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Earth’s Two Cores

earthAfter reading an article in the Huffington Post about the earth’s recently discovered two cores, the missing facts in the article bugged me for hours. There was so much more they could have said! To this day, most people still don’t understand how the energy flows through the earth, and other planets.

In this post, I will describe to you exactly how I believe it all works, based on countless experiments and years of thinking in this field.

Lets look at Earth, in the above image. There is the Inner Core, the Outer Core, and the Mantle with Crust. Our text books have told us for quite a while now, that the core of the earth is basically a giant metal ball, about 70% the size of the moon. It was said to be a combination of Nickle and Iron (Stainless Steel). The outer core, is known to be liquid, so its basically lava.

New research has found some new things, that we didn’t know. As it turns out, the Inner Core is actually a lot softer than we thought, and it is spinning faster than the earth itself, in an Eastward direction. As we know from the sun rising on the East and setting on the West, we can safely say that the Crust of the Earth is spinning Eastward as well.

Now, heres the spin. As it turns out, the Outer Core actually spins Westward! That wonderful liquid lava. Most people will instantly be confused by this. You may be thinking something along the lines of stirring a glass of hot chocolate. Normally, everything goes in the direction that you stir it, right?

RotationWell, lets try and think about it. If you like sitting by rivers and streams to think, you will probably have seen what I see all the time. How the water flows, and acts when it hits the rocks. That little swirl. Well, I’ll try to explain it using the example of three basketballs. If you turn the outer two balls in one direction, the ball between them will go in the opposite direction. The liquid lava in the center, just may be that middle ball.

VortexNow, why is that center core spinning so fast? As they said, its spinning faster than the earth itself spins! Well, I’ve got a pretty good idea as to what that may be. Think of gravity not as a force constantly pulling down toward the Earth, but as energy flowing through and over the earth.

It gets sucked in through the top, the energy gets more compressed as it goes toward the center, which causes the core of the Earth to have an incredibly concentrated spinning energy flowing through it. Next, the energy unwinds more as it gets toward the bottom of the Earth to exit once more. To picture this more clearly for you, think of the energy which creates the force that we have labeled “gravity,” as water.

magnetNdustNow that we understand that why the core of the earth spins the fastest, we can move on to what happens to that energy when it comes out the bottom. You may have seen a picture of what is considered Earth’s magnetic field. I believe that just like an electromagnet, the magnetic force is not actually caused by magnets themselves. In fact, its the flow of energy which also creates the gravatic pull on Earth. The images of the Earth’s magnetic field that you are used to, are based on experiments of magnets making a set of lines in magnetic dust.

earthFieldTo the left, is an image showing the basic path that the energy takes, after exiting the bottom of the earth. Upon exiting the bottom, the energy actually follows the path of The Coanda Effect, causing it to be forced back over the earth, towards the North Pole once more. It doesn’t go strait over to the North Pole, it actually keeps some of that spin, going around the earth at an angle, in the same direction as the Inner Core and Crust of the Earth go.

Questions, comments, or even different opinions. Any feedback will be replied to!

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The Coanda Effect

TheCoandaEffectThe Coanda Effect is a fascinating effect. It first uses an implosive force to gather a form of energy, than it forces it to act in a way that I bet you haven’t seen before.

If you go Googling around, you will likely run into videos where this effect is demonstrated, using air. While I personally like to use it in actual Anti-Gravity experiments, a demonstration using air, may help you understand The Coanda Effect more easily.

Until I update this post with a video clip of me doing this set of experiments, I will just have to explain it with pure text, and maybe an image or two. The Coanda Effect occurs, when a stream of water, air, or even energy comes in parallel with a convex surface. The stream follows the curved surface that it comes in alignment with, causing a constant pull in the changing direction of the surface. This changes the direction of said stream, as long as the speed of the the stream is high enough. The higher the velocity of the stream, the more powerful The Coanda Effect becomes!

spoonCoandaFor convenience sake, I will give you a simple way to test this at home. What you will need is a spoon and your sink. Turn your sink on about half way, and grasp the end of the spoon, lightly. Let the convex surface of the spoon come in alignment with the stream, and it will get sucked in! As the spoon is able to freely move in this situation, the spoon’s convex surface is sucked toward the stream of water. Try increasing and decreasing the water pressure, and you can see that it will be “stuck” in the stream, according to the pressure of the stream of water. You may also replicate this effect with air. Try blowing on the spoon from the top as it dangles. Actually, just use a blow dryer!

Thankfully, my experiments (not taking about the spoon thing) have shown that electricity works just as well, for The Coanda Effect! Now, lets go over another basic way of demonstration. I swear, it wasn’t meant to look like a flying saucer. It just looks like that for the convex surface.

TopFanBefore we get to that bowl, you need to understand how the fan on top of the bowl works. Remember, this is just to demonstrate the effect. Its not a part of Anti-Gravity. Imagine this fan turning counter-clockwise. It will force air out to the sides, causing a vacuum on the top, sucking air in (implosive effect).

When this fan runs on a flat surface like your table, it will shoot air sideways in every direction. For us, lets see what happens when you place it on top of an upside-down bowl! I don’t recommend you try to build a flying saucer out of this. It works, but not very well. Also, using a fan for any kind of life, is a colossal waste of energy. Yes, that includes airplanes. They work, but seriously, you don’t need to burn up THAT much energy just to transport people through the air!

So, here is the bowl shape experiment I promised you. It clearly shows the The Coanda Effect for you, in what I believe is an easy to understand way. Does it make sense to you guys? If not, leave a comment. I will update this post as much as is needed, so I can get this point over to you.

BownDemoSo see in the image to the right, The Coanda Effect occurs when the unusual fan on top, shoots air off to the sides. The air can actually be pulled from both inside the bowl, or above. From above is a lot more efficient though, so your better off just sticking with that.

Well, thanks for reading! Leave a comment if you wish. I come to the site every day to set up posts, so I’m bound to read it and reply in less than a day :)

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