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Earth crust deforming force and the Earth crust deformation



Earth crust deforming force and the Earth crust deformation



Congres Geologique International, Resumes 34: 3686



The vertical gravity force of Newton and the lateral attraction force of Newton-Cavendish appearing on the shape of Pascal principle force is the main driving force for the earth crust deformation. The primitive earth is assumed to be center symmetry. The perpendicular gravity force (masses of ice at poles) is the only agent that creates 1/ Pascal principal force that causes the plastic, viscose and melted matters squeeze laterally through its gravity horizon(auto-balance zone) to balance the gravity force of earth body. 2/ Stress distribution on lithosphere (elastic skin) creates two circular stress concentrated rings almost coincides the periphery of ice mass at poles and one tensional ring at equator. At once the constant compression Pascal force inside a major plastic zone, probably Moho zone overcomes to the strength of the lithosphere. The earth crust ruptures on northern hemisphere. From now the continents float in upper mantle. The simultaneous volcanism favored the glaciations. The mountain of ice starts to move while carrying the rotation axe mounting on huge ice mountain. While the ice gradually melts the axe changes its location and wanders but, it is compelled to follow always the point of minimum force of moment for rotation that is under control of ice mass orvolcanic relives. The second earth crust rupture well noticed and defined by Wagener, 1924. The continents (density 2.8) are under lateral press by surrounding ocean crust (density 2.9-3.3). This lateral force contracted the continents consequently caused the oceans spreading and let the magma squeeze out of mid-ocean ridges.

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