Contributed on Tuesday December 11, @ 10:36AM
Amit Parikh writes
Earth can EXPLODE !!!
The REAL danger
for our entire civilization comes not from slow climate changes, but from
overheating the planetary interior.
that Earth moves. Copernicus discovered that Earth moves around the Sun.
In 2000 Tom Chalko, inspired by Desmarquet's report, discovered that the
solid nucleus of our planet is a nuclear reactor and that our collective
ignorance may cause it to overheat and explode. The discovery, verified
by experts in many disciplines of science, has been published in June 2001
by the new scientific journal NUJournal.net.
caps melt not because the air there is warmer than 0 deg Celsius, but because
they are overheated from UNDERNEATH. Volcanoes become active and erupt
violently not because the Earth's interior "crystallizes" as it is currently
believed, but because the planetary nucleus is a nuclear fission reactor
that needs COOLING..
doctrine of a "crystalline inner core of Earth" is more dangerous for humanity
than all weapons of mass destruction taken together, because it prevents
us from imagining, predicting and preventing truly global disasters.
In any nuclear
reactor, the danger of overheating has to be recognized early. When external
symptoms intensify it is too late to prevent disaster. Do we have enough
imagination, intelligence and integrity to comprehend the danger before
the situation becomes irreversible? Did you see the figure above?
If we do not
do anything TODAY about Greenhouse Emissions that cause the entire atmosphere
to trap more Solar Heat, we will not survive THE NEXT DECADE. In a systematically
under-cooled spherical core reactor the cumulative cause-effect relationship
is HYPERBOLIC and leads to explosion. There will be no second chance...
If you doubt
whether a planet can explode - you need to see a witness report of a planetary
explosion in our Solar system. Plato (428-348 BC) reported that the explosion
of the planet Phaeton had been perceived by our ancestors on Earth to be
as bright as lightning...
For full report
please visit, http://www.nujournal.net/