Magnetic resonant echoes

Magnetic resonant echoes

I have published a post yesterday with some drawings on a world map I have in my livingroom. I made those drawings, while thinking about  seismicity, along with other considerations regarding climate change, from a physical dynamical point of view.

I have also been commenting about electricity, telephony, and waveforms behaviour in this blog. All of these phenomena I have been watching thoroughly over the past five months make me think that there is a more or less 35 degrees in longitude displacement of the Earth’s crust related to what it should be its usual position.

The inner part of our planet, the Earth, has three main divisions: core, mantle, and crust. These divisions have different densities.

Just the same as the oceans having a different density that the crust, though they both share the same surface and radius where in contact, they don’t move at once. This effect on the different densities between the crust and the oceans, creates a rhytmycal movement, that I hope there will be nobody denying it is caused by this difference…, worldwide widely known as the tides.

Well… the same goes for the rest of the planet. There are two known (though these not so widely…) discontinuities: Gutterberg, and Mohorovicik ones. They are sort of spherical inner crusts limiting volumes with these different densities. All of this onion like shells of our planet… are rotating, but not as a uniform solid sphere. They rotate wavily, such as the oceans do related to the crust, this creates electricity, and what you all call magnetism, which in my mind I can see it is an alotropic form of electricity also. So think of magnetism as an orthogonally directed way of electricity in relation to the flow of electrons in the grids.

Magnetism is sort of reaction inertial newtonian force to movement of electric charge, not behaving quite the same when considered as electronic than when considered as ionic, being the differences at least two important ones:

One: sense of direction in the curret flow.

Two: quantity of materia being moved.

However, both ways of electricity, being the first, say physical, and the second (ionic) chemical, induce magnetic change along with gravitational change, which in the case of ions is much more bigger.

This 35 degrees angle displacement, gives the Earth’s crust a shift rightward in such a way that Spain (this is where I live), in Europe, should be right upon where the Black See is.  And this, also, from the Earth’s highly ferromagnetic core made of a mixture of NiFe, iron and nickel, makes the core’s magnetic field be displaced in such a way that the piece of crust where Spain is now rests upon what in the core’s magnetic resonant echo is still reacting to as if it was the Atlantic Ridge (Mid and North).

You go on displacing crust rightward 35 degrees, and core 35 degrees in the opposite direction, and you will see the echo of the Atlantic Ridge is now pounding the Saint Andreas fault.

Think of a capacitor.

Think of electricity direction inducing a magnetic field depending on its sense of direction.

world at night distortion

world at night distortion

Think of big electricity grids being turned on and off rhythmically in order to create a fast magnetic induced interference to break the core’s echo on the one side, and to push in such a way that electricity flowing from… say background electric field into the big electricity grid being turned off  creates a magnetic response while electric charges are being balanced, and think of a swinging movement.

light distortion worldwide

Try to put it all in tune, and start doing it so, because if it is not done, as you now can clearly see, the Earth will do it on its own in one beat.

mapa 1

mapa 1

(I’ll keep on writing about all this in a more intelligible way for everyone).

Tissot’s distortion index for different projections





Acerca de María Cristina Alonso Cuervo

I am a teacher of English who started to write this blog in May 2014. In the column on the right I included some useful links and widgets Italian is another section of my blog which I called 'Cornice Italiana'. There are various tags and categories you can pick from. I also paint, compose, and play music, I always liked science, nature, arts, language... and other subjects which you can come across while reading my posts. Best regards.
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