The Visible Earths
01- Nazca,Cocos,Caribbean
02- Pre-Cambrian
03- Shields of the Earth
04- Shield Re-assembly
05- Volcanic Activity
06- Hinge Faults
07- Himalayas
08- Juan De Fuca, Gorda
09- Ring of Fire
10- Oceans Closed
11- Earthquake Waves
12- Mirror Plates
13- Interior
14- Continent Reflections
15- Earthquake Paths
16- Object in the interior
17- Magnetic Mirror
18- Full Expansion
19- Contraction
20- Shield Volcanoes
21- Valles Marineris
22- Entry Point of Mars
  The Gas Giants
23- The Gas Giants
24- Asteroids
25- Mercury
26- Venus' Crust
27- Gravity Anomalies
28- Free-Air Correction
29- Rudimentary America
30- Magma Oceans
31- Full Sequence & Notes

26 - Venus' Crust



Venus is one of the larger problems with my hypothesis. It's too big for its place in the timeline.

But its tectonic activity is just as extreme as it should be, the ferocity of it only matched by some of Jupiter's moons.

But to set aside the question of its size and the level of its volcanism for the moment, in terms of the pattern of continent movement I have proposed above, it would be constructive to compare Venus' crust to the configuration of continents that I have plotted on the earlier, corresponding stages of my Earth expansion/contraction model.

Most useful in achieving this are gravity anomaly maps of Venus.

Alan Lambert 2010