# 3.5 - Geologic layers

 From the table of the earth layers all values for n<11 are taken that lie within the earth. There are 62 values at 6355,76 km ==> 102,5 Km per value Then applies to the depth of the detected maxima layers:

 3.5.1 - Equation: Depth = RE – L

 As a physical earth radius is used the mean radius RE = 6371 Km as it is common in physics The geological layers are compared with the values from the mean layer pro-cedure. The following image 3.5.1 shows the layers for: n < 11:

 Illustration 3.5.1 – geologic layers for n<11

 All values of the layer building, by the outer core to the surface, are contained in the earth layers structure. There are more calculated layers than geological layers. A complete list of the layers created and further explanations can be found in "Grid Structures of the Earth's Magnetic Field", Chapter 13, The Earth's Shell Structure, pages 105-114. Greater accuracy can only be achieved if n, i.e. the number of oscillations, is increased. The evaluation is carried out for n < 17. The geological shells are again compared with the values from the middle layer method. The following Figure 3.5.2 shows the layers for n < 17:

 Illustration 3.5.2 – geologic layers for n<17

 All values of the layer building are included in the earth layers structure. There are more calculated layers than geological layers.

 3.5.2 - Theorem: The magnetic layers form the boundaries between two phases of matter.

 With direct comparison of the calcuated layers with the geological layers arises a maximum difference of 14 kilometres for all layers, which corresponds to an inaccuracy of 0.22 per cent. An exception is the core mantle discontinuity with 62 km difference, which corresponds to an inaccuracy by 1 percent. Therefore applies:

 3.5.3 - Satz: earth layer structure <==> earth oscillation structure
 The earth layer structure is equivalent to the Earth oscillation structure.

 Applies exactly:
 3.5.4 - Theorem: earth layer structure ⊂ earth oscillation structure
 The earth layer structure is a subset of the earth oscillation structure.

 3.5.5 - Implication: The geological layers of the earth are representable as an oscillation phenomenon

 Because the layers are at least 3 billion years old, the earth oscillation structure must have been also at that time. The key question is therefore: What is the physical connection between the model of the earth oscillation structure and the forming of the geological layers? We will get the answer to this in Chapter 5.2. Further explanations can be found in the book "Grid Structures of the Earth's Magnetic Field" Chapter 13, Shell Structure of the Earth, page 105.

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