Thursday, October 1, 2015

How Old is the Water On Earth? | Water in the Solar System Older Than the Sun - Evidence Supporting Expanding Earth Theory

Thank you Hope Girl and Aaron for sharing this with me.

Modern science is only beginning to discover the electromagnetic aspects of outer space. Contemporary views on the cosmos assert that only gravity can effect massive and distant bodies such as planets stars and galaxies, inventing theories such as Dark Matter and Energy to explain the high energy interactions in the heavens. 

Dewey B Larson, a physicist and researcher from the early 20th century, became aware of many of these glaring errors in modern science. He reviewed the complete observational record of experimental data going all the way back to the early days of classical mechanics, developing a complete and accurate theory of the universe; Reciprocal Systems Theory

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A group of RS theorists expanded on Larson's work, creating a model for the evolution of the solar system that explains many of the peculiar observations in the scientific record. 

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Expanding Earth Evidence

One of these oddities is the emergence of matter from the sun and orbiting planets. The Earth, by all accounts, appears to be expanding - literally getting larger in size over the course of it's life. Plate Tectonics is a theory that the Earth has stayed the same size, but plates move about and subduct or go underneath each other. However, plate tectonics fails to properly account for the activity within the Earth itself.

Geologists have used core samples from almost everywhere on the planet to date the age of rocks, which when applied to a global map, reveals a definite pattern of formation. 

The 'zipper' under the oceans of our planet is a place where new rock is formed. Notice in the above image marked by red is young rock with the oldest rock marked by the color blue. If one carefully removes the older rocks as a computer animated generation, a staggering effect is created; the plates almost perfectly match the continental shifts recorded in rock deposits, and this 'smoking gun' evidence for Expanding Earth theorists. As we 'rewind time' removing younger layers of rock, all the continents perfectly match each other like a massive jigsaw puzzle. 

Star Fragments In The Core's of All Planets

What could possibly explain the Earth's expansion? In the above linked article, The Energetic Evolution of the Solar System, they discuss how the solar system was formed in a series of nova and super nova explosions from a binary star system. Instead of stars having a limited amount of fuel, they actually accumulate material and energy as the solar system moves around the galactic disk.

In the beginning of our solar system there were two stars orbiting each other, becoming heavier as time went on. Eventually the mass of one of the stars became so heavy it exploded in a super nova, with the outer layers of the star ejected out into space with a high intensity it actually shattered the companion star into fragments. The inner core of the star that went nova was pushed into time space, accelerating beyond the speed of light into a region that Reciprocal Systems theory defines as the Cosmic Sector. 

There is a 'flip side' to the material universe of space-time (three dimensions of space and one dimension of time) we experience with our physical bodies, known as time-space or the Cosmic Sector. Modern science has called this 'anti-matter, but Reciprocal Systems theory defines this as the 'mirror image' of the space-time universe, with three dimensions of time and one dimension of space. The speed of light is the boundary between space-time and time-space, therefore as material is accelerated beyond the speed of light it moves into time-space; a highly energetic and organized phase of universal activity. 

Time-space sounds like some obscure and unimaginable abstraction, but we access this region of the universe metaphysically within the mind. When reviewing memories, we can rewind and fast forward events (moving in time) from a fixed location; we don't have to physically move our bodies to navigate through memories. Similarly, materially that is moving in time-space does so in metaphysical ways, creating strange effects in the space-time region. One of these effects is anti-gravity, which in our solar system governs the precise orbitary periods of the planets, all of which are organized around the golden mean or phi ratio. 

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When one of the stars in our early solar system went nova, the material within the core was accelerated beyond the speed of light; exploding into time-space. The shattered companion star also had its core pushed into time-space, creating a network or web of energetic connections between them. These time-space fragments slowly 'cool', evaporating material as they do, forming the material of a planet. 

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Summarizing the key points, the core's of all the major bodies in the solar system are highly compressed into time-space, slowly expanding into space-time over billions of years. This is where the vast majority of the material in our inner solar system comes from; according to Reciprocal Systems theory.

Early Water in our Solar System

The water discovered by scientists which predates the sun confirms the aforementioned theory of solar system creation. The binary 'dance' of explosions actually has several phases of slow accumulation and eventual super nova. The above linked article states that we are in phase three of this process in our own system; that the binary stars exploded and reformed twice in our stellar history. 

Each time they did so, lighter material on the outer layers was ejected out into deep space, usually hydrogen, helium, carbon, oxygen, nitrogen, chlorine, etc. The inner planets accumulated some of this material, as well as the outer planets, but the vast majority of this remains intact in the Oort cloud, a massive bubble of icy rock making up the vast majority of lighter material in the outer solar system.

If we were to travel out into the Oort cloud and test the age of this water it would most likely baffle contemporary Cosmologist with their limited understanding of the electromagnetic and time-space activities in the heavens. 

In essence each of the major bodies in our solar system are star fragments with an internal core of highly charged time-space material. The electromagnetic fields of many planets are explained by RS theory as the motion of these time-space stellar cores. Governed by Gravity and Electromagnetism.

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This discovery of water older than the sun is just one more data point to consider as we explore the mysterious heavens and how they influence life on Earth. 

 - Justin

Source - The Mind Unleashed

This is an important step forward in our quest to find out if life exists on other planets,” said Professor Tim Harries of the University of Exeter, a member of the research team. “We know that water is vital for the evolution of life on Earth, but it was possible that the Earth’s water originated in the specific conditions of the early solar system, and that those circumstances might occur infrequently elsewhere.”
The findings increase the chances that water is present on other planets. The study confirms that the way in which our solar system was formed is not unique, which means that the same conditions – and therefore life – likely exists elsewhere in our galaxy. It is an amazing finding, given the fact that approximately 2,000exoplanets have been discovered so far, and no one knows how many of them may still be waiting to be discovered. According to the estimations, each star in the Milky Way galaxy hosts at least one planet.
It is worth noting that water is not an exclusive privilege of our planet. In fact, much evidence of it can be found throughout our solar system. In particular, water ice is present on comets and asteroids, as well as on other planets of our solar system and their moons, such as Jupiter’s Europa or Saturn’s Enceladus.
The prevailing theory in modern cosmology suggests that water came from the solar nebula, or the so-called protoplanetary disc, a cloud of dust and gas surrounding the forming Sun. Now, researchers from theUniversity of Michigan led by astronomy PhD student Ilse Cleeves decided to find out whether the water was already present in the sun’s protoplanetary disc, or whether it was formed with the birth of the Solar System.
If water in the early Solar System was primarily inherited as ice from interstellar space, then it is likely that similar ices, along with the prebiotic organic matter that they contain, are abundant in most or all protoplanetary disks around forming stars,” said co-author of the study Conel Alexander of the Carnegie Institute.
But if the early Solar System’s water was largely the result of local chemical processing during the Sun’s birth, then it is possible that the abundance of water varies considerably in forming planetary systems, which would obviously have implications for the potential for the emergence of life elsewhere.”
To figure out where the water was formed, the researchers simulated a model with two kinds of frozen water– regular hydrogen based water, and so-called “heavy water” containing the hydrogen isotope deuterium, which can be found on comets, meteorites and in the Earth’s oceans.
To recreate the conditions of the solar system’s formation, the scientists simulated a solar nebula without frozen heavy water, in order to find out whether the solar system was able to generate the ratios of deuterium from chemical reactions in the nebula. As a result, it was discovered that the system couldn’t produce heavy water; therefore it must have already existed in the sun’s protoplanetary disk.
According to the results of the simulation, 30 to 50 per cent of the water originated in the solar nebula, which means that it is nearly a million years older than our solar system.
Our findings show that a significant fraction of our Solar System’s water, the most-fundamental ingredient to fostering life, is older than the Sun, which indicates that abundant, organic-rich interstellar ices should probably be found in all young planetary systems,” concluded Alexander.
The findings add to a plethora of evidence that water and therefore life is not exclusive to our planet.. a paradigm shift in the way we see the universe indeed.


Anna LeMind is the owner and lead editor of the website, and a staff writer for The Mind Unleashed.
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