Scientists Discover "Thredules" in Earth's Inner Core

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Scientists Discover "Thredules" in Earth's Inner Core

Post by bperet » Sun Sep 09, 2012 9:34 am

Scientists have done a new model of the Earth's inner core and found an "inner" inner core, that has parallel lines of "single-phase iron crystals" that are running approximately to the spin axis of the core. The design and properties match Nehru's concept of "thredules" in the sun, which I applied to Earth geophysics in my paper, "At the Earth's Core" by concluding the inner core of the Earth was a white dwarf star remnant.

The Article is here: Discovery Of Earth's Inner, Innermost Core Confirmed
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Re: Scientists Discover

Post by bperet » Sat Jun 30, 2018 9:28 am

In order to explain the Earth's magnetic field, science has now come up with a new model, "convection rolls":
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Convection rolls
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Notice how this compares to Nehru's model in "Glimpses into the Structure of the Sun":
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Nehru's thredule model
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Though this is an "Earth cycle," not a "solar cycle," the principles are the same... the inner sheath moves its thredules towards the north rotational pole as the magnetic reversal cycle completes. Guess what:
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Location of North pole
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This demonstrates that the Earth behaves in a fashion and structure similar to our sun, so what applies to one also applies to the other. The only difference I have found is that the "hard planets" are inverse-suns (inside-out).
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