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Mercury - new or old planet?
« on: March 22, 2012, 16:25:04 »

Mercury - new or old planet?

Is Mercury a new or old planet? I would suggest that scientists will continue to be very surprised about what they discover on, around and in Mercury. The reason is that Mercury is very likely to be a new planet formed in an Electric Universe and not billions of years ago.

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On Wednesday, scientists from the Messenger mission published findings that Mercury had been geologically active for a long period in its history.

Data from the probe shows that impact craters on the planet's surface were distorted by some geological process after they formed.

The findings, reported in Science magazine, challenge long-held views about the closest world to the Sun.

Scientists also presented a new model of Mercury's internal structure, which suggests the planet's huge inner core is encased in a shell of iron sulphide - a situation not seen on any other planet.
Mercury poles give up hints of water ice | bbc.co.uk

They will have to keep changing their models about how or what Mercury is but they will never consider why the theories the models are based on keep getting it wrong ... If at first it does not succeed keep modifying it.


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Re: Mercury - new or old planet?
« Reply #1 on: March 23, 2012, 05:08:30 »
Gary Gilligan in his God King Scenario suggests that Mercury is in fact the metal core of the planet Mars and it will be found to be mostly metal with a 'thin' layer of rock.

Metal Mercury Core of Mars?