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kaito9 10-01-2019 03:47 AM

This experiment is all it takes to debunk Solid Earth Theory/Myth
Molten hot iron core = No magnetic field because intense heat destroys all magnetism.

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Inner and Outer Cores do not exist at all.

kaito9 10-01-2019 03:53 AM

You don't even need to go as far as melting a magnet, just heating a magnet enough on a candle fire is enough to destroy a magnet. RIP iron core myth.

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size_of_light 10-01-2019 04:17 AM

Interesting vids kaito - backyard science experiments rock!

I figured there would be a mainstream scientific explanation for why this doesn't apply to the Earth, and found this:


Why doesn’t the earth's core lose it's magnetic properties like a magnet does when exposed to high temperatures!

The reason is that the principle of the geodynamo, the process that creates the Earth's magnetic field, is very different from a solid state ferromagnet.

The geodynamo relies on currents of liquid iron that produce large scale currents and thereby a magnetic field on the outside. Therefore, it requires high temperatures to even work.

The magneticity of the ferromagnet is due to the ordered structure of the material. At high temperatures, the little magnetic units in the material, so-called Weiss domains, are randomized and their order is destroyed. The domains can be re-ordered by applying a strong magnetic field to the material.

I'm happy to concede I don't know the answer one way or another, and I never trust vague assurances from mainstream 'scientific experts' on anything.

It is a fascinating subject to explore.

Do the hollow earth debunkers who will inevitably show up in this thread, have links to any vids that demonstrate this geodynamo-generated magnetic field effect with a practical experiment?

kaito9 10-01-2019 05:01 AM

Unless geodynamo is being provided large amounts of electric current externally, liquid iron will never generate strong and stable magnetic field but since inner and outer cores don't exist to begin with, it doesn't really matter. Geodynamo producing large scale electric currents with liquid iron is merely a conjecture at best with no external input of electricity.

Earths core is not iron but electric incandescent ball of plasma. Due to centrifugal force forcing all heavy matter away from the center of earth leaving only lighter matter like gases behind. Earth's core is 100% gaseous and its ionized by electricity. Earths plasma core is powered externally via birkeland currents coming from the central sun via solar wind which enters polar openings and power the inner sun. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?lis...4i-KviQnAhQhBM

Earths magnetic field is generated by the 3000 km thick hollow shell like a hollow sphere magnet would. There is no need for geodynamo. This magnetic field of earth will eventually disappear very slowly making it impossible for life to survive on the outer surface of earth. Only the inner surface will be habitable by life as is the case with Mars today.

Primer fields theory can help understand the inner sun/plasma cores of planets.

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