by Jim Mash
Last Updated 21/11/2017
Fluid Energy Theory
An entirely new theory based upon energy being a real substance

Global warming

Current theories   FET

According to current theories of the creation of the solar system, it is believed that the Earth and the other rocky planets were formed from the gravitational accretion of dust that formed a disc around the Sun.

This theory cannot be verified by computer simulations and it implies that around 4.5 billion years ago the planet was molten. If it is then assumed that the only source of the planet’s heating was that due to the Sun’s radiation then it is clear that the Earth’s interior should have been completely solidified long before now.

It therefore has to be assumed that the planet was kept from cooling by its atmosphere and by extra heat coming from radioactive sources.

Even so, current theories cannot explain why the surface temperature has been cycling through regular periods of ice ages and warm periods where even the Poles have been completely free of ice.

Today it is believed that man’s appetite for energy has led to a runaway greenhouse effect with the world in danger of becoming so hot that most life forms may become extinct.

 

FET predicts that all of the rocky planets are the cores of dead stars. Once these have cooled sufficiently to form a solid surface they heat up again due to the inflow of gravitational energy and explode away the crust. This cycle of surface solidification and explosive removal continues until the cores are reduced to Earth sized bodies.

This size is stable because the internal gravitational heating, which is equivalent to about 4 times that from the Sun’s radiation, is now only sufficient to periodically melt through the crust leading to a 130,000 year warming and cooling cycle.

FET also explains why the heating cycle always starts long before the build up of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.

With FET it can be shown that it is not the composition of the atmosphere that causes it to warm but the relative density of the atmosphere and the wavelength of the radiation.

Thus the radiation from the Sun only heats the atmosphere between the heights of 10km and 47km and the Earth’s radiation only heats the atmosphere above 83km. This is in complete agreement with the observation that the Earth’s atmospheric temperature undergoes three inversions at just these heights.

So although man has increased the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere it has not contributed anything to its warming.

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