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Why the Earth Changes

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.10, No. 9)

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Page : 56-57

Keywords : Pangea; the Earth; Pangea Ultimo; change; flows of packages; the principle of relations;

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The introduction of a new principle - The Principle of Relations - gives an alternative interpretation of why the Earth changes. The Principle of Relations claims to represent all aspects of reality, based on I-III: I. Requirement for a complete theory: Every concept has to represent reality directly and concretely. II. Postulate: Nothing exists in isolation; everything exists in relations. III. Basic concepts: 1. Mass, i.e. m. 2. Wave, i.e. ?(x,t). 3. Relation, i.e. p1-n = flow of packages. The concept relation relates to reality by showing that there are relations between all parts in the Universe, aRb, where: 1. a, b, c ? are any system, subsystem, unit or part in any field of the Universe, e.g. suns, planets, moons, galaxies, leptons, hadrons, mesons, baryons, nuclei, atoms and molecules. 2. The relation R is a flow (wave) of packages, p1-n, between a, b, c ? in any field of the Universe. Based on the postulate - Nothing exists in isolation; everything exists in relations ? in combination with 1and 2 above, the principle is X = aRb. For each system there are gates, i.e. the transformation mechanism by the transformer, where the content of the packages is transformed for the next level of physical reality. The Earth changes, when R with its packages arrives via the ?doors?, i.e. the gates, of the cover. Crust, mantle, outer core and inner core are continuously changing the Earth by R. Then the following chain of events occurred; flow of packages affected Pangea, then the Earth of today arise and now flows of packages affect the Earth so that over the next 255 million years the Earth will change again.

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