Authors: Savior F. Eason
Comments: 15 Pages.
The nature of earth's core as a multi-particle fusor, comparing it to an apple, and how our planet's center could be an island of stability. Also goes a little into the proof of this, the elements that could be found in our planet's core, why it's so powerful and valuable, the possible economics of this, and how real millennium falcons could come from what we find in our planet's center, technology in quantum physics, and sunlight.
Authors: A.V. Antipin
Comments: 15 Pages. language: Ru
В статье рассматривается вопрос о возможности для Земли совершать «кувырки» в силу «эффекта Джанибекова». Показано, что Эффект Джанибекова ПОЛНОСТЬЮ объясняется классической механикой. Этот эффект является одним из допустимых режимов вращения свободного ассиметричного волчка вокруг средней по величине из трёх главных осей инерции.
Представлены аргументы в пользу того, что такие кувырки не могли происходить в исторический период, т.е. в последние 500 – 1000 лет и, тем более, неоднократно.
\\\ The article discusses the possibility for the Earth to make " somersaults "because of the" Janibekov effect". It is shown that the Janibekov Effect is fully explained by classical mechanics. This effect is one of the permissible modes of rotation of the free asymmetric gyroscope around the average of the three main axes of inertia
Arguments are presented in favor of the fact that such somersaults could not occur in the historical period, i.e. in the last 500 – 1000 years and, especially, repeatedly.
Authors: Adaji John Desmond
Comments: 22 Pages. The work is on Groundwater development
Abuja sedimentary formation is located within the southern part of the federal capital territory which house Abaji and Kwali area councils. This area was investigated for ground water potential using the effect of the rock structures to determine the hydrology components of the studied area. Geophysical method and geological method of exploration involving the vertical electrical sounding was employed to prospect for groundwater in the Abuja sedimentary Formations. Vertical electrical sounding using the Schlumberger electrode array configuration were deployed along traverses within the area. The soundings were conducted at seven locations .The qualitative analysis of the resistivity data identified relatively high conductive regions indicating possible aquifer zones. The quantitative interpretation of the modelled sounding curves delineated between five and seven subsurface layers at different location within the Formation. These layers were inferred to be the top soil, sandy-clay/clayey-sand, laterite and coarse sandstone. The modelled VES curves characterized the topsoil/weathered basement with resistivity range of 4 to 10Ωm with an estimated depth to basement ranging from 45 m to 120m. The results of the study confirm that the VES methods are very suitable for development of groundwater in these communities within Abuja sedimentary formation. Geophysical method combined with geological logging should hence, form an integral part of groundwater exploration programmes in solving problems associated with groundwater prospecting to locate potential aquifers for the supply of potable water to communities within this Formation.
Authors: Jeffrey Joseph Wolynski
Comments: 4 Pages. handwritten notes included
A paper is written to show that during stellar evolution according to stellar metamorphosis, the crustal diameter and the total diameter change in ways not predicted by the nebular hypothesis or plate tectonics. Explanation is provided.