Strange Sounds heard around the World
What are all these Strange Sounds being heard all over the world? What could be causing them? Where are they coming from? The writer will attempt to answer these and more!
Well this Doowan writer has a Theory! Of course, a theory is just a theory. However when a Theory makes sense than the strange sounds aren’t so strange.
The Earth was discovered to have a solid inner core distinct from its liquid outer core in 1936, by the seismologist Inge Lehmann, who deduced its presence from observations of earthquake-generated seismic waves that reflect off the boundary of the inner core and can be detected by sensitive seismographs on the Earth’s surface.
Once upon a time, in the 1930s and 1940s, the composition of Earth’s inner core was a solved mystery: Seismologists used data from earthquake waves passing through the planet to determine that the center of the planet was made out of solid metal, surrounded by a thick semi-liquid outer core. Meanwhile, geologists used meteorites as a proxy for the bulk composition of Earth, and determined that the planet’s outer layers were missing a good deal of iron and nickel. The logical conclusion was that Earth’s inner core was made of iron and nickel.
If that conclusion had held, researchers would be able to infer the amount of lead and uranium in the core based on the properties of iron and nickel. But in the 1950s, measurements of the core’s gravity revealed that Earth’s center wasn’t dense enough to be made of iron and nickel alone. What’s important is that the earth has a solid inner core.
The Earth has a magnetic field with north and south poles. The Earth’s magnetic field reaches 36,000 miles into space. In geophysics, dynamo theory proposes a mechanism by which a celestial body such as the Earth or a star generates a magnetic field. The theory describes the process through which a rotating, convecting, and electrically conducting fluid can maintain a magnetic field over astronomical time scales.
The Earth’s magnetic field is similar to that of a bar magnet tilted 11 degrees from the spin axis of the Earth. The problem with that picture is that the Curie temperature of iron is about 770 C . The Earth’s core is hotter than that and therefore not magnetic. So how did the Earth get its magnetic field?
Magnetic fields surround electric currents, so we surmise that circulating electric currents in the Earth’s molten metallic core are the origin of the magnetic field. A current loop gives a field similar to that of the earth. The magnetic field magnitude measured at the surface of the Earth is about half a Gauss and dips toward the Earth in the northern hemisphere. The magnitude varies over the surface of the Earth in the range 0.3 to 0.6 Gauss.
The Earth’s magnetic field is attributed to a dynamo effect of circulating electric current, but it is not constant in direction. Rock specimens of different age in similar locations have different directions of permanent magnetization. Evidence for 171 magnetic field reversals during the past 71 million years has been reported.
Although the details of the dynamo effect are not known in detail, the rotation of the Earth plays a part in generating the currents which are presumed to be the source of the magnetic field. Mariner 2 found that Venus does not have such a magnetic field although its core iron content must be similar to that of the Earth. Venus’s rotation period of 243 Earth days is just too slow to produce the dynamo effect.
Interaction of the terrestrial magnetic field with particles from the solar wind sets up the conditions for the aurora phenomena near the poles.
Strange Sounds Theory
So now we have the basics , on with the Doowan Theory of Strange Sounds heard around the world. Since the inner core is spinning. One would assume that the crust is spinning at the same rate. This is true as long as there is no outside forces affecting the spin rate. Correct? So if something comes close that has a magnetic field of this own. We all now that magnets a track and repel. This outside force being a magnet in a sense would affect the magnet of the earth and effect its spin. Possibly slowing the inner core spin down. Remember, the outer core/crust is spinning at the same rate it was spinning at. Thus, starts to slip over the earths core as it slows down, because of this outside force or magnet. As the crust keeps going it starts grinding on the core. These Strange Sounds and booms could just be the crust grinding on the outer core as it slows to meet the spin of the inner core. Boom, Bang, Grind, Hum.
It’s a fact a pole change is imminent. All science points to this. It has happen in the past a number of times. It’s going to happen again. It is happening now. The Strange Sounds and earth changes point to this fact.
The real question here is what’s that outside force that effecting the magnet of the earth. There are a number of theories out there. However that’s for the readers study. Yes, I have written about some of these in blogs. The point is that, at this point it doesn’t matter what’s causing the effect. We can’t change that. What we can change is how we perceive this change, and the Strange Sounds that are being heard. We can react in fear or we can react with understanding. Which does the reader prefer. Reality only reflects what we vibrate. We are all here, and at this point there’s nowhere else we can go. So let’s enjoy the ride. Or wet our depends.
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