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Authors: Scalera, Giancarlo 
Title: Can the history of the ether receive new boost from geosciences?
Issue Date: Sep-2019
ISBN: 9788869521188
Keywords: Expanding Earth
History
Geophysics
Physics
Ether flow
Earth's inner heat balance
Cosmology
Subject ClassificationHistory and Philosophy of Science
Abstract: This article is written in honor of my mentor Franco Selleri who has helped to consolidate my awareness of the existence of a medium subtended to ordinary matter, and from which everything comes. From my field, the Earth Sciences, come clues converging on an important role of the ether in the geological evolution of Earth and planets, as well as all the structures of the universe. Paleogeographic reconstructions allow a rough quantitative evaluation of the amount of new ordinary matter that is added to the planet in the unity of time, and the consequent statement of some cosmological consequences and on the inner energy balance of the Earth. The concept of central flow of ether defended here is different from the Lorentian stationary ether, but the two concepts could be made compatible.
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