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04. Sedimentary cover from the Ancient Planet.

A sample of the formation of a sedimentary cover.

The origin of layered horizontal structures of the sedimentary cover of the DP is similar to the formation of glaciers. A prolonged accumulation of precipitation forms thin parallel layers, which are visible on the scrap of the glacier.

Photo-045. Antarctica. Glacier. Flat pristine surface.

Photo-046. Antarctica. Skole edge of the glacier. Shards - icebergs.

Photo-047. Antarctica. The comparative size and shape of the glacier.

Photo-048. Glacier in the Arctic. Interlayers from sedimentary deposits.

The structure of the sedimentary cover of the DP is visible on all continents of the Earth.

The overwhelming number of rocks has a structure of horizontal layers of sedimentary deposits in a deep aquatic environment.

The Ancient Planet had a deep ocean. Tidal deformations of the crust led to underwater volcanic eruptions. The larger the size of the erupted stones, the closer to the source of the eruption they settled. The fine fraction settled and lasted longer and longer from the eruption site. Thus, horizontal layers of sedimentary deposits form on the ocean floor. Thickness in kilometers. The lava flows over the sedimentary cover and freezes. A new sedimentary cover is formed on top of the lava. And all this - horizontal layers:

Photo-049. Wild beach, Broad Balka, Novorossiysk. Sedation cover DP.

Photo-050. Crimea. Sedation cover DP. Overall plan.

Photo-051. Crimea. Sedation cover DP. Close-up.

Photo-052. Carpathians. The Pistynka River. Kosmach. 700 meters above sea level. Sedation cover DP. ( wikimapia )

Photo-053. Keiss Castle, Scotland. Sedation cover DP.

Photo-054. Rock Dan Brist in Ireland. Dan Bristy. Sedation cover DP.

Photo-055. Ireland. Cliffs of moher. Sedation cover DP.

Photo-056. "Jurassic Coast" near Lulworth, England. Sedation cover DP.

Photo-057. Charyn Canyon. Kazakhstan. Sedation cover DP. Erosion.

Photo-058. Charyn Canyon. Kazakhstan. Sedation cover DP. Erosion.

Photo-059. The fallen Earth. Mangyshlak, Kazakhstan. Sedation cover DP. Erosion.

Photo-060. Multicolored rocks Zhangye Danxia, ​​China. Sedation cover DP.

Photo-061. The Kotui River. Putorana Plateau. Siberia. Sedation cover DP.

Photo-062. South Urals, the river Juruzan. Sedation cover DP.

Photo-063.Taimyrsky reserve. Sedation cover DP.

Photo-064. Antarctica. Sedation cover DP.

Photo-065. Montenegro. Sedation cover DP.

Photo-066. The edge of the Karakum Desert. Sedation cover DP.

Photo-067. Timna national park in Israel. Sedation cover DP.

Photo-068. Andes. Erosion of the sedimentary cover of the DP.

Photo-069. Tibet. Erosion of the sedimentary cover of the DP.

Photo -070. Turkmenistan. Sedation cover DP.

Photo-071. The Goblin Valley. USA. The state of Utah. Sedation cover DP. Erosion.

Rocks - the crumpled surface of the sedimentary cover of the Ancient Planet.

During the destruction of the Ancient Planet, the sedimentary cover broke and crumpled. The flat surface of the ocean floor is strongly inclined to the horizon, but has not yet been eroded. The sharp peaks of the rocks are formed by the lateral faces of the broken sedimentary cover.

Photo-072. Mountains of Dolomites, Italy. The flat plateau of the ocean floor is strongly inclined toward the horizon.

Photo-073. Mountains of Colorado. USA. The flat plateau of the ocean floor is strongly inclined toward the horizon.

Photo-074. Rocky Mountains. Alberta, Canada. The flat plateau of the ocean floor is strongly inclined toward the horizon. On its surface, sedimentary rocks are washed down by sediments of water in the gorge.

Photo-075. Tibet. The end part of the crushed sedimentary cover of the DP is visible.

Photo-076. The Northern Cordillera. Lake Peyto (Peyto Lake), Canada. Sedation cover DP.

Photo-077. Southern Cordilleras - Andes. Sedation cover DP destroyed during the destruction of the ancient planet.

Photo-078. Saddle Mountain. Dagestan. Sedation cover DP, crushed during the destruction of DP.

Cracks in the sedimentary cover of the Ancient Planet.

The deformation of the DP cortex led to the formation of cracks that caused accelerated erosion of the sedimentary cover, due to the huge waves that accompanied the destruction of the planet, and then due to precipitation.

Photo-079. East African rift system. The breakdown of the continental slab in the course of the destruction of the Ancient Planet.

Photo-080. A crack in the sedimentary cover of the DP. Kazungula, Zambia. Africa.

Photo-081. The Grand Canyon break in Arizona. USA. A plain surface of the ocean floor is seen, DP, still untouched by erosion.

Photo-082. The Grand Canyon break in Arizona. USA. Erosion of the sedimentary cover of the DP.

Photo-083. Valley of the Toenki River, Krasnoyarsk Territory. Russia. A crack in the sedimentary cover of the DP. A plain surface of the ocean floor is seen, DP, still untouched by erosion.

Photo-084. Karas, Namibia. Sedation cover DP. Erosion. Canyon FISH RIVER.

Photo-085. Table mountains near Cape Town South Africa. Sedation cover DP. Erosion.

Photo-086. The Tysyl Gorge. Caucasus. Sedation cover DP.

Continental plates continue to crackle and now.

Photo-087. The rift in the sedimentary cover of the DP. Wyoming-1. USA.

Photo-088. The rift in the sedimentary cover of the DP. The state of Wyoming-2. USA.

Photo-089. The rift in the sedimentary cover of the DP. The state of Wyoming-3. USA.

Photo-090. The San Andreas fault in California. USA. The cause of the beginning of erosion of the sedimentary cover of the DP.

Photo-091. A crack in the sedimentary cover of the DP. Canyonland Park, in Utah, United States.

Photo-092. A crack in the sedimentary cover of the DP. Mexico.

Photo-093. A crack in the East African rift valley.

In September 2005, a crack appeared in the East African rift valley and was immediately filled with lava.

If the cracks are not filled with lava, they fail in the sedimentary rocks.

Photo-094. Russia. Sakha. Siberia. Crater Batagayka, a view from outer space. ( wikimapia )

Photo-095. Russia. Sakha. Siberia. Crater Batagayka.

Photo-096. Crater Batagayka. Failure in the crack of the lithospheric plate: 120 m. At 1.5 km.

Photo-097. Crater Batagayka. Depth up to 100 meters.

A similar failure of sedimentary rocks in the crack, not filled with lava, can be observed on the cooled fragments of the DP-Mars.

Photo-098. The planet Mars. Crack in the bark and volcanoes.

Photo-099. Failure of sedimentary rocks in the fracture. Mars. Overall plan.

Photo-100. Failure of sedimentary rocks in the fracture. Mars. Close-up. Landslides.

Photo-101. The cause that caused a crack in the cortex of Mars is a large asteroid (a small fragment of the DP).

The same asteroid is the cause of all major volcanoes on Mars.

Photo-102. Volcano Olympus. Mars. Eruption of the molten body of the asteroid.

Earthquakes.

Tidal deformations of the earth's crust, caused by the gravitation of the Moon and the Sun, circle the Earth's surface twice a day. In the new moon and the full moon, the tides from the Sun and Moon coincide, so their values ​​add up.

Tidal deformations cause movements of the broken continental slab DP at the junctions with newly formed bark from basalt.

Photo-103. Map of earthquake localization on the Earth's surface.

Strong movements are short-lived. The surface is oscillated. Fluctuations in the surface lead to the destruction of human buildings.

Photo-104. ZT in the city of Niigata, Japan 1964. Soil softening.

Photo-105. Earthquake in Japan. Koba. 1995-01-17.

Photo-106. Earthquake in Chile. 2015-09-17.

Strong plate movements in the ocean lead to a wave of "tsunami."

Photo-107. Tsunami in Japan , 2011-03-11.

Three structural layers in the lithosphere of the DP.

By the formation time, the lithosphere can be divided into three structural layers.

1. The first structural layer was formed at the stage of the molten planet from liquid magma. Material with different density was divided into different levels, under the influence of gravitational force and Archimedean force. Gases emerge from the magma to the surface of the planet. The atmosphere is forming. The atmosphere condenses water, forming the ocean.

2. The second structural layer was formed upon contact of basalt with water. The granite, 35 kilometers thick, was formed by the contact of basalt with a 68-kilometer-deep ocean of water, due to magma outflows to the planet's surface from tidal deformations in the cortex and a powerful source of heat in the bowels of the planet. Precipitation of volcanic eruptions in the aquatic environment form layers parallel to each other and the surface of the ocean floor. The second structural layer is the continental slab of the Ancient Planet. Her pieces on Earth are continents.

3. The third structural layer is a sedimentary cover of biogenic origin. It is formed in conditions of volcanic calm. There is no land, the entire planet is covered by a hot deep ocean (68 km), there is no erosion.

Photo-108. Kazakhstan. The national reserve Ustyurt. Promoins in the sedimentary cover due to the movement of large water (not rainwater). Left top and bottom right. ( wikimapia )

Photo-109. Kazakhstan. The national reserve Ustyurt. The white strip on the upper right is a section of the limestone layer. Under it, a sedimentary cover formed in the water environment from eruptions of underwater volcanoes, below the sedimentary cover, formed in the water environment from magma outpourings (dark color). ( wikimapia )

Photo-110. Kazakhstan. The national reserve Ustyurt. Sedimentary cover of the second structural type (dark color). ( wikimapia )

05. A sedimentary cover of the Ancient Planet of biogenic origin.

The origin of the Earth, in pictures (345 photos). Part-3.

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