Examples of Gas Behaviour without Gravity’s Effect
experienced a collision with a frozen cloud as previously explained after (water formation) H and O fused into H2O. The extremely hot planet Earth comprised of molten materials collided with the frozen cloud this event is known as the Theia collision. When the hot planet entered the frozen cloud, the thawing process covered the Earth with water.
Examples of Gas Behaviour without Gravity’s Effect Continued
As Earth cooled to about 30-40 degrees and formed rainwater pools. Lightning travellingat 90,000 mps or one half the speed of light can produce nitrogen oxide, and sunshine (for photosynthesis) became the vehicles of life. Earth’s vibration caused amino acids and alkaline minerals to pulverize and come together to form Nitrogen gas in the atmosphere. When a mixture of an acid and an alkali is in the presence of rainwater, their pH changes, and nitrogen gas is released. The freed Nitrogen gas became 79 per cent of Earth’s atmosphere and formed one of the building blocks of life on Earth in the process. When Nitrogen Oxide gas is introduced to rainwater in the presence of lightning, air, great variations of temperature, and sunlight (photosynthesis), it forms amoebas, fungi, and algae. These Oxygen-producing microbes combined with Earth’s abundance of carbon were among the first forms of carbon based life on Earth. The first life forms were vegetation and were the first organisms to supply Oxygen, which makes up 19 per cent of the Earth’s atmosphere. This scenario can be carried one step further by presuming that the algae, after many years, acquired a vegetarian parasite. The vegetarian parasite then contracted a carnivore parasite, and with time, the rest is evolutionarily possible. Oil comes from decaying life forms and Earth’s vibration. Earth’s gravity and vibration moves the natural oils from decaying animals and plant life deep into the sub layers of Earth. Prehistoric oil becomes coal after many eras of subterranean pressures. The dinosaurs did not perish because of an asteroid shower; they died out with the other 70 per cent of Earth’s life form during the last great ice age, which lasted for approximately 500,000 years. Our Earth has been warming for about 50,000 years and still has many millions of more years to go before it starts its cooling cycle again. Think about it. Don’t blindly accept unreasonable explanations. Ask Questions.
The best proof of gravity not attracting gas is in nature, where we know for a fact that lighter and smaller gas atoms of helium completely surround our atmosphere, (Plate 2481) offering a natural ceiling of Helium; this is what keeps our atmosphere from expanding, not gravity which has nothing to do with attracting or holding gas. In physics, it can be proven just by knowing that large atoms (Plates 0204, 3596, 6279, 5506) (Oxygen) cannot expand through the smaller (Hydrogen) atoms. If gravity attracted gas, the smaller Hydrogen atoms would pass through the heavier and larger Oxygen and Nitrogen atoms and rest on Earth. It would be like pouring rocks through sand; it can’t be done.In industry, Nitrogen blanketing is used to keep hydrocarbons from evaporating and citrus oils from oxidizing. Gravity has nothing to do with these processes. Also the Pike River coal mine in New Zealand used nitrogen gas to successfully purge the mine of poison gases.The Earth’s average present temperature is 39 degrees Fahrenheit (4 degrees Celsius). The ozone layer adds 20 degrees Fahrenheit, making the Earth’s average temperature 59 degrees Fahrenheit (15 degrees Celsius). If all of Antarctica thawed, it would not produce enough thawed water to fill all the below-sea-level and desert areas on Earth.The Earth’s atmosphere contains 79 per cent nitrogen, 19 per cent oxygen, and 2 per cent other gases including 0.038 per cent of carbon dioxide (0.055 at sea level). The level of carbon dioxide in our atmosphere today is the lowest in Earth’s history of 4.5 billion yrs. carbon dioxide is not the bad guy. Carbon dioxide is an essential building block to sustain all life on Earth and in our seas and representsonly 0.038 per cent of our atmosphere. The origin of life, our ecosystem, and our atmosphere on Earth began in tidal zones when newly formed water from exploded subatomic solar gas molecules of hydrogen and oxygen, which formed in the Sun were explosively ejected. The absolute-zero environments caused the frozen gases to form The Theia cloud of fused and frozen H2O. Water (Plate 8555) accumulated on Earth after its ejection from the Sun and when it