earth/mars

The surface area of present day land masses is 148,647,000 sq.km. The surface area of Mars is 144,798,500 sq. km. A day on Earth is 24:00 hours. A day on Mars is 24:40. Earth has an axial tilt of 23.5 degrees. Mars has an axial tilt of 25.2 degrees.

The similarity between the surface areas of Earth’s land masses and Mars surface area suggests before breakup of the lithosphere into the continental plates and creation of the deep water oceans Earth was the same size as size of Mars. The similarity between day lengths and axial tilts suggests before breakup the two planets were the same size, in geosynchronous orbits, with identical axial tilts and day lengths.

The differences between axial tilts and present day solar orbits suggests a catastrophic impact may have knocked the planets out of geosynchronous orbit, skewing their axial tilts and possibly stripping Mars of its planetary field.

The difference in daylengths suggest Earth’s rotational velocity has increased since Earth and Mars were in geosynchronous orbits. This may be caused by high velocity ring currents of ionized magma powered by magnetic moments induced by the ionized rotating core a vector force captured by the field powering high velocity ring currents of like polarity ions in the direction of core rotation.

The inner core rotates in the same direction as the Earth and slightly faster, completing its once-a-day rotation about two-thirds of a second faster than the entire Earth. Over the past 100 years that extra speed has gained the core a quarter-turn on the planet as a whole

CORE SPINS FASTER THAN EARTH

The past few years have seen a flurry of records fall, with shorter days being notched up ever more frequently. In 2020, the Earth turned out 28 of the shortest days in the past 50 years, with the shortest of those, on 19 July, shaving 1.47 milliseconds off the 86,400 seconds that make up 24 hours. The 29 June record came close to being broken again last month, when 26 July came in 1.5 milliseconds short.

JUNE 29 2022 WAS THE SHORTEST DAY IN HISTORY

The planetary field captures dipole magnetic moments induced by the ionized rotating planetary core a vector force which increases velocity and momentum of embedded ions in the direction of core rotation which powers the high velocity ring current of ionized magma around the planetary core, which has increased the velocity and angular momentum of rotation as the planet has grown to its present size.

Transformation of protons and electrons into mantle elements increasing mantle mass, volume and internal pressure powering volcanoes which relieved internal pressure from mantle expansion, increased planetary surface area and fertilizing land surfaces from magma eruptions.

Volcanoes and hydrothermal vents released water and carbon rich gasses, building the atmosphere and heating filling and fertilizing the shallow oceans and the oceans nurturing the evolution of diverse lifeforms in a moist carbon rich environment where lifeforms grew to prodigious sizes in reduced gravity.

An adult bull savanna elephant can have a shoulder height of 3.3 meters (11 feet), weigh up to 7,500 Kg (16,538 lb.) and reach a length of 9 meters (30 feet). Females are smaller, weighing up to 3,232 Kg (7,127 lb.) and measuring 2.6 meters (8.7 feet) at shoulder height.

The largest land animal is the elephant which weighs up to 7.5 metric tons in Earth gravity. When earth was the size of mars surface gravity would be the same as on Mars which is 38% of Earth gravity and the elephant would be able to support a weight of 20 metric tons in Earth’s gravity which would have been 7.5 metric tons when Earth was the size of Mars.

We believe sixty-five million years when Earth was the size of mars
ago a meteor impact broke through the lithosphere at the present location of the Gulf of Mexico and high velocity stress fractures, powered by the release of internal pressure of the growing mantle behind the leading edges, which divided the Americas from Europe and Africa, crossed the poles and ended in multiple fractures across future sea-beds of the Pacific and Indian Oceans.

dino-landscape

77 MILLION YEAR OLD DINOSAUR WEIGHED 65 TONS SCIENCE DAILY

We postulate about sixty five million years ago a meteor shattered the lithosphere into the continental plates, after puncturing the lithosphere at the present location of the Gulf of Mexico,