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scott_sieger

I read this theory somewhere and wondered why it's logic isn't acceptable to physicists. Maybe you can help me in answering this question. It seems so simple to me.

here it is

"Gravitational differential.

The earth and the sun share an attraction called gravity.

The earth is always in the sun light therefore as the planet spins it is always heating up and cooling down. Sunrise and sunset happening continuously.

The temperature differential being say approximately 20 degrees C....

We know that as mass cools it increases it’s density. We infer that an increase in density also increases the mass’s gravitational attraction.

So therefore on this continuous sunrise (horizon) is a gravitational differential which means that the sunrise ( cooler – more dense) is more attractive than the sunset (Hotter)

This differential imparts a torsional effort on the planet thus generating it’s rotational state."

The logic not the theory is what i am questioning.

The logic of a continuous event horizon and differential attractions

thanks

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