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3/13/2016 7:11:18 PM
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If gravity attracts everything to the center of the earth proportional to its mass, how can liquid exist as an inner layer?
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3/13/2016 7:28:52 PM
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At 3/13/2016 7:11:18 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
If gravity attracts everything to the center of the earth proportional to its mass, how can liquid exist as an inner layer?

I don't know, why does wood float on water?
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3/13/2016 8:14:38 PM
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At 3/13/2016 7:11:18 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
If gravity attracts everything to the center of the earth proportional to its mass, how can liquid exist as an inner layer?

Could you be a little clearer? You're not making sense.
I would agree with you, but then we'd BOTH be wrong.
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3/13/2016 9:29:10 PM
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At 3/13/2016 8:14:38 PM, LittleBallofHATE wrote:
At 3/13/2016 7:11:18 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
If gravity attracts everything to the center of the earth proportional to its mass, how can liquid exist as an inner layer?

Could you be a little clearer? You're not making sense.

The inner layer of magma has less Mass then the outer layers of the Earth
"Heck, I probably could have argued better for the flat earth- KthuluHimself"

"Yes, I'm a pseudoscientists; I don't know what an experiment is"-Ramshutu

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3/13/2016 9:30:50 PM
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At 3/13/2016 7:28:52 PM, Fkkize wrote:
At 3/13/2016 7:11:18 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
If gravity attracts everything to the center of the earth proportional to its mass, how can liquid exist as an inner layer?

I don't know, why does wood float on water?

The surface of water is much further away than the inner layers of the Earth and should have proportionately much less gravity
"Heck, I probably could have argued better for the flat earth- KthuluHimself"

"Yes, I'm a pseudoscientists; I don't know what an experiment is"-Ramshutu

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3/13/2016 9:32:16 PM
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At 3/13/2016 7:28:52 PM, Fkkize wrote:
At 3/13/2016 7:11:18 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
If gravity attracts everything to the center of the earth proportional to its mass, how can liquid exist as an inner layer?

I don't know, why does wood float on water?

Also wood have less density than water does
"Heck, I probably could have argued better for the flat earth- KthuluHimself"

"Yes, I'm a pseudoscientists; I don't know what an experiment is"-Ramshutu

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3/13/2016 9:37:20 PM
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At 3/13/2016 9:32:16 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
At 3/13/2016 7:28:52 PM, Fkkize wrote:
At 3/13/2016 7:11:18 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
If gravity attracts everything to the center of the earth proportional to its mass, how can liquid exist as an inner layer?

I don't know, why does wood float on water?

Also wood have less density than water does

And here you have the answer to your question.
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3/13/2016 9:40:47 PM
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At 3/13/2016 9:37:20 PM, Fkkize wrote:
At 3/13/2016 9:32:16 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
At 3/13/2016 7:28:52 PM, Fkkize wrote:
At 3/13/2016 7:11:18 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
If gravity attracts everything to the center of the earth proportional to its mass, how can liquid exist as an inner layer?

I don't know, why does wood float on water?

Also wood have less density than water does

And here you have the answer to your question.

You are comparing wood with Miles and Miles of solid rock
"Heck, I probably could have argued better for the flat earth- KthuluHimself"

"Yes, I'm a pseudoscientists; I don't know what an experiment is"-Ramshutu

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3/13/2016 9:42:49 PM
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At 3/13/2016 9:40:47 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
At 3/13/2016 9:37:20 PM, Fkkize wrote:
At 3/13/2016 9:32:16 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
At 3/13/2016 7:28:52 PM, Fkkize wrote:
At 3/13/2016 7:11:18 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
If gravity attracts everything to the center of the earth proportional to its mass, how can liquid exist as an inner layer?

I don't know, why does wood float on water?

Also wood have less density than water does

And here you have the answer to your question.

You are comparing wood with Miles and Miles of solid rock
Rock has more density than lava or water
"Heck, I probably could have argued better for the flat earth- KthuluHimself"

"Yes, I'm a pseudoscientists; I don't know what an experiment is"-Ramshutu

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3/13/2016 9:48:34 PM
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At 3/13/2016 9:42:49 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
At 3/13/2016 9:40:47 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
At 3/13/2016 9:37:20 PM, Fkkize wrote:
At 3/13/2016 9:32:16 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
At 3/13/2016 7:28:52 PM, Fkkize wrote:
At 3/13/2016 7:11:18 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
If gravity attracts everything to the center of the earth proportional to its mass, how can liquid exist as an inner layer?

I don't know, why does wood float on water?

Also wood have less density than water does

And here you have the answer to your question.

You are comparing wood with Miles and Miles of solid rock
Rock has more density than lava or water

You're looking at it the wrong way. Magma is contained by the Earths crust, except where it breaks through due to volcanic activity. The reason it does so, is not because of density, or lack thereof. The reason it forces it's way upwards is because of the pressure of all that rock on top of it. It's like squeezing a tube of toothpaste.
I would agree with you, but then we'd BOTH be wrong.
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3/13/2016 9:52:44 PM
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At 3/13/2016 9:48:34 PM, LittleBallofHATE wrote:
At 3/13/2016 9:42:49 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
At 3/13/2016 9:40:47 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
At 3/13/2016 9:37:20 PM, Fkkize wrote:
At 3/13/2016 9:32:16 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
At 3/13/2016 7:28:52 PM, Fkkize wrote:
At 3/13/2016 7:11:18 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
If gravity attracts everything to the center of the earth proportional to its mass, how can liquid exist as an inner layer?

I don't know, why does wood float on water?

Also wood have less density than water does

And here you have the answer to your question.

You are comparing wood with Miles and Miles of solid rock
Rock has more density than lava or water

You're looking at it the wrong way. Magma is contained by the Earths crust, except where it breaks through due to volcanic activity. The reason it does so, is not because of density, or lack thereof. The reason it forces it's way upwards is because of the pressure of all that rock on top of it. It's like squeezing a tube of toothpaste.

So you saying that a lot of magma is holding a little bit of rock up against the force of gravity that has gotten stronger closer to the Center of the Earth that's completely mad
"Heck, I probably could have argued better for the flat earth- KthuluHimself"

"Yes, I'm a pseudoscientists; I don't know what an experiment is"-Ramshutu

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3/13/2016 9:55:09 PM
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If the Earth rotates at the same speed without change, every 24 hours regardless of where it was at compared to the Sun matter-of-factly being completely opposite the sun with the day's not switch to nights every six months?
"Heck, I probably could have argued better for the flat earth- KthuluHimself"

"Yes, I'm a pseudoscientists; I don't know what an experiment is"-Ramshutu

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3/13/2016 10:04:40 PM
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At 3/13/2016 9:55:09 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
If the Earth rotates at the same speed without change, every 24 hours regardless of where it was at compared to the Sun matter-of-factly being completely opposite the sun with the day's not switch to nights every six months?

Are you drinking?
I would agree with you, but then we'd BOTH be wrong.
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3/13/2016 10:07:59 PM
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At 3/13/2016 10:04:40 PM, LittleBallofHATE wrote:
At 3/13/2016 9:55:09 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
If the Earth rotates at the same speed without change, every 24 hours regardless of where it was at compared to the Sun matter-of-factly being completely opposite the sun with the day's not switch to nights every six months?

Are you drinking?

No I'm just asking questions
"Heck, I probably could have argued better for the flat earth- KthuluHimself"

"Yes, I'm a pseudoscientists; I don't know what an experiment is"-Ramshutu

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3/13/2016 10:12:38 PM
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At 3/13/2016 9:42:49 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
At 3/13/2016 9:40:47 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
At 3/13/2016 9:37:20 PM, Fkkize wrote:
At 3/13/2016 9:32:16 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
At 3/13/2016 7:28:52 PM, Fkkize wrote:
At 3/13/2016 7:11:18 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
If gravity attracts everything to the center of the earth proportional to its mass, how can liquid exist as an inner layer?

I don't know, why does wood float on water?

Also wood have less density than water does

And here you have the answer to your question.

You are comparing wood with Miles and Miles of solid rock
Rock has more density than lava or water

Do you know how to google?
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3/13/2016 10:13:28 PM
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At 3/13/2016 10:04:40 PM, LittleBallofHATE wrote:
At 3/13/2016 9:55:09 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
If the Earth rotates at the same speed without change, every 24 hours regardless of where it was at compared to the Sun matter-of-factly being completely opposite the sun with the day's not switch to nights every six months?

Are you drinking?

He's got to be.
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3/13/2016 11:48:05 PM
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At 3/13/2016 10:13:28 PM, Fkkize wrote:
At 3/13/2016 10:04:40 PM, LittleBallofHATE wrote:
At 3/13/2016 9:55:09 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
If the Earth rotates at the same speed without change, every 24 hours regardless of where it was at compared to the Sun matter-of-factly being completely opposite the sun with the day's not switch to nights every six months?

Are you drinking?

He's got to be.

And we've got our first ad hominem of the day
"Heck, I probably could have argued better for the flat earth- KthuluHimself"

"Yes, I'm a pseudoscientists; I don't know what an experiment is"-Ramshutu

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3/14/2016 12:00:51 AM
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At 3/13/2016 11:48:05 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
At 3/13/2016 10:13:28 PM, Fkkize wrote:
At 3/13/2016 10:04:40 PM, LittleBallofHATE wrote:
At 3/13/2016 9:55:09 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
If the Earth rotates at the same speed without change, every 24 hours regardless of where it was at compared to the Sun matter-of-factly being completely opposite the sun with the day's not switch to nights every six months?

Are you drinking?

He's got to be.

And we've got our first ad hominem of the day

Insult =|= ad hom m8
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3/14/2016 12:03:00 AM
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I'll accept any challenge that the Earth is not a spinning globe
"Heck, I probably could have argued better for the flat earth- KthuluHimself"

"Yes, I'm a pseudoscientists; I don't know what an experiment is"-Ramshutu

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3/14/2016 2:14:04 AM
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https://youtu.be...
"Heck, I probably could have argued better for the flat earth- KthuluHimself"

"Yes, I'm a pseudoscientists; I don't know what an experiment is"-Ramshutu

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3/14/2016 2:27:23 AM
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A gyroscope holds it's starting axis despite it's container's rotation, even when you sprinkle some magic gravity dust on it. If earth spins 45" every 3 hours, why doesn't the gyroscope follow it's rotation in reverse? Take into effect the earth's revolution around the sun, the sun's motion around the galaxy, and the galaxy's motion around the universe. With a combined speed of over 670,000,000 mph, the gyroscope should flay wildly in every direction.
"Heck, I probably could have argued better for the flat earth- KthuluHimself"

"Yes, I'm a pseudoscientists; I don't know what an experiment is"-Ramshutu

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3/14/2016 4:00:41 PM
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At 3/14/2016 2:27:23 AM, Edlvsjd wrote:
A gyroscope holds it's starting axis despite it's container's rotation, even when you sprinkle some magic gravity dust on it. If earth spins 45" every 3 hours, why doesn't the gyroscope follow it's rotation in reverse?

https://youtu.be...

Take into effect the earth's revolution around the sun, the sun's motion around the galaxy, and the galaxy's motion around the universe. With a combined speed of over 670,000,000 mph, the gyroscope should flay wildly in every direction.

Wow take a basic physics course. Newton's Laws is all you need to see why this is bs.
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3/14/2016 4:05:53 PM
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At 3/13/2016 9:55:09 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
If the Earth rotates at the same speed without change, every 24 hours regardless of where it was at compared to the Sun matter-of-factly being completely opposite the sun with the day's not switch to nights every six months?

I repeat my question: do you know how to use google?

https://en.wikipedia.org...

The roughly 24h refer to mean solar days, not stellar days...
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3/14/2016 4:07:56 PM
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At 3/14/2016 12:03:00 AM, Edlvsjd wrote:
I'll accept any challenge that the Earth is not a spinning globe

Then, what exactly is the shape of the Earth? Explain.
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3/15/2016 4:09:01 AM
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At 3/13/2016 7:11:18 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
If gravity attracts everything to the center of the earth proportional to its mass, how can liquid exist as an inner layer?

The liquid at the center of the earth is molten rock and has a lot of mass. That deep in the earth everything turns into liquid because of the heat.
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3/15/2016 5:12:17 AM
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At 3/15/2016 4:09:01 AM, distraff wrote:
At 3/13/2016 7:11:18 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
If gravity attracts everything to the center of the earth proportional to its mass, how can liquid exist as an inner layer?

The liquid at the center of the earth is molten rock and has a lot of mass. That deep in the earth everything turns into liquid because of the heat.

Solid rock like a mountain has more mass than the thickest lava, shouldn't the mountain have long ago collapsed into the lava? Where the force of pull is much stronger?
"Heck, I probably could have argued better for the flat earth- KthuluHimself"

"Yes, I'm a pseudoscientists; I don't know what an experiment is"-Ramshutu

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3/15/2016 5:25:13 AM
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At 3/15/2016 4:09:01 AM, distraff wrote:
At 3/13/2016 7:11:18 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
If gravity attracts everything to the center of the earth proportional to its mass, how can liquid exist as an inner layer?

The liquid at the center of the earth is molten rock and has a lot of mass. That deep in the earth everything turns into liquid because of the heat.

How did they get the probe though all that lava?
"Heck, I probably could have argued better for the flat earth- KthuluHimself"

"Yes, I'm a pseudoscientists; I don't know what an experiment is"-Ramshutu

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3/15/2016 12:24:30 PM
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At 3/15/2016 5:25:13 AM, Edlvsjd wrote:
At 3/15/2016 4:09:01 AM, distraff wrote:
At 3/13/2016 7:11:18 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
If gravity attracts everything to the center of the earth proportional to its mass, how can liquid exist as an inner layer?

The liquid at the center of the earth is molten rock and has a lot of mass. That deep in the earth everything turns into liquid because of the heat.

How did they get the probe though all that lava?

They reasoned it from magnetic field and seismic data. Basically all this data works in such a way that point to the earth having a molten core. Which makes sense, it would be really hot down there. In order to have a magnetic field earth needs a molten metal core to create it.
http://www.popularmechanics.com...

Seriously you could easily google all this. This is just simple science.
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3/15/2016 12:27:46 PM
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At 3/15/2016 5:12:17 AM, Edlvsjd wrote:
At 3/15/2016 4:09:01 AM, distraff wrote:
At 3/13/2016 7:11:18 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
If gravity attracts everything to the center of the earth proportional to its mass, how can liquid exist as an inner layer?

The liquid at the center of the earth is molten rock and has a lot of mass. That deep in the earth everything turns into liquid because of the heat.

Solid rock like a mountain has more mass than the thickest lava, shouldn't the mountain have long ago collapsed into the lava? Where the force of pull is much stronger?

If the mountain collapsed into the lava, then it would itself turn into lava from the heat. However it really can't because the molten lava is liquid metal which is very very heavy. Plus since it is at the center it is highly compressed which just increases it mass per inch. Molten super-compressed metal is much much heavier than water or rock.
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3/15/2016 1:28:42 PM
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At 3/15/2016 12:27:46 PM, distraff wrote:
At 3/15/2016 5:12:17 AM, Edlvsjd wrote:
At 3/15/2016 4:09:01 AM, distraff wrote:
At 3/13/2016 7:11:18 PM, Edlvsjd wrote:
If gravity attracts everything to the center of the earth proportional to its mass, how can liquid exist as an inner layer?

The liquid at the center of the earth is molten rock and has a lot of mass. That deep in the earth everything turns into liquid because of the heat.

Solid rock like a mountain has more mass than the thickest lava, shouldn't the mountain have long ago collapsed into the lava? Where the force of pull is much stronger?

If the mountain collapsed into the lava, then it would itself turn into lava from the heat. However it really can't because the molten lava is liquid metal which is very very heavy. Plus since it is at the center it is highly compressed which just increases it mass per inch. Molten super-compressed metal is much much heavier than water or rock.

"The terrestrial planets (Earth, Venus, Mars and Mercury), the Moon, two of Jupiter's moons (Io and Europa) and the asteroid Vesta each have a mantle made of silicate rock."
https://en.m.wikipedia.org...(geology)
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