Commit d6f55087 authored by Lee Kimber's avatar Lee Kimber
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Adds yyptrs and fixes Another history

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title: Links to Non-english sites
date: 2021-07-03 15:06
modified: 2021-10-14 08:58:51
modified: 2021-10-14 19:27:21
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tags: links
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- [Alexander Makhov](https://translate.google.com/website?sl=ru&tl=en&ajax=1&se=1&elem=1&u=http://slavruss.narod.ru/osnown/glawn.htm)
- [http://cont.ws/post/185121](https://cont-ws.translate.goog/@shef2016/185121?_x_tr_sl=ru&_x_tr_tl=en&_x_tr_hl=en-GB&_x_tr_pto=ajax,se,elem) Technology, history and economics
- [http://cont.ws/post/185121](https://cont-ws.translate.goog/@shef2016/185121?_x_tr_sl=ru&_x_tr_tl=en&_x_tr_hl=en-GB&_x_tr_pto=ajax,se,elem)
#### Technology, history and economics
- [https://yyprst.livejournal.com/3602.html](https://yyprst-livejournal-com.translate.goog/3602.html?_x_tr_sl=ru&_x_tr_tl=en&_x_tr_hl=en-GB&_x_tr_pto=nui)
#### Selenadia, frothy blood, fermented humans
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title: Another history of the Earth Part 1g
date: 2017-04-01
modified: 2021-08-11 UTC
modified: 2021-10-14 15:54:51
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tags: catastrophe
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......@@ -8,8 +8,8 @@ authors: Dmitry Mylnikov
from: https://mylnikovdm.livejournal.com/225365.html
originally: Another history of the Earth. Part 1g. - Dmitry Mylnikov - LiveJournal.html
local: Another history of the Earth Part 1g_files/
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status: untagged
summary: When, at the moment of impact and breakdown of the Earth's crust, the outer hard shell of the Earth slips and slows down relative to the molten core, the water of the world ocean continues to move as it moved before the catastrophe, forming a so-called "inertial wave",
status: published
#### Translated from:
......@@ -25,7 +25,7 @@ For a long time I have been receiving letters and comments. In these they send m
![](https://ic.pics.livejournal.com/mylnikovdm/24488457/167166/167166_900.jpg#resizable)
On this schematic map, these small slabs are labeled the Caribbean Plate and the Scotia Plate. To understand that neither the first version nor the second is consistent, let's once again take a closer look at the formation between South America and Antarctica, but not on a map, where the shapes of objects are distorted due to projection onto a plane, but in the Google Earth program.
On this schematic map, these small slabs are labelled the Caribbean Plate and the Scotia Plate. To understand that neither the first version nor the second is consistent, let's once again take a closer look at the formation between South America and Antarctica, but not on a map, where the shapes of objects are distorted due to projection onto a plane, but in the Google Earth program.
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[![](Another history of the Earth Part 1g_files/170520_900.jpg#resized)](http://ic.pics.livejournal.com/mylnikovdm/24488457/170520/170520_original.jpg)
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Thus, the version with a track from a meteorite fall can be discarded as contradicting the observed facts or requiring the coincidence of too many random factors to fit the observed facts.
I personally believe that such an arcuate formation, as we observe between South America and Antarctica, could have formed only as a result of an inertial wave (if someone thinks differently and can substantiate their version, I will gladly discuss this topic with him). When, at the moment of impact and breakdown of the Earth's crust, the outer hard shell of the Earth slips and slows down relative to the molten core, the water of the world ocean continues to move as it moved before the catastrophe, forming a so-called "inertial wave", which is actually more correctly called inertial flow. Reading the comments and letters of readers, I see that many do not understand the fundamental difference between these phenomena and their consequences, so we will dwell on them in more detail.
I personally believe that such an arc formation, as we observe between South America and Antarctica, could have formed only as a result of an inertial wave (if someone thinks differently and can substantiate their version, I will gladly discuss this topic with him). When, at the moment of impact and breakdown of the Earth's crust, the outer hard shell of the Earth slips and slows down relative to the molten core, the water of the world ocean continues to move as it moved before the catastrophe, forming a so-called "inertial wave", which is actually more correctly called inertial flow. Reading the comments and letters of readers, I see that many do not understand the fundamental difference between these phenomena and their consequences, so we will dwell on them in more detail.
In the case of a large object falling into the ocean, even as large as during the described catastrophe, a shock wave is formed, which is precisely a wave, since the bulk of the water in the ocean does not move. Due to the fact that the water practically does not compress, the fallen body will displace the water at the place of fall, but not to the sides, but mainly upward, since it will be much easier to squeeze out excess water there than to move the entire water column of the world's oceans. And then this squeezed out excess water will begin to flow over the upper layer, forming a wave. At the same time, this wave will gradually decrease in height, as it moves away from the impact site, since its diameter will grow, which means that the squeezed out water will be distributed over an ever larger area. That is, with a shock wave, our water movement occurs mainly in the surface layer,
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