The core isn't a "boring blob of iron" after all. Earth's "solid" inner core might actually be a bit mushy, researchers now find.
Seismological data shows different zones of density within the Earth which match the description of Earth's interior given us by Jesus in Luke 16:19-31, the parable of the rich man and Lazarus.
Gravitational time dilation (GTD) was originally conceived of as a way to understand how the rate that time passes increases as we go further away from the Earth. But what if we go down into the Earth?
Jesus describes the internal structure of the Earth in the parable of the rich man and Lazarus. We use this passage to understand that sheol includes a chamber in the lower mantle which overlooks hell.
There are two sources of physical evidence that the expansion of hell is the cause of global warming. The first is establishing the size and location of hell from seismological data.
The parable of the rich man and Lazarus is one of the most harrowing in the Bible, that is, if it hadn't been softened by spaghetti theology. It's a conversation with a man who's burning in hell.
If P-waves (sound waves) travel in straight lines then why are the lines depicting their paths through the interior of the Earth curved in the popular science interpretation of data from seismic waves (SciPop)?
The testimony of Jesus Christ establishes that there's a great gulf of open space inside the Earth. It's described in the passage known as the parable of the rich man and Lazarus (Luke 16:19-31).
There was a time when we stopped using the phrase cluelessness event horizon because we thought that it was needlessly judgmental. Sadly, it serves such an essential function that it's here to stay.
With a few pieces of information we can take what we know about the Earth today and deduce what the Earth was like in the past. This is the alternative to using Uniformitarianism to assume that things were the same in the past.