The Atmosphere & Its Preservation

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To understand the nature of Galearthéan atmosphere, one must first understand the nature of Galearthéan gravity.

In very brief terms, the Galearthéan study of galplanology states that “gravity” is a consequence of:

  • The difference in relative density of mass within the local relative antidensity of space, whereby a vacuum repels a plenum and a plenum repels a vacuum.

A state of “plenum” is the opposite of a state of “vacuum”.

Please read The Law Of Gravity & Its Nature Of A Galearthy for a more detailed seminar on this subject.

Thus and herewith, our atmosphere is held in place by this Galearthéan principle of mutual density. That is to say, the denser layers reside closer to the Earth or plenum, while the weaker layers reside closer to the vacuum of space.

The vacuum of space does not “suck” on our atmosphere, even indoctrinated science will agree with that, instead it is as described, a conversation between a plenum and a vacuum through the Galearthéan principle of mutual density.

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