Re: Creationists
Sun, 21 Jun 1998 20:52:45 EDT

In a message dated 6/21/98 12:52:54 PM Central Daylight Time, writes:

> It could have a moon
> only a few hundred miles across to give it sufficient tide to enable enough
> tectonic activity for volcanic fertilization, for maintainance of the
> core
> dynamo that would generate a radiation protection EM field,


I'd be interested to know more about this. Why is it that earth has tectonic
plates..a molten core...etc....but venus, our moon... and and presumably the
other rocky planets do not...? I was under the impression that it had to do
with radioactives in the core...releasing heat and keeping it molten. But if
that was the case then venus should be similar.

First I ever heard of the moon's influence keeping the core molten...assuming
I understand this correctly.