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Source of Earth´s Core Heat?

 
Anonymous Coward
01/13/2005 11:15 AM
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Source of Earth´s Core Heat?
No one really knows for sure the source of the Earth´s core heat (or if it is increasing/decreasing/steady) and this could be the clue as to when and how magnetism and gravity work and when the poles could shift.

Why is it that we can send a rocket into space 63 million miles away to blow up an asteroid but we cannot find out how the core heats.

I wonder if we already know but the solution is free energy and would destroy our precious economy so instead we kill anyone who might know, hence Dr. Mallove and others.
Anonymous Coward
12/08/2005 10:11 AM
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So where dooes the heat come from?

So far we have seen three ideas I think.

Residual compression heat from the original formation of the Earth. However I have read somewhere that it would have taken only a few (2-3) billion years for the Earth to cool, when looking at the normal physical relationships.

Another idea is the nucleair core of the Earth, ( [link to geology.about.com] but nuclear engineers who know how critical parameters of nuclear reactors are, usually strongly oppose this idea. Although random natural radioactive decay of elements would generate some heat througout the inner earth, slowing down the cooling process, it is doubtfull if that could amount to retain such a tremendous heat.

Then there seem to be some crackpot view with vibrations and vortices.

Now, what generates heat in nature other than chemical and nuclear processes? Compression and friction for instance. Now, the mentioned causes seem not sufficient to retain so much heat. We may have to add another unaddressed heat source: friction!
Anonymous Coward
12/08/2005 10:11 AM
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I think the sun is where it gets it´s heat from & that is why we see so many changes everytime the sun starts going crazy with CME.
Anonymous Coward
12/08/2005 10:11 AM
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I cannot see the sun heating the core if the surface is not on fire as well, but I see the core creating the magnetic field which gives us a biosphere type environment.

If we had any data on the heat of the core then you could trend but since we do not then we are in the dark, only theory exsists, and magnetism and gravity are important clues I feel.
Kunda
12/08/2005 10:11 AM
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I like the crackpot view. My simple mind & empathic senses feel that the earth has been absorbing years & years & years of OUR anger,fear,abuse & neglect.

She (Mother Earth) is an extension of all her inhabitants.

Maybe it is time to return to honoring the earth? Time to conciously focus on healing ourselves through her.

Feet firmly planted in dirt
Kunda
Nerak
12/08/2005 10:11 AM
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"That means, the presence of a Heat Source exists right now that does not "normally" exist" Just because we haven´t incountered it before doesn´t not mean it not a normal Universal force. We must remember we have been observing for but a bink of Universal time. Now that doesn´t mean it couldn´t be quite serious for our little rock. I think the Maya and others knew it quite well.
Nerak
12/08/2005 10:11 AM
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The core could be heating are even going through death throws{ hopefully taking millioms of years}. That would explan the decrease in our magnetic field and maybe even changing weather patterns. No scientic have made that conections by I still think it could be interrelated, through changes in rotations and jet stream patterns.
Anonymous Coward
12/08/2005 10:11 AM
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vibrations and vortices it is then

´crackpot´ is sciencespeak for the truth

in mainstream scientist´s view, denigration will keep people from looking at the truth, but they have to say it, so that they can say they said it.

Why can´t scientists be honest enough to show that these are realities that they don´t fully comprehend

well, anyways, whenever they have to preface something negatively, it´s a clue that it is something that science isn´t necessary to understand, it´s something that anyone can do and scientists would then be out of a religion to hoodwink people with

All of the ´absolute´ scientific theories have holes in them once they go and start collecting data, this is known. The theories that are followed to the exclusion of crackpot ones are the ones that are prohibitively expensive for average people and also are Earth-invasive or Nature-ignorant.
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If an X-ray can see through you, how solid are you really?
Anonymous Coward
12/08/2005 10:11 AM
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Metaphysics -

Planet Earth supposedly has a core crystal in the center of the Earth - beneath the Great Pyramid - the major grid point - center - of planet Earth. It functions much the same way as a central computer. It is was programmed by Tehuti - or Thoth - after the Atlantean Program ended and the Egyptian Program began.

This is the supposedly the master crystal which set up the planetary grids that create our reality. The grids hold all of the history of the program in which we experience. We sometimes refer to this crystal as the Hall of Records - the Akashic Records - or the collective unconsciousness. Some people believe it exists in another frequency.

Sound crazy, listen to this;

"A Seismic Adventure
There´s a giant crystal buried deep within the Earth, at the very center, more than 3,000 miles down. It may sound like the latest fantasy adventure game or a new Indiana Jones movie, but it happens to be what scientists discovered in 1995 with a sophisticated computer model of Earth´s inner core. This remarkable finding, which offers plausible solutions to some perplexing geophysical puzzles, is transforming what Earth scientists think about the most remote part of our planet."

[link to www.psc.edu]
Nerak
12/08/2005 10:11 AM
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All I know is we know far less than we pretent to.
Kunda
12/08/2005 10:11 AM
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So true, Nerak, so true

Peace
Kunda
Chuckie
12/08/2005 10:11 AM
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I thought we decided that the suns proton flow over the magnetic field of the earth produced an energy flow into the core by way of the magnetic poles. So the suns increased output was causing an increase in the internal energy of the earth, which is manifest as eq´s and volcanic activity. The suns output also causes storms on the surface of the earth. Basically global warming is a direct result of solar activity, which makes our puny efforts to stop global warming by changing the propellent in a can of deodorant seem ludicris.
Anonymous Coward
12/08/2005 10:11 AM
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You da´ man Chuckie!
BuRn
12/08/2005 10:11 AM
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sigh
Anonymous Coward
12/08/2005 10:11 AM
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These people are demented even by GLP standards.
BuRn
12/08/2005 10:11 AM
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Indeed. I didn´t want to mention it and waste my energy typing comment on it

DUH
Anonymous Coward
12/08/2005 10:11 AM
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Thoth was Enoch and his forray into the bible was so controversial that they chose to go from Adam right past Enoch, makes the beginning of the bible a little lacking until you put the book of Enoch back in, the manuscript was found in Ethiopia and within the Dead Sea Scrolls.

Many secrets are included in this apocrphical book.
Nerak
12/08/2005 10:11 AM
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Well of tring to undrestand why their world is being rocked is demented. I don´t think you undrestand the meaning of demented.
Anonymous Coward
12/08/2005 10:11 AM
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The crazy people are the one´s that lead the way to the new day. If you choose to neglect the fact that we have no idea whatsoever about the inner workings of our own planet then it´s your ignorance that is demented not my attempts at solutions.

I....sigh....for you.
Anonymous Coward
12/08/2005 10:11 AM
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Trying to understand physical phenomena is not in itself demented, obviously. Ignoramuses and crackpots who blather endlessly about matters of which they know less than my cat does--such people are demented.
Anonymous Coward
12/08/2005 10:11 AM
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AC 1:16, it´s obvious that you "have no idea whatsoever about the inner workings of our own planet"--and about a great many other things as well. This doesn´t mean that everyone is equally ignorant.
Anonymous Coward
12/08/2005 10:11 AM
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Idol could have told you, but she´s gone.

I would guess that the tectonic plates were thin and light in earlier times, and now they seem to be getting thick and heavy. This means the earth is losing heat, and the heat in the earth´s core must have been there at the beginning of the earth´s creation. The heat apparently resulted from small particles gravitating toward a center, and the process of colliding and compressing created heat through friction.


Additional evidence is in the observation that planets which are farther away from the sun are losing heat faster than they are acquiring it from the sun. They apparently acquired their heat during their creation.


Heat in the core of planets cannot be entirely due to nuclear reactions, because that source would require a gradual build-up rather than a gradual loss of heat. However, nuclear reactions could be occurring in the core, because heat and pressure should promote them. But then they must be producing heat at a lower rate than it is being lost through radiation into space. Otherwise, there would not be the observed cool-down.
RedDawn
12/08/2005 10:11 AM
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We still don´t even know half of what resides in our oceans!
Nerak
12/08/2005 10:11 AM
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Then what happened to Mars and could it be happening to Earth?
Anonymous Coward
12/08/2005 10:11 AM
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A/C 1:20,

I am all ears, the point is that there is not a living soul marching the Earth today that can answer it, all we have is conjecture. Add to the exsisting theory or create your own, that is the creative process and all you are giving is less than nothing, you are a hindrance, a pain in the pathway to progress. Good day sir.
BuRn
12/08/2005 10:11 AM
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To Anonymous Coward
1/13/2005
1:16 pm EST and all people talking about the Inner Heat of our planet :

Where did you hear that there is actually very little known on where the heat come from? Did you study it, did you read some books on it? Or did you get your info on another forum?

Man, first get educated, then come with some good suppositions.

1. Friction : Inner heat can NOT be caused by friction. And what friction are you talking about??? If it is the friction of the outer shell with the inner core, we should feel more heat on the surface than there would be dissipated to the core (the crust is only a couple of kilometers of thickness you know

2. Nuclear activity : Is possible

3. Nuclear combined with chemical activity : Is possible

4. Molten Iron Core, remainder of the beginning years of earth : I think this is very possible

And now I´m off going to look for some real info on this subject
Anonymous Coward
12/08/2005 10:11 AM
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A/C 1:21,

I would counter with the point that the planets are indeed all in a warming cycle presently and we do not understand the mechanism at work here. So to say that they are cooling is probably not accurate though some other force could be at work here. It is perhaps as Maxwell says:

It is from the nth dimension.
Anonymous Coward
12/08/2005 10:11 AM
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The non-science that occurs on this forum astounds me. But then this forum exists for people to enjoy panic and paranoia. The source of the heat in the earth´s core is heat is there because it´s been there since the Earth formed and just hasn´t had time to dissipate. Plus new heat is continually generated by the decay of radioactive elements in the Earth core.

Earth is able to disspiate some of this heat into space but the rate is slow enough that we still have lots of heat to get rid off.
Anonymous Coward
12/08/2005 10:11 AM
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There is no mystery about the source of Earth´s internal heat. It´s radioactivity. This was known long before I was born.

Ignoramuses always seem to assume that everyone is an ignoramus.
BuRn
12/08/2005 10:11 AM
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Uh,

And something from school just jumped into my mind :

What else besides friction, fire, etc... causes heat? Right : Pressure. How many tons of pressure there is do you think on a depth of 80 to 90 kilometers? And then calculate which heat this can cause. Hmmmm...
Nerak
12/08/2005 10:11 AM
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Well you seem to know more than the scientific community, because they still have many questions. You know questionimg is the best way to learn. Sorta like the Earth is flat thingy.