Sen, Subhasis (1984) Unified global tectonics - a new qualitative approach in earth sciences. Journal of Mines, Metals & Fuels, 32 (1&2). pp. 20-22. ISSN 0022-2755

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On the basis of a new concept of reverse gravity operated in the Earth’s deep interior caused by the superincumbent mass, it has been shown that the Earth has expanded by 2080 km radially along its non-solid upper core. It has been deduced that the superincumbent pressure and temperature at the centre of the Earth is considerably low and the Earth’s inner core is a veritable magnet suspended in the non-solid outer capable of smooth and secular rotation. The original mantle of the condensed Earth was composed of viscous fluid owing to the incorporation of a large quantum of ocean water, which, concurrently with the expansion of the planet, surfaced out from the deep interior along with the ultrabasic magma. The concept of unified global tectonics that has emerged, essentially based on the trend of the Earth’s internal gravity, can explain the major terrestrial phenomena in a rational manner.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Calibration Cell
Depositing User: Dr. Satyendra Kumar Singh
Date Deposited: 14 Apr 2012 09:23
Last Modified: 14 Apr 2012 09:23

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