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    Rotes Gesicht Entstehung der Erde, des Mondes und der Ozeane

    Dear Colleagues,

    there is an interesting new hypothesis about the formation

    of the earth, that can explain the origin of terrestrial water

    and early life based upon a new theory of planet formation

    including a new geological explanation for the origin of the

    moon.
    You can read the article as PDF here:


    http://innovative-planetary-science.page.tl/Home.htm

    I do NOT intend to discuss. I just give you an opportunity

    to have a look at some interesting ideas and discoveries.

    If you will like it or not is your own free personal decision.





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    PDF

    aus obiger PDF http://innovative-planetary-science.page.tl/Home.htm

    Planet Formation –
    Formation of the Earth –
    The biogenic origin of the

    early continents of the earth

    “Evolution and Geological Planet Formation”
    S. Eva Nessenius
    2012

    A new understanding of earth-formation on the basis of
    hydrous accretion, a very early chemical evolution and
    biomineralisation as fundamental processes is the key
    to understand the early formation of planets from slowly
    rotating gas-giants in protoplanetary discs.

    CONTENTS
    Abstract
    1. Introduction
    2. Hypothesis:
    2.1. Stage 1: Hydrous accretion and chemical evolution
    2.2. Stage 2: Biomineralisation as fundamental process
    during the formation of the early earth
    2.3. Stage 3: Great rise in oxygen enhancing mineralisation
    2.4. Stage 4: Reef-building organisms and Cambrian radiation
    2.5. Stage 5: Embryonic stages until the cool watery Carboniferous
    2.6. Stage 6: A hot phase in Permian and the emerging of the moon
    2.7. Stage 7: See transgressions and expansion of ocean-floors
    2.8. Discussion: Stage 6 and 7.
    3. Milankovic cycles and reversals of the earth’s magnetic field
    4. Findings from the planet-embryo – morphological and genetic traces
    5. Discussions:
    5. 1. Morphological correspondences
    5. 2. Growing Earth
    5. 3. Emerging of the moon in Permian
    5. 4. Hydrous accretion and biogenic formation of primordial continents
    6. Conclusions
    7. References
    8. Picture credits




    Evolution and Geological Planet Formation
    - the biogenic origin of the early continents of the earth
    S. Eva Nessenius, University of Frankfurt am Main and Heidelberg, Germany
    This work was selected by the S.O.C.-Team of the LMU-University of Munich,
    Germany. Parts of it were presented as poster contribution at the International
    Conference Planet Formation and Evolution of Planetary Systems 2012.
    Danke für dieses sehr interessante Material

    LG Joe
    Geändert von Joe (17.01.2013 um 22:13 Uhr)
    sut Yahusha ilu samesa

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    Lächeln Entstehung der Erde


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    @Momentum nette Theorie, ist in DE schon seid den 20er Jahren in der Forschung bekannt, leider fehlen weiterhin viele Daten um genaueres zu sagen. Was nicht bedeuten soll dies wäre falsch im Gegenteil ich sehe es als eine weitere mögliche Vaiante zur Entwicklung der Erde.

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