset directly deducible from the magnetic distances

 

Because the bowl construction is deducible with enough exactness from an oscillation spectrum, can the purely geologic grounds for the bowls, by density differences of the concerning material and the effect of gravity and rotation not be entire - particularly as none of the concerning geologic models is able to calculate the bowl distances.
Because the bowl construction of the earth stands in relation to the magnetic oscillation spectrum, is a consequence, in connection with the magnetic angle considerations from
chapter 4 that all geologic earth models on pure tetrahedron-, octahedron, dodecahedron or icosahedron structure are based, only partial views of the complete oscillation structure explain, cannot be entire so. Also at the geologic level counts that all Platonic bodies are possible as oscillation figures. And with thus the contrary discussion has also become quite simply superfluous between the single polyhedron models.
 
If one takes into consideration that the material of the earth also disposes of (para/dia/ferro) magnetic qualities, the phenomenon of the bowl construction can be explained. At the beginning of the genesis of earth, with the forming of the geologic bowls, the magnetic oscillation system simply served as a crystallisation basis. And the magnetic layers prefers the borders between two material phases or seal(write) form(establish). This also signifies that the magnetic field exist since then the earth core exist.
Is to be found out that more magnetic oscillation layers than bowls exist. Either here the surrounding material is not in resonance with the magnetic layers, or there would have to be in the bowl construction of the earth even farther under bowls. This concerns especially the lower mantle and the outer like inner core.
Because certain layers of the earth inside are connected with frequency, so to electromagnetic activities, is a consequence which events or processes are afflicted in certain depths (volcanism, earthquake, plates tectonics) with frequency or electromagnetic signals.
Thus a change of the (magnetic) intensity would have to be registered in certain frequency responses as a mirror of the tectonic events. With thus the possibility of the magnetic registration of earthquake, volcanism and plates tectonics exists.
The behaviour of many animals before an earthquake would thereby also be explicable. As in
chapter 18 demonstrated, order a whole row of animals of a magnetic sense. Because the tectonic tensions produce magnetic correspondences, animals could perceive this and react to it.
 
Furthermore bigger metal aggregations, but also para- or dia-magnetic materials would lead, locally to distortion of the intensity of the (electro)magnetic field or the (electro)magnetic grids.
With it the possibility of the magnetic detection from (e.g. metallic) mineral resources exists. And also the possibility of detection from ducked submarines and subterranean bunkers and arrangements.
 
Because certain bowls of the earth inside are connected with frequencies, so to electromagnetic activities, an electromagnetic transmitter system can be constructed with which a certain bowl, directly with certain frequency is irradiated and is moved thus into oscillation. This would permit totally new measuring methods and also new possibilities for the geophysics.
And it would also contain the potential to generate earthquake artificially. Time apart from a military use, a controlled unloading of flat-tectonic tension areas would be possible and thereby a prevention of bigger quakes is realizable.
However, here a certain care would be compulsory there one (with the sufficient radiated energy amount) in the most true sense of the word, could shake the very foundations of this planet.

 

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