I’ve extolled on the virtues of Clif High many times and I can go on extolling, even if his Web Bots’ predictions don’t always come true. (I’m holding out hope that Bitcoin will see another high in a few months, as they predict!)
This is a recent podcast Clif did on Forum Borealis as part of their Antarctica Unveiled series, which starts off with eight minutes of rare visuals of Antarctica. You can fast-forward through this if you wish to get right to the interview.
I’m running this episode today to continue a conversation I started about the non-mainstream geophysics known as the Expanding Earth Hypothesis, of which Clif High is a proponent. At first glance, this idea seems very farfetched but as you listen to Clif’s explanation starting at minute 11 of this interview, you may agree that it could make sense.
Clif proposes that our Earth does not have a molten core, that our Earth is alive and that its core is plasma, what could be termed a very highly-energetic, electric ‘Sun’. An interesting characteristic of plasmas is that these capture cosmic rays.
He says, “We’re now learning that this cosmic ray barrage that hit us in 2003 not only stripped off 5.5% percent of our physical atmosphere and 15% of its depth but it caused the Banda Aceh earthquake and it may be stated that the cause of that earthquake was an expansion event that occurred as a result of these cosmic rays coming in and being caught by the plasma within the middle of the Earth.
“Then, if we extend that thinking a little bit further, as that plasma grows, there’s something that is around it, which is the rest of the planet and so all this energy coming into the plasma has to do something, because it can’t grow infinitely and so what actually occurs is that energy becomes so condensed, so packed in there, that it actually converts into matter.
“So, it’s the reverse of a nuclear explosion, so to speak and it’s a matter-creation event and those matter-creation events caused the Earth to expand…so, it’s as though we had a rigid shell around an orange. As it’s growing, that shell is going to crack, as the orange grows within it and pressurizes it.”
This is just one of many very interesting topics discussed in this podcast.