I was told about meteor impacts on Earth.

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Re: I was told about meteor impacts on Earth.
« Reply #90 on: February 07, 2017, 10:23:51 AM »
If the earth has a giant whirlpool above it, and you're not just making it up, then can you elaborate on this? Certainly nobody here has ever mentioned this other than you, so how do you know this?
Think of the Earth being a massive sort of circular sink with a plug hole.
Now think of hot atmosphere being pushed up that plug hole but round the edges of it cold atmosphere is being pushed in.
The energy is working from within as a feed and supply due to the carbon arc sun.
This creates a sort of whirlpool or if you prefer, a tornado effect on a big scale.
At the centre this would be a killer to anything living but all living things are well outside of this zone and are placed around the outskirts.

This whirlpool spans out and becomes slower as it spans. Basically it becomes too weak  to do anything to us and we feel the effects at times as merely a breeze to high winds depending on certain changes  in energy balance.



Wait...are you saying this whirlpool earth is what causes wind?  Never mind that it doesn't explain why wind comes from all directions....now, you are attacking meteorologists. Everyone knows that they are always right.
Yes it's the prime cause of wind.
The wind differs in strength due to the reflection from that central core off the dome back onto the areas we all dwell on, which creates differentials of pressures.

So why don't these differentials in pressure have any impact on how much something weighs or how fast it falls to earth.  Can you predict these low pressure areas cause I could stand to lose a few pounds.

Or could it be that your whirlpool is simply the earth spinning on it's axis and your pressure/density theory is in reality, gravity?
The world is a sphere, but I don't hold that against it.

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Re: I was told about meteor impacts on Earth.
« Reply #91 on: February 07, 2017, 01:44:30 PM »
If the earth has a giant whirlpool above it, and you're not just making it up, then can you elaborate on this? Certainly nobody here has ever mentioned this other than you, so how do you know this?
Think of the Earth being a massive sort of circular sink with a plug hole.
Now think of hot atmosphere being pushed up that plug hole but round the edges of it cold atmosphere is being pushed in.
The energy is working from within as a feed and supply due to the carbon arc sun.
This creates a sort of whirlpool or if you prefer, a tornado effect on a big scale.
At the centre this would be a killer to anything living but all living things are well outside of this zone and are placed around the outskirts.

This whirlpool spans out and becomes slower as it spans. Basically it becomes too weak  to do anything to us and we feel the effects at times as merely a breeze to high winds depending on certain changes  in energy balance.



Wait...are you saying this whirlpool earth is what causes wind?  Never mind that it doesn't explain why wind comes from all directions....now, you are attacking meteorologists. Everyone knows that they are always right.
Yes it's the prime cause of wind.
The wind differs in strength due to the reflection from that central core off the dome back onto the areas we all dwell on, which creates differentials of pressures.

So why don't these differentials in pressure have any impact on how much something weighs or how fast it falls to earth.  Can you predict these low pressure areas cause I could stand to lose a few pounds.

Or could it be that your whirlpool is simply the earth spinning on it's axis and your pressure/density theory is in reality, gravity?
You carry on with your globe. It's better that you do. It's much easier for you.

Re: I was told about meteor impacts on Earth.
« Reply #92 on: February 07, 2017, 03:58:42 PM »
If the earth has a giant whirlpool above it, and you're not just making it up, then can you elaborate on this? Certainly nobody here has ever mentioned this other than you, so how do you know this?
Think of the Earth being a massive sort of circular sink with a plug hole.
Now think of hot atmosphere being pushed up that plug hole but round the edges of it cold atmosphere is being pushed in.
The energy is working from within as a feed and supply due to the carbon arc sun.
This creates a sort of whirlpool or if you prefer, a tornado effect on a big scale.
At the centre this would be a killer to anything living but all living things are well outside of this zone and are placed around the outskirts.

This whirlpool spans out and becomes slower as it spans. Basically it becomes too weak  to do anything to us and we feel the effects at times as merely a breeze to high winds depending on certain changes  in energy balance.



Wait...are you saying this whirlpool earth is what causes wind?  Never mind that it doesn't explain why wind comes from all directions....now, you are attacking meteorologists. Everyone knows that they are always right.
Yes it's the prime cause of wind.
The wind differs in strength due to the reflection from that central core off the dome back onto the areas we all dwell on, which creates differentials of pressures.

So why don't these differentials in pressure have any impact on how much something weighs or how fast it falls to earth.  Can you predict these low pressure areas cause I could stand to lose a few pounds.

Or could it be that your whirlpool is simply the earth spinning on it's axis and your pressure/density theory is in reality, gravity?
You carry on with your globe. It's better that you do. It's much easier for you.

Logical things usually are easier.  No need for mental gymnastics to make them work.