Authors: Fran De Aquino
Comments: 7 Pages.
Here we show how in the early Earth, a matter column, which extended from the Earth’s surface down to near the upper boundary of the outer core, it was vaporized due to a suddenly increase of temperature greater than 8,367°C, and after ejected of the Earth by the enormous pressure at the bottom of the mantle (~136 GPa), forming posteriorly the Moon.
The non-discharges geothermal wells have been a main problem in geothermal development process and well discharge stimulation is required to initiate a flow. Air compress stimulation is one of the methods to trigger a fluid flow from geothermal reservoir. The result of this process can be predicted by using by Af/Ac method  but sometimes this method show uncertainty result in several geothermal wells and does not take into account the time required for the process. This paper presents a simulation model of non-discharges well under air compress stimulation to predict well behavior and time process required. The component of this model
consists of geothermal well data during heating-up process such as pressure, temperature and mass flow in water column and main feed zone level (based on several geothermal wells). One-dimensional transient numerical model is run in the Single Fluid Volume Element (SFVE) simulator  and the input data is read in to
model. Based on simulation result, the geothermal well behavior prediction after air compress stimulation will be valid under two specific circumstance such as single phase fluid density between 1 – 28 kg/m3 and above 28.5 kg/m3. The first condition shows that successful well discharge and the last condition represent failed well discharge after air compress stimulation (only for two wells data). Discharge time is
about 80 s or less, which is too short compared to a couple hours as observed field data. This models need to improve by updating more geothermal well data and modified fluid phase condition inside the wellbore.
Authors: Reginald t Cahill
Comments: 11 Pages.
During the last decade the existence of space as a quantum-dynamical system was discovered, being first indicated by the measured anisotropy of the speed of EM radiation. The dynamical theory for space has been under development during that period, and has now been successfully tested against experiment and astronomical observations, explaining, in particular, the observed characteristics of galactic black holes. The dynamics involves G and alpha- the fine structure constant. Applied to the earth this theory gives two observed predictions (i) the bore hole g anomaly, and the space-inflow effect.The bore hole anomaly is caused by a black hole (a dynamical space in-flow effect) at the centre of the earth. This black hole will be associated with space-flow turbulence,which, it is suggested, may lead to the generation of new matter, just as such turbulence created matter in the earliest moments of the universe.This process may offer a dynamical mechanism for the observed expanding earth.
Authors: Herbert Weidner
Comments: 6 Pages.
Precision measurements of the 0S0 frequency after eleven earthquakes in the years 2001 to 2011 by fifteen superconducting gravimeters show that this resonance frequency of the Earth has temporarily changed greatly. In addition to a slow drift there are also wide frequency jumps.