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10012Re: [Precolumbian_Inscriptions] Structure of the Earth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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  • mike white
    Jun 1, 2007
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         im not educated in geology enough to accept all that was written in this article on face value.  im a bit surprised that they believe the core of the earth is solid, and of iron.  the remelt event they theorize may have allowed metals and other matter to seek a strata based on its density.  but this would put lead at the core, a heavier metal, and there are other elements heavier still, like the radioactive ones.  i have a different notion, that the cause of the core's heat is competing gravity fields, and imbalances in the mass arrangement of earth.  this would make the core liquid, and of the highest temperature. 
         moby, old mate, what signs are there in nz of paleo man?  does geology show a great length of time above the sea?  or is much of the surface pillow lava, limestone, and covered with shells?  one might expect an old landmass in that location to have been a portion of the greater pacific mother culture.  no monuments like java, or stone constructions like those strewn among the south sea islands? 
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      From: mobydoc
      Sent: Friday, June 01, 2007 3:47 AM
      Subject: [Precolumbian_Inscriptions] Structure of the Earth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

        G-day Mike ;

          It seems that this old Earth is a lot older than we have been told J

                http://en.wikipedia .org/wiki/ Structure_ of_the_Earth

             regards    Moby

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