Mother Earth

Mother Earth

Menue Location

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Associated

Water Cycle

Waters and Lands

Flux Problem Global Flood

Nature

The Spirit

The Goddess

Her Location

Centre of creation or satellite of the sun?

Her Neighbours and Spaces

Her Moon

Her Sun

The Solar “System”

The Stars and Universe

The Planet

Built for life and us humans?

Life on other planets?

Earth like planets?

Earth Chronicle

rotation with days and nights

moon as night light

rising lands

microbes

soil

plants

animals

first creation? sauruses and extinction

humans

Adam

Eve

Paradise Lost

7 Times of ?

Birth of New Israel and New Jerusalem in Heavens with Down Earth Ban of all Demons

Judgement “Day” with conclusion of Antijehovah’s Empire with Downfall of all Earthen States and Nations

1000 years of Paradise Restauration

Final Judgement

Jehovah every soul every thing

Her Measures

Sizes

Areas

Volumes

Masses

Pressures and Densities

Air Pressure

Core Density

Her Motions

by gravity and zentrifugal kraft

Around the sun

Around her axes

pecession of the axe

declination

orbit

elipsis

Her Ingredients

Solids

Heats and Fires

Waters

Airs

Her Matter

Atoms

Molecules

Her Ressources

Waters

Rocks

Soils

Sands and Minerals

Jewels

Ores

Plants

Animals

Humans

Heats

Winds

Airs and Gases

Light

Anatomy – Her Shape

A slightly flat sphere. Ellipsoid.

Radius from north to south pole:

Average Radius around the equator:

Equatorial Radius Standard deviation:

Physiology – Her Organs, Metabolistc Cycles and Bilances

Tables

Sankey Diagrams

Water Circle

Nitrogen Circle

Oxygen Circle

Carbon Cycle

Her Mass and Densities

Her Surface and Areas

Oceans

Lands and Islands

Mother Island?

  • Asia
  • Arabia
  • Europe
  • Africa

Child Islands?

  • Britannia
  • Irland
  • Greenland
  • America
  • Latina
  • Iceland
  • Hispaniola
  • Cuba
  • Jamaica
  • Bahamas
  • Antilles
  • Puerto Rico
  • Fireland
  • Madagaskar
  • Honshu
  • Hokkaido
  • Nippon
  • Australia
  • Tasmania
  • New Zealands
  • Ceylon
  • Taiwan
  • Kurillas
  • Friesians
  • Helgoland
  • Rügen
  • Bornholm
  • Baleares
  • Malta
  • Sardinia
  • Corsica
  • Sicilia
  • Creta
  • Elba
  • Capri
  • Lampedusa
  • Patmos
  • Cyprus
  • Djerba
  • Crimea
  • Phiipinas
  • Indonesias
  • Hawaias
  • Polynesias
  • Melanesias
  • Micronesias
  • Easter
  • St Helena
  • Antarctica
  • Novaja Semlja
  • Svalbaard

Political Islands

  • Israel
  • Switzerland
  • Vaticana

Landscapes

Mountains and Valleys or Trenches

Peaks and Pitts

Her Spaces, Spheres and Volume Model

Schalen unterschiedlicher chemie und physik (dichte, temperatur, viskosität)

  1. core: metallic radio active melted and or solid heater, convector and electro magnet
  2. magma mantel
  3. erdkruste
  4. land
  5. ozean
  6. Biosphere: soil, microbes, funghi, plants, animals, Humano or Anthroposphere
  7. lüfte, wolken? stratos
  8. ionen, electro or electro magnetic magneto
  9. magnetic
  10. lunar: mond, griechisch?, tide
  11. gravity: geo eqigravis: entfernung von der erde, wo die schwerkraft der sonne und der erde sich die waage halten
  12. solar radiation and wind: entfernung zur sonne
  13. solar gravity field and system

Die komplementäre solare epigravis und der umlauf der Erde um die sonne gehören (auch) zum schalen modell unserer sonne!

Die erdkruste trägt ein mützchen (kalotte oder kappe) aus land, die die ozean decke durch srößt und in die lüfte hinein auf ragt, am besten dargestellt durch eine kreisrunde kappe oder einen kegel. Interessant werden wird, wie hoch der passende kegel sein muss?! Oder wird es ein kegel stumpf mit auf gesetztem kegel anderer schräge werden?

Vergleicbar vielleicht mit einem tier horn, das vom schädel auf wächst, die haut durch stößt und in die umgebende luft ragt.

Die berechnung der dichten, drücke und temperaturen der lüfte in den verschiedenen höhen entzieht sich hart näckig meinem verständnis.

Distances

  • Elevation from centre
  • Depth or elevation from surface or sea level

Her Centre and Gravity

Her Protection Shields, Boundaries and Horizons

Sphere Surface Horizon

Sphere Volume Horizon

Gravity

Electric

Magnetic

Ozon Layer

Pyrosphere, Her Heats, Fires, Energies and their Cycles

Energy Bilance

Her heat energy flow

Radio Activity

Nuclear or Atomic Fission and Fusion

Fire

Core

solid and or melted metallic radioactive core

heater: atomic fission reactor

convector

electro magnet

Her Magnetic Field

Viscous Magma Mantle or Coat

The Earth’s mantle is a layer of silicate rock between the crust and the outer core. Its mass of 4.01 × 1024 kg is 67% the mass of the Earth.

It has a thickness of 2,900 kilometres (1,800 mi) making up about 84% of Earth’s volume.

It is predominantly solid but in geological time it behaves as a viscous fluid.

Partial melting of the mantle at mid-ocean ridges produces oceanic crust, and partial melting of the mantle at subduction zones produces continental crust.

Volcanoes and Eruptions

Tectonic Edges, Borders

Earth Quakes, Landslides and Tsunamis

Lithosphere

Solid Lithosphere

Tectonic Plates

  • Eurasia
  • Arabia
  • Africa
  • Caribea
  • America
  • Latina
  • India Australia
  • Antarctica
  • Pacifica

Solid Rock

Crust Skull = Ocean Ground

Land

Two Types of Lands

Sub Marine or Under Sea Lands

corresponding to the average ocean depth 3800 meters medium height

Over Sea Lands

average 800 meter high

The Two Lands Representation

As

  • Horn or Cap
  • Thin over all under water Shells

Her Waters, Hydrosphere

Ocean Skin

average 3800 meter deep or thick

Water Distribution

Oceans

  • Mediterranean
  • Atlantic
  • Black Sea
  • North Sea
  • Irish Sea
  • Baltic Sea
  • Indian
  • Pacific
  • Arctic

Sea Level

Height

Depth

Oceanic Streams

Sweet Waters

Rivers
Lakes


Her Airs, Aero or Atmosphere

Airs

Atmosphere

Atmospheric Streams

Weathers

Rain

Wind

Storms

Layers

  • Troposphere
  • Magnetosphere
  • Outer Space

Her Climate and Weather

Climate zones

Moon Satellite, Earth Trabant

about 300000 km distant satellite

Gravis

point or distance of “no” passive return between earth and sun gravity. Beyond this point every body will fall into the sun.

5 Lagrange points

Pathology – Her Diseases and Illnesses

Antijehovah’s Rebellion

Saurus

Mass Extinction of First Life

Ice Age

Mammoth’s Death

Eve’s Weakness and Adam’s Disobedience

Global Flood

Noah Curses Canaan

Sodom and Gomorrah

Global Warming

Pandemies

Chaos and Catastrophies

Men Men’s Enemy

Human Rule over other Humans

Separation of the Unity

Babylonia Confusion

Wishing Paradise without Peace or Wishing Peace without Paradise

Invasion of Extra Terrestrial Demons

Ozone Hole

World Wide Pornification

World War Threat