Note that, in
the case of opposing mirror plates, the surface, or crustal magnetic
field also mirrors itself.
The world's crustal magnetism actually
mirrors itself in all directions. This, and the reflection of plate
boundaries, is why I regard them in support of an expanded Earth.
I don't believe this would be the case if the continents were moving
on a constant diameter, as any kind of symmetrical patterning can
only emerge if the relative positioning of plates is consistent
throughout different periods. I believe this mirroring of crustal
magnetism is related to influence of the original impact on 'Convection',
the currents of movement in the Earth's interior which are believed
to drive the continents movements, and generate the Earth's general
magnetic field ( see: ptss
). This will be expanded on in future drafts ( see Full
Sequence and Notes )