Re: earth/moon relationship
Mon, 27 Oct 1997 05:48:26 -0500 (EST)

In a message dated 97-10-27 03:46:36 EST, you write:

<< >Ok, thats interesting, do you know of the relationship between the inner
>and the outer core?

The inner core is a solid apparently because of the enormous pressure it's
under. It's made of the same stuff as the outer core. Exact details of the
inner core structure aren't entirely clear because the pressures and
temperatures exceed our current experimental limits. I believe the current
theory is that the inner core is an iron crystal, which you just can't
get under conditions at the surface.

Thats interesting, then perhaps its the inner/outer core process that is
making the expansion? I heard somewhere that we've created temperatures 3
times hotter than that of the inner sun, in fusion reactors, is that bogus?
Anyway, Ive known about the crystal being in the center, thats really cool,
im sure it has all sorts of implications/potentials, having effects on
different wave/frequency/magnetic spectrums etc...

do you know of a url on this where theories are being made etc..?