Birkeland currents are clearly penetrating "holes" in the atmosphere on Venus, and forming said holes, but there are no large polar holes in the Earth shell in photographs like this one from Apollo 17, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:The_Earth_seen_from_Apollo_17.jpg. I got interested in the idea that the Earth is hollow from the radial expansion, to fit the oceanic basins that cover 60% of the Earth requires a radial increase of sqrt(1/0.4) and the volume increase is sqrt(1/0.4)^3 = 4, a hollow planet resolves the "where did the new mass come from" question.
I have liked the model with a central plasmoid generating the Earth magnetic field because it would naturally form a toroidal magnetic field, amplified through the shell. It seemed like a perfect explanation for what causes the magnetic field of Earth and of other planets. It also seemed to me like the "polar holes" would be caused by the Birkeland current entering through the poles.
Based on the observation of twin polar vortices on Venus (left image below), it could be that the Birkeland currents prefer to enter the Earth crust via two electrical filaments, forming two holes in the crust just like the currents form two holes in the atmosphere of Venus. On the north pole of Mars, that is supported by photographs of the pole (right image below). These holes would be smaller than what the "polar holes" theory often depicts, while still providing a conduit for sun-Earth currents to power a plasmoid in the center of Earth, and conduits for an equivalent "central sun" in other planets.
Given that Birkeland current filaments penetrate the atmosphere on Venus forming two holes in the atmosphere, and that the feature is very similar to the polar spiral on Mars (Thornhill, 2004), is it not very likely that the Birkeland current filaments are also penetrating the crust? Or, would they simply stop after the polar vortices, and spread out along the atmosphere or crust, if so, why form a confined filament into the polar vortices to begin with?
My interrest in "polar holes" is specifically as conduits for electrical currents powering a "core" of Earth, that is electromagnetically attached to the shell, and the source of the radial expansion from increase in "power", as well as the source of increased electric charge of the shell causing a roughly 4-fold increase in gravity" (Hurrell, 2011) and thee decline of large animals over the past 200 million years, alongside the formation of the oceanc basins (Maxlow, 2014).
I speccifically think that the Birkeland currents that are known to enter planets at the poles, could likely be traversing the inside of the planet in a straight line, and if they do so, they would penetrate the shell, and if they do so, they would likely form holes in the shell just like they are known to form holes in the atmosphere on for example Venus. Those holes could be very small, the size is not the important feature, the important feature is the electrical current passing into the interior of th planet.
I would also suggest that matter forms in magnetic compression of the aether around those "central suns", and that there is not at all "scavenging" of matter going on, just the opposite of radioactive decay, what could be called fusion".
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