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Scientists to study “hole” in the Atlantic Ocean’s floor

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« on: August 14, 2008, 09:00:02 pm »

After many of a debate on this subject, only one consistancy surfaces.
Everyone seems to beleive that Atlantis had to be in the Atlantic ocean.

I have looked at Ocean topography, geology, and seismic activity to discover any anomalies.

Work on this led us to suggest that some 50% of the oceanic crust might be reversely magnetized and this in turn has suggested a new model to account for the pattern of magnetic anomalies over the ridges.
The theory is consistant with, in fact virtually a corollary of, current ideas on ocean floor spreading and periodic reversals in the Earth's magnetic field, If the main crustal layer of the oceanic crust is formed over a convective up-current in the mantle at the centre of an oceanic ridge, it will be magnetized in the current direction of the Earth's field. Assuming impermanence of the ocean floor, the whole of the oceanic crust is comparatively young, probably not older than 150 million years, and the thermo-remanent component of its magnetization is therefore either essentially normal or reversed with respect to the present field of the Earth. Thus, if spreading of the ocean floor occurs, blocks of alternately normal and reversely magnetized material would drift away from the centre of the ridge and parallel to it.
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