Gravity by Michael J White

Pangaea and the arrival of the Oceans

Michael J White. 19th October 2012

However the proton within the atom is said to be the interesting attractive feature.
Why do I think that it is an attractive force? Space pressure cannot be present at the surface, therefore gravitons are entrained about the proton removing gravitons from the spatial system which have to be replaced by thrust disc and stacking hopper.
A visual image may be seen in an air ventilation system. Take a venturi tube. At the entrance a narrow annular slot. Feed that annular slot with 100 psi air, atmospheric pressure cannot be present at the entrance to the venturi and atmospheric air drives the annular jet down the venturi together with much entrained air as well.
This is called coanda effect.

Foot note:- In order to get a closer evaluation of when the oceans arrived we must consider the most ancient of gemstones such as zircon which must have been produced in the presence of water.
The mechanics of how zircon should make an appearance on our ancestral home Pangaea has not been explained by myself or scientists.
Though I do remember on some TV programmes they would state that on some of their travels they were standing on an ancient sea bed.

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