New Tectonics 2016 Revised (III)

New Tectonics 2016 Revised (III)

It is important that you read last year’s ‘New Tectonics’ series to understand all this properly. I have been re-reading myself, and found that (unexpectedly!) I had already explained much more things than I thought I had (this is because I usually have much more detailed analysis for everything written in my papers, so sometimes, I don’t remember if there are some aspects I already introduced or explained). So I’ll provide here a post by post link to past year’s posts, and I will comment in the next post I’ll write afterwards, some concepts I haven’t already fully developed. I’ll tell you there is little more information to add, except for photosynthesis, and isotopes datation methods, but if you haven’t read yet, read all these, some of them in Spanish:

This one is a quick draft. I put it here only because of ordering in the development, there are some images which are not easy to understand, don’t worry, I’ll explain better later.

I have already revised this one in the previous post of this year’s series.

This is an explanation on how representing 3D spherical volumes onto flat sheets of paper (known as maps, or projections) result in different shapes for areas and lengths. It also contains some maps of the entire world into which visually it is easy to see similarities between certain areas, according to different criteria you can read in the post or in the images captions.

In this post I put an edited image from the worldwide tide charts page for Gijón, a city 30 kms away from my real location:  Oviedo. I added some explanations on time shift, climate change and global warming on the image itself, but as this is not the main topic (tectonics), you can skip that part and get directly into why science and scientists have not explained tectonics the way I am explaining it in my blog (which is what the text into the image says). There is an image of a geological (age and composition of strata in the soils worldwide) map, as is provided, and on its right, the same map compacted into a much small area, where I joined zones with the same geological features.

In this one I introduce some considerations about the Earth and the Moon compositions, I also explain a little about elements decays (transformations) into one another, and I give a calculus (I wrote it wrong in the image and corrected in the post’s text), and… maybe you still think it is wrong, but it is not:

52 weeks x 7 days = 364 days -> one more day to add -> week x (1/7) = 1 day.

You see? I am right.

Besides, I sketched an explanation of MY OWN theory of Unification in terms of different orientations for electricity into space (be it or not Minkowsky’s spaces or strings models according spaces, which are a variety on 3 + n dimensions). And I make stand out Hawaii’s gravitational anomaly (it is a long post this one).

Here I put some images and explanations on Earth and Moon geological features, radiuses and relationships. I will make scans for some of these images and will start explaining here onwards in the next post of this year’s series on new tectonics, ‘New Tectonics 2016 Revised’, because I think you should read all this I have written to understand the following posts on tectonics.

I’ll start the next post giving a link to this one, so this is sort of a table of contents (TOC), but I will delay one or two weeks before I go on writing, in order to give you time enough to understand all this.

Anyway, if anyone needs further explanations before I go on writing, feel free to comment, or contact me via my email address, or mobile telephone number, which you can see in my full profile.

I will tell here something I am not sure if I have said or not before:

Spain, the Iberian Peninsula, it is said and known by geologists all over the world it was millions of years ago next to Newfoundland Island (Isla de Terranova). In my opinion along with this piece of land, it was also joined to Labrador Peninsula: looking carefully Portugal and Labrador coasts shapes and soils compositions, you will find it was so.

And that’s all for now.

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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