Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Where did the strata come from? Why are rocks layered?

Grand Canyon Layers a Direct Result of Gas 
Deposition in Early Stellar Metamorphosis

Jeffrey J Wolynski
January 16, 2013

Abstract: An explanation of why the Grand Canyon has layers is offered because there is no
explanation in any scientific literature. Their focus is the reasoning to why it is carved out, yet
they ignore why it has layers in the first place.

The layers of the Grand Canyon were made as a result of direct deposition of gaseous
silicon dioxide and hydrogen based molecular gases that have higher ionization potentials, as
opposed to high density hydrocarbons (oil, natural gas, coal) and iron based composites that
deposited in earlier stages of metamorphosis. Deposition is a process in physics when a gas
becomes directly a solid and is an essential process in Stellar Metamorphosis as well as other
types of phase transitions.

We can see this process in the creation of snowflakes from
water vapor being directly deposited in crystalline patterns that fall to the ground and layer
themselves on the Earth. This is known as snow. A crude diagram from the author illustrates this

A picture of a middle aged star that exhibits all of these silicon dioxide gases and
hydrogen bonded gases as they mix and are falling to the inner surface of the star. It should be
noted to the reader to notice the color similarities between the atmosphere of this example and
the colors of the Grand Canyon.


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