Summary of NOR 4 - Viaje al centro de la tierra con retorno por la falla de San Andrés.

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This video discusses the various layers of the Earth and how they were formed. It also covers the 1906 San Andreas earthquake and how it is related to the current situation in California. The video ends with a discussion of how the Earth is designed to be hospitable for life.

  • 00:00:00 This video discusses the origins of the universe and our planet, and asks questions such as "What is our purpose in life? Is there a future?" The presenter thanks God for allowing them to connect to a video series on the topic, and invites viewers to invite their friends and family to a conference on Saturday to learn more about our origins and destiny. There is also a speaker from the Geography Department of a film school, Luciano, who gives a short presentation on the importance of the church in Tepic. Finally, the presenter introduces their student, Alfredo, who will also be speaking at the conference.
  • 00:05:00 Doctor Luciano González, a professor of mathematics and earth sciences at the University of Montemorelos, is the presenter of today's video. He discusses the significance of San Andres' fall, and how it has relevance to current issues affecting Mexico and other regions around the world with regards to earthquakes. He also speaks about his work in geology and mineralization processes, and how his research is ongoing. Finally, he asks the audience to please return to the screen and ask him a question.
  • 00:10:00 This video features a discussion of the San Andres fault, which is a geological fault that runs through central Chile. The talk also covers the effects of this fault on the earth's surface and interior. The speaker then introduces the speaker of the main talk, doctor Luciano, who will be giving a talk on the topic of "Viaje al centro de la tierra con retorno por la falla de San Andrés."
  • 00:15:00 The video discusses the 12.226 meter deep Russian Pozzo Mjolner, which is the deepest man-made hole ever drilled. It also mentions the 6.378 kilometer average distance of the Earth's surface, and how the radio telescope in Hawaii can see further than any other. The video then compares this to the 12.23 meter deep stromboli volcano in Italy, which is the deepest man-made hole ever drilled.
  • 00:20:00 This video presents some of the discoveries made about the Earth's interior by scientists. The Earth has a central, solid, metallic core and an outer liquid layer. The outer liquid layer is composed of iron and nickel materials. The video also discusses the Earth's pressure and temperature.
  • 00:25:00 The video discusses the rotational force, known as the geodinamic effect, which creates a phenomenon called the Earth's field, which in simple terms refers to the external layer of the Earth that is known as the magnetic field. The Earth functions as a giant magnet, and this magnetic field is vital for us, as without it, life wouldn't exist. According to some scientists, the Earth may have formed through a process of chance and luck over time, but characteristics like this, such as the Earth's magnetic field, are evidence of intelligent design. In addition, the mantle, which is the layer of the Earth after the external layer and before the core, is composed of mainly silicates and other lightweight minerals. The continental crust, where we live, has a thickness of 40-70 kilometers and is thicker on the continents than at sea level. It has a lot of oxygen and silica, and can have a thickness of 60-70 kilometers and contain a lot of iron and aluminum. The oceanic crust, where we live on the bottom, is much thinner than the continental crust and can be as thin as 8-15 kilometers. It is heavier because it is composed of a rock called basalts, which has a lot of iron and magnesium.
  • 00:30:00 This investigation has found that the Earth is composed of many young men who know that the crust is composed and that good. You undoubtedly have heard speak of the tectonic plates. Well, I'm going to compare it with a boiled egg. When you break the eggshell and leave it attached there are those segments, those are the tectonic plates that compose the planet. And that's the red substance we call the "solar system" is a lubricant on which the tectonic plates move. That configuration, friends, makes me think of certain design processes that the Earth can have and this is a reference flat of what is happening in a sphere see if those tectonic plates were treated as a plan, it would have something like this. And the lines are the borders between the tectonic plates. See us, for example, those in America in North America in Mexico. We are in the North American plate. Those who are there in Puerto Rico, the Bahamas, Haiti, all that is in the Caribbean plate. Here we have the Cocos plate that is causing recent problems. I'm going to tell you why. It's closer to the surface. The Rivera plate, which is so small on the map, but brothers in T
  • 00:35:00 The video discusses how the Earth's crust constantly renews, with magma slowly ascending from below and solidifying a part of it goes to the right, while another part goes to the left. This is happening here on the Earth's dorsal surface, in the Atlantic Ocean. As for the Rosa Maris Pacifica, it's made up of 60,000 to 70,000 kilometers of oceanic crust. So, the land is like a baseball with the seams that you put on the sides--not those are the seams of oceanic shells. I'm not going to talk about the Flood here, but it's possible that Biblical stories describe events happening on two oceanic plates--the Atlantic and Pacific--breaking apart. This is a more or less consensus among Christian geologists, but it's not the topic of this talk. Another time maybe I'll talk about the Diluvio. For now, I'd like to talk about some social media oceanic topics. Oceanic social media networks don't have a mountainous chain with 70,000 kilometers of length. They can start forming from diverging continents, just like you'd learn in a geology textbook. Right now, the African continent is splitting in two
  • 00:40:00 This video explains the process of plate tectonics and the formation of mountains. It also discusses the San Andreas Fault, which is a dramatic example of how two plates can collide and form a mountain.
  • 00:45:00 The North American plate is moving southward, as is evident from the right-hand placard indicating movement towards the south-east. The speed at which it moves is proportional to how fast your fingernails grow - this is how the Pacific Plate is moving towards the north-west. Over time, the boundaries between the two plates become increasingly visible - this is known as the "falla de San Andrés." In 1906, a seismic event shifted the boundary between the two plates, moving the North American one southward towards the south-west. This has caused frequent earthquakes in California - one of which, the "Big One" in 1906, was very powerful. In this video, Rafael San Andres, a rancher in California, tells the story of how he discovered the falla de San Andrés - an event that has shaped California history in a significant way.
  • 00:50:00 This video discusses the 1906 San Andreas earthquake, which had a magnitude of 8.7. The quake was centered near Chiapas, Mexico, and caused widespread damage. Today, experts know that this type of earthquake is inevitable, as the tension between different plates on the Earth's surface gradually builds up until it's finally released. The trip back to San Diego from the San Andreas Fault may be very traumatic for some, as the Big Juan earthquake could be quite destructive, measuring 8-9 on the Richter Scale. It's an event that should not be taken lightly, as some experts believe it could be even more devastating than the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake. As for this video, I wanted to share a picture I took of the San Andreas Fault back in the day. Notice how the distance between the Pacific and North American plates has since grown considerably, and how you now have to pay to walk near the fault lines. I invite you to watch the video to learn more about this fascinating subject.
  • 00:55:00 This video explains how liquid water waves travel differently than solid waves, and how this affects the boundary between the liquid and solid parts of the Earth. If you reach a point where the two waves no longer overlap, then it is likely that the area you are in is liquid. If it is more solid than liquid, the waves travel faster through the solid. In this way, scientists have discovered principles of physical science that help them understand the acoustics and seismology of the Earth's interior. Finally, the video provides an overview of Job's experience, and how it might help us to understand why the Earth was designed to be hospitable for life.

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In the video, Doctor Luciano González discusses the origins of humans on Earth, with a focus on the challenges and fears that humans experience. He encourages viewers to remember that God created not only the universe, but also Earth as a special place for humans to live, with that belief accompanying our lives.

  • 01:00:00 Doctor Luciano González gives a presentation on the origins of humans on earth, discussing the challenges and fears that humans experience. He encourages viewers to remember that God created not only the universe, but also Earth as a special place for humans to live, with that belief accompanying our lives. Alan is present to offer his comments, and Rosario from Loreto in Baja California Sur is also present. Audrey from Chile and Andrés from México also give comments. Javier Durán Luna from Tepic, Mexico, talks about how he enjoys listening to the show. Lidia Cristina González from Montemorelos, Mexico, blesses the audience. Olivia from Hermosillo, Sonora, and Suri Corona from México offer their blessings as well. Andrómeda Elizondo from México and Concepción from Montemorelos offer their thanks, and Miqueas from Concepción's hometown of Miquelon joins in.
  • 01:05:00 In this video, Doctor Luciano explains that there is a fracture in the Gulf of California, and that the area is a zone of separation between tectonic plates. The video then shows a video of a boat passing by the area. Later, Franco Pérez Julián and Héctor Miguel from Sinaloa talk about the health of their families, while Florentino Martínez from Chiapas shares his thoughts on the current political situation in Mexico. Finally, Esperanza Díaz and Suri Corona from Tamaulipas talk about the upcoming Congressional meeting.
  • 01:10:00 The video talks about how, according to some scientists, the interior of our planet is not a hospitable environment for life, at least for life that we know of. It seems that we are more interested in flying than digging, and it is easier to fly than dig. Linda Vista University is one of the three Adventist universities in Mexico, and it is located in the state of Chiapas. It is correct. As it is, very well. Next, we have María Rosa Pérez from Bucaramanga, Colombia. She wants to say a few words to the viewers. She says that, while her topic is very interesting, what she really wants to say is that God blesses everyone. Danny Arti then gives a magisterial presentation on the use of family-owned baseball equipment. All of it is very delicious. Finally, we understand better the concepts and processes of tectonic engineering by looking at examples like these. Thank you, Dani Germán, for this excellent example from Peruvian Unión University, God bless their ministry. I want to talk about Germán and also how he is a great friend at the Juliaca Campus Peruvian Unión, as he says he also has an initiative there
  • 01:15:00 The video discusses the theory that the current configuration of continents was caused by a cataclysmic event, referred to as the Diluvio. The geologist Rafael Ortega discusses the various processes that led to this event and how it occurred over millions of years based on biblical doctrine known as Uniformism. If this theory is accepted, it would mean that the current state of the continents was caused by an immense energy release. While this may be true, it is possible that this event also broke apart Pangea, the original landmass. Remember, this is a theory that is still being debated by many scientists.
  • 01:20:00 The presenter discusses how fractures in the earth's surface might have led to the creation of diamond deposits, and how other geological processes also produce mineral wealth. He also mentions how missiles falling into the ocean could potentially impact the cycle of rocks and minerals. At the end of the talk, the presenter thanks Luciano for his interesting presentation and tells the audience that the book he is working on will explain these processes in more detail. Braulio, the educator's assistant, then speaks about how beautiful the final thought is that God created the sky and the land. Jesus Ramírez, the presenter's friend from Mexico, also cheers in from Monterrey. Audrey Perla, a friend from Sonora, is also seen in the audience.
  • 01:25:00 In this video, Luciano discusses how Mexico experiences earthquakes, specifically how the country is prone to them due to its location on the subduction zone of the Cocos and Pacific plates. He goes on to explain that the process of subduing the Cocos plate under the South American plate is a very special one, and that it is happening in Mexico. Mexican geologists say that because Mexico doesn't have two equal sides, earthquakes happen there as well. However, Luciano points out that the topic of his talk, subduing, is also being covered in a presentation he will be giving in Houston next month. He thanks everyone for their participation, and introduces Crescencio, the organization's Executive Vice President. Crescencio's mission is to unite people of all backgrounds around the issue of origins, and this meeting was a great way to start. Finally, everyone bids farewell and thanks Luciano for his participation.
  • 01:30:00 The presenter is traveling to the center of the Earth, and returning via the San Andres fault. They thank the audience for their kindness, and say that next Saturday they'll be broadcasting from Lindavista University, in Tepic, Mexico. They hope there won't be any problems with transmission. The doctor Juan Manuel Garcia will speak about the eye, and other topics at a conference that same day. They invite the audience to listen to them from there, and learn together about God's creation. Thank you once again, and see you next Saturday on Umtv's Origins and Revelations program.

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