How Mars Changed the Earth (Update)

Geological Evidence

Fig. 1. Subduction zones along west coast of N & S American continents were created by the tidal attraction of Mars above the Himalayas, opening the Mid-Atlantic rift.

Two aspects of the Earth which remain a mystery to geologists are mountain building (orogony) and granite. Several quotes from online sources reinforce this:

“Although orogeny involves plate tectonics, the tectonic forces result in a variety of associated phenomena, including crustal deformation, crustal thickening, crustal thinning and crustal melting as well as magmatism, metamorphism and mineralization. What exactly happens in a specific orogen depends upon the strength and rheology of the continental lithosphere, and how these properties change during orogenesis.”

“For over a century, geologists have been grappling with the problem of how large volumes of molten rock are emplaced within the solid Earth. This problem has still not been entirely resolved. Granite magma must make room for itself or be intruded into other rocks, and several mechanisms have been proposed to explain how large batholiths have been emplaced.

Stoping: The granite cracks the wall rocks and pushes upward as it removes blocks of the overlying crust.
Diapirism: The granite of lower density causes relative buoyancy and pushes upward, warping and folding the rock above it.
Assimilation: The granite melts its way up into the crust, thereby removing overlying material.
Inflation: The granite body inflates under pressure and is injected into position.”

“Granite is the signature rock of the continents. More than that, granite is the signature rock of the planet Earth itself. The other rocky planets—Mercury, Venus and Mars—are covered with basalt, as is the ocean floor of Earth. But only Earth has this beautiful and interesting rock type in abundance.”

Deccan Traps
The Deccan Traps on the coast of southern India are a geological time-machine covering 3687 to 687 BC. The lower-most layer contains the iridium spike indicating the K-T extinction of the dinosaurs. Each of the one-hundred ~ 20-meter ‘steps’ or layers was lava drawn to the surface from the upper mantle (asthenosphere) by the tidal effect of Mars during each 14.4-year kalpa when in a geostationary orbit above the Himalayas. The periods between the kalpas were 15.6 years, resulting in cycles of 30 years. The geological significance of the Deccan lies in the large volume of rock, 264,000 cubic miles, erupted in 3,000 years (100 kalpas) and the separation of the deposits into ~20 meter layers. The large volume and unique equal layering of the Deccan rock is a clue pointing out the cyclic effects of the tidal drag of Mars which lie hidden beneath the continents.

The slowing of the lithosphere during each kalpa, causing it to move westward at 24-km/hr relative to the asthenosphere, the liquid layer at the top of the mantle. The layered Deccan rock is basalt, a low silica volcanic rock, but the asthenosphere is a high silica content mineral, rhyolite. The difference was due to the dissolving of much of the silicate as the lava rose through the Indian Ocean and its rapid crystallization.

Layered Plutons
This same motion continuously supplied fresh asthenosphere, great volumes of silicate rhyolite, which rose up unseen beneath the continents where they were shallow, during each kalpa. Geologists today call them plutons. These cooled more slowly beneath the continents in the absence of water, and the expansion of the low density granite crystals raised the surface even higher. The beautiful granitic rocks are found only within the continents of the Earth. Further proving this picture, advanced seismic measurements are revealing that although plutons are homogeneous, they formed incrementally, in layers, just like the Deccan Traps. Thus, the reason that Mars had to be released after each 14.4-year capture for 15.6 years was to allow the granite crystals to form increasing the raising of the granite mountain ranges that are unique to the Earth, providing more land where life could propagate. This short period of orogeny between 3687 and 687 BC.created all the granite mountain ranges found only in the continents of the Earth. Geologists believe granite was emplaced hundreds of million years in the past.

Subduction of Oceanic Plates
Mars’ tidal drag slowed the rotation of the entire lithosphere as a unit, causing a westward motion of the continents relative to the mantle. The more horizontal tidal force of Mars on the North and South American continents caused them to move west even faster, opening up the Mid-Atlantic rift, causing subduction zones along the western edge of both continents and building the North and South American Cordillera. The same force compressed the Pacific plate, producing the Pacific Rim of Fire. Geologists believe these events occurred 80 to 55 million years ago. Geologists do not yet understand that the current plate motions are left over from the geologically recent Mars encounters.

Mid-Atlantic Ridge
Mars, stationary above the Himalayas, increased the distance between the North and South American and Eurasian and African continents. Evidence of this is present as the mid-Atlantic ridge which sits atop a geologic feature known as the Mid-Atlantic Rise – a progressive bulge that runs the length of the Atlantic Ocean, with the ridge resting on the highest point of this linear bulge. As  explained above, this bulge is the result of upward convective flows of the asthenosphere filling the gap created by Mars’ attractive force on the American continents. Geologists date its origin in the Triassic, over 200 million years before the present. but the ancient texts explain that all of these changes in the world occurred during the Vedic Period 3687 to 687 BC.

Mars zircons confuse dating

The entire crust of the Earth comprises rocks, soil, and vegetation blasted from Mars between 3687 and 687 BC. As a result, dating based on U-Pb (in zircons) from hundreds of Martian volcanoes give the age of the much older planet, not ages of the Earth. What should be used is radio-carbon dating, which is useful for  the Vedic Period (3687 to 687 BC).

Job 38:04-10 Where wast thou when I laid the foundation of the Earth. Declare if thou hast understanding. Who hast laid the measure thereof, If thou knowest? or who hath stretched the line upon it? Whereupon are the foundations fastened? or who laid the cornerstone thereof; When the morning stars sang together, and all the sons of God shouted for joy?

Or who shut up the sea with doors, and it brake forth as if it issued out of the womb? When I made the cloud the garment thereof, and thick darkness a swaddling band for it, And brake up for it my decreed  place, and set bars and doors, And said Hither to shalt thou come, but no further: and here shall thy proud waves be stayed?

 

~ by Angiras on June 27, 2018.

 
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