Gravity and Plasma Configurations

An evolving frog egg. It's cellular structure divides and divides again. With each division the frog embryo grows, yet individual cells remain relatively constant in size.
Continental Drift on our planet Earth exhibit similar characteristics in that the tectonic plates have gone through several stages ( Gondwanaland, Pangea, present). Each stage adding an additional plate to our planet. If it is demonstrated that plate production occurs at a greater rate than plate subduction, then it would seem reasonable to assume that we live on an expanding planet. It is notable that if you assembled the Continental Plates into a shell, you would create an object the size of Mars.

Present notions as to the nature of gravity make this evolutionary concept untenable, because the gravitational pressure is assumed to compress the Earth's core into a dense ball. As more is discovered about the gravitational effects brought about by plasma configurations, this opinion may change.

No one has to date successfully created a sustained fusion/plasma configuration, but we can see tantalizing evidence that these structures can be cellular in nature, as evidenced by these photographs on the right.


The magnetic force is 1 X 10 to the 33rd power greater than that of the gravitational force. Plasmas unified by a common magnetic field have little difficulty overcoming local gravitational effects.

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