The Earth from hydrogen

Questions of the Earth's structure were always worried by geologists. For example, what is gown and the kernel why so distinct the border between the bark and the mantle? All our knowledge is based on the fact that our Earth "built" mainly from oxygen. And if this is not so and our Earth from hydrogen?.. Back in the 30s, 20 tbsp. academician V.I. Vernadsky suggested that in the depths of our planet there must be hydrogencous compounds.

And if this is not so and our Earth from hydrogen?..

The composition of the earth's crust has been studied rather well. It consists mainly of silicates and oxides - oxygen compounds. Mantle at depths of 100-150 km also consists of silicates and oxides. So the earth's crust and mantle are basically... of oxygen? And what about the core, which occupies one-sixth of the Earth's volume? One hypothesis states that it consists mainly of iron , according to the other in the core silicates and oxides are so compacted that they have passed into a metallized state. It turns out that the Earth is basically really "built" of oxygen?

But, investigating ore-bearing granites, scientists have established that in every cubic meter of a granite melt at least one hundred kilograms of gaseous water. But where does the water in the deep zones where magma are formed? In addition, a lot of water and hydrogen are spewed out volcanoes. And if in reality the Earth consists of hydrogen?..

One of the most amazing properties of hydrogen is the striking ability to easily dissolve in metals. And when combined with hydrogen, the metal passes into a qualitatively new state - a metal hydride - a solid with unique properties. If, for example, the metal hydride is squeezed, it will decrease several times in volume, and the density of the "compressed" hydride will considerably exceed the density of the parent metal. This increases its electrical conductivity.

If the Earth is from hydrogen, then in the very center of the Earth a huge pressure allows metals to form hydrides. At the boundary of the nucleus and mantle, the pressure weakens, and here the temperature rises - the hydrides decompose, releasing hydrogen into the mantle of the planet in the form of a proton gas. This gas seeps through the mantle of the Earth to its surface, along with itself carrying away from the bowels of the planet to its surface and oxygen, which accumulates in the earth's crust, forms oxides and silicates.

But how could the Earth originate from hydrogen in principle? Hydrogen is the most common element of the Universe. And during the formation of our planet from a dust and gas cloud, the metals were abundantly saturated with this gas. Then, during the compaction of the Earth, hydrides began to form in its interior. Even later, when the Earth began to warm up, hydrides on its surface easily parted with hydrogen, which flew to outer space. But the deeper into the interior, the more the saturation of metals with this gas. And now hydrides are preserved only in the center of the planet, being its solid and electrically conductive core.

Assuming that the Earth is from hydrogen, one can explain, for example, the formation of mountains. According to it, hydrogen in the form of a proton gas is released from the hydrides of the earth's core. It easily passes through the mantle. But it passes unevenly, narrow bizarre "corridors". And, accumulating somewhere in the upper regions of the mantle or the earth's crust, saturates the metals contained in them, which, under pressure, seem to contract and in such places the mantle metals decrease in volume. Consequently, the crust of the Earth is lowered. A hollow is formed. Huge masses of terrestrial rocks begin to flock to this funnel. It gradually "chokes". Streams swim on each other, shrink, forming mountains. When the flow of hydrogen from the bowels is weakened, metals, giving up gas, again increase in volume. And the mountains rise even higher!

It is assumed that the bipolar the magnetic field of the Earth has arisen because of the current in the depths of huge currents. But why do these currents arise?

And if the Earth is from hydrogen? After all, the streams of hydrogen leave the core in the form of a proton gas. This is the current! In other words, the planet is a giant galvanic cell. Its negative electrode is the core, and the positive electrode is the Earth's crust. The radially flowing proton gas flows under the action of the planet's rotation deviate in the direction opposite to its rotation, to the west. This deviation is equivalent to the appearance of a closed annular loop through which the current flows. According to the laws of physics, in this case a magnetic field with two poles should appear.