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  • Hando Kruuv’s vision : “How our planet Earth was born”

    Posted on October 18th, 2016 Mr. Leo Siemann No comments

    Estonian Inventor Hando Kruuv, known as Da Vinci of Tartu has told me the following story which I will publish on his kind permission.

    “More than half a century ago, the implementation of spectroscopy for the investigation of the components of celestial objects was discussed at a seminar at the Institute of Physics and Astronomy in Tartu. The approaches included materials on spectral analysis results, which indicated that the components of the Sun and the Earth are quite similar and this led to the conclusion that these celestial objects could be relatives. How closely and how such relations could evolve remained a secret and, in my opinion, no solutions has been found that could be considered the truth, or I just have not heard about it. That is why I came up with my own version of my own beliefs, proofs and calculations which I will now present to you …

    According to Wikipedia ( ) , the Sun is 4.57 billion years old. The timeframe from that time to today includes a whole range of stages of development (both gaseous and solid), as well as the period when the inside of the Sun was solid and its surface was liquid and ablaze. As far as we know, the universe was and still is full of wandering “stones”, planets, and comets. All of them move and some also collide every so often. That is what happened to the Sun after its creation in the period from 4.57 until 4.54 billion years ago (within 30 million years), when a celestial object several times larger than the Sun (hereinafter the Collider) rocketed towards it and grazed its surface, knocking off many pieces. Even today, determining the size of those pieces has not been successful (see Figure 1). The pieces might have detached from the Sun in the shape of a fan, also bringing along some of the Sun’s material, or lost their kinetic energy and finished their journey on the Sun.

    Figure 1. Collision of the celestial object with the Sun






    A. The Collider meteorite approaches the Sun. B. The Collider cuts into the Sun’s surface and scatters the material in its way. C. The Collider breaks into pieces and flies into space along with the fluid surface material of the Sun.

    As the Sun was ablaze, its surface was fluid and cloggy and the Collider could have cut a rather extensive amount of candescent and solid material, as well as solid fractioned material from the Sun’s surface, and cast it into the cold universe as a hot “amoeba”. The fact that the pieces of the broken Collider also remained in the composition of the amoeba and became part of its material makes sense. Influenced by surface tension and the force of gravity, the semi-liquid mass soon became a round, yet complex structured celestial object, which stayed in the Sun’s sphere of influence to carry the “secrets” of the Sun, i.e. gold, precious stones, and ores. This created planet Earth approximately 4.57 billion years ago.

    The pieces of the Collider either turned into planets in the solar system or continued their journey into the vast universe. It is possible that the Sun started to rotate as a result of the collision, if it did not do so before. However, it is also possible that the pieces drifted away from the Sun in a straightforward movement and the Sun began to rotate. Therefore, we can hypothesise that some pieces exist in the solar system as planets and orbit the also rotating Sun.

    As the Earth was cloggy and irregularly shaped after the collision, the impact from the collision and the related kinetic energy were more modest compared to other possibly solid pieces, and therefore, its distancing from the Sun was slower and the orbit stayed closer to the Sun. The Earth did not spin on its axis, but faced the Sun with one side – it was candescent but not burning, and entered a cooling phase. The cooling was rather intense, as the Earth did not have a gaseous atmosphere and the cosmic temperature on the dark sides was below –200 °C. In the cooling process, a granite-like crust with a crystalline structure (primarily granites) evolved on the Earth; as a result of temperature changes, the crust began to crumble intensely. Tolerances in the temperature might have reached 1,000 °C, depending on the distance of the Earth from the Sun. The fossils of the solidified surface turned into stone rubble, sand, and dust that covered the Earth.

    When the Earth began to revolve on its own orbit around the Sun and did not rotate, it still faced the Sun with its side once a year during a full orbit according to our estimations. As a result, an intact cooled crust formed on the Earth. As cooling is accompanied by shrinking, the Earth’s crust was pushed up, forming ridges and elevations – known to us as the Ural Mountains at the latitude of 60 degrees east and considered a very old and “worn-out” mountain range.

    Meteorite attacks the Earth

    The Earth had orbited for more than 30 million years when it was randomly hit by a cold wandering meteorite with an approximate diameter of 2,500–3,500 km, according to the surveying of geographical maps. The main component of the meteorite was iron, its mass was very large, and it had a lot of kinetic energy. The meteorite collided with the Earth (according to the contemporary measurement system) at the longitude of 70–100 degrees west and at the latitude of 10–30 degrees north, thus, in the region of the Gulf of Mexico, with the angle of incidence being 35–45 degrees east. At that time, this area was covered with a relatively even crust. The meteorite broke the Earth’s crust, which might have been 10–20 km thick, created a vast hole and crack in it, and pushed away a massive piece of land – Eurasia and Africa. At the same time, the meteorite continued its journey beneath the Earth’s crust, pushing up fragments of solidified crust and leaving behind a hollow, which was filled by the crushed Earth’s surface and solidifying constituent material. This “furrow” became the Mediterranean Sea with its ragged coastline and mountain ranges. As the meteorite was not a regular round sphere, but some angular formation, the contours of the pushed-up crust are segmented.


    As the meteorite was thrusting deeper on its trajectory, it did not leave behind just an open furrow but also pushed up elevations of crushed soil (the Caucasus Mountains, Turkish Highlands, and others) until it reached a latitude of 30–40 degrees north and a longitude of 80–120 degrees east, pushing the already solidified earth material before it and to the sides. The Tibetan Highlands formed. From the moment of touching the surface, the meteorite passed through almost 20,000 km, according to the surveying of geographical maps, and only then, it started to lose its momentum to the extent that it was not able to exit the Earth’s crust. The meteorite pushed up the Earth’s crust and stopped moving at the longitude of 100–110 degrees east. The counter wave resulting from the shock wave moved back to the longitude of 80–90 degrees east along with eastern tectonic plates and stopped. The soil on top of the meteorite was supported and thus did not fall back immediately, but stabilised into the only slightly segmented Tibetan Plateau. Later, when the meteorite began to sink towards the centre of the Earth, the rather stable Himalayas also sank 1–2 km, creating a low “belt” around the highland from Islamabad to Nepal, Bhutan, and Arunachal Pradesh, clearly visible on a map (see Figure 2).

    Figure 2. The areas that were affected by the movement of the meteorite that attacked the Earth. The meteorite changed the shape of the Earth with a shock wave into an ellipse, which regained its initial round shape with the counter wave

    As the final movement of the meteorite considerably consolidated the subsoil of the Earth’s crust by pushing it forward, the subsoil gained the capacity to bear the weight of heavier mountain ranges. The area where the meteorite stopped is called “the Roof of the World” with its mountaintops, such as Mount Everest and others. Due to the meteorite pushing the material forward, it teared cracks into the soil along its path and these cracks no longer integrated. This is how the lakes of Baikal and Balkhash, and many other hollows emerged.

    The volume of the Earth increased by the volume of the meteorite, so the tracks/cracks, such as the Red Sea, the Yellow Sea, and cracks in the northern coast of the continent, could not integrate. In the process of the meteorite movement, compressing forces that emerged in the cooling stage disengaged from the Earth’s crust. As the Earth’s crust was also stretched, the Ural Mountains could sink back down.

    Meteorite knocks the Earth into rotation

    The meteorite transferred its kinetic energy (5.30772 × 1027 J) to the Earth, made it revolve, and stopped inside the Earth at the longitude of 80–90 degrees east and the latitude of 30–40 degrees north. It continued its eastward revolution with the Earth at a speed of 1,668 km/h on its recently emerged centre of gravity, i.e. the axis.

    Earth gets an iron core

    The meteorite began to sink towards the centre of the Earth. Its relative density was approximately 3 times bigger than the relative density of granite, the Earth’s material, so such behaviour was perfectly logical. This is how the Earth got an iron core.

    As a result of the collision of the meteorite with the Earth’s crust, the Earth’s mantle shifted in its entirety 60 degrees east in respect of the centre and then cracked. The emerged crack, as well as the counter wave, which moved the South American continent back towards its initial location, pressed the Earth’s crust together on the western coast and pushed up mountain ranges almost along the entire continent. These mountains have persisted until today.

    This is how the Cordillera emerged at the longitude of 70–80 degreesª west and the speed of movement of the American continent became similar to that of the Earth’s rotation. The movement of America is also clearly visible on a Google map by the ridges and direction of islands in the seabed.

    The hollow and the furrow that emerged at the moment of impact were filled by the Southern American continent that moved about 500–1,000 km north and created a “curve” – the Isthmus of Panama – and abysses crosswise to the initial movement of the continent at the counter wave. This is how seabed abysses emerged in that region. Analogous deviations are also visible on the Asian coast, many Japanese islands, as well as the abysses in the ocean behind those islands (the Mariana Trench

    The fact that the Sakhalin peninsula was separated from the mainland also proves the occurrence of the counter wave. It is also proved by the abyss in the north-south direction in the extent of almost the entire Asian continent.

    A longer aftershock and more extensive movement of continents are not clearly visible on the map. The well-constructed “Lego” seems rather realistic but we cannot exaggerate with the movement of regions and islands, as the Earth’s liquid material, which is in the process of solidification, and solid granite planes form a crust that cannot be easily moved and tends to muffle waves. It is incomparable to the movement of floes on the surface of water.

    The granite crust that is becoming more stiff keeps the Earth’s hot iron core firmly under its mantle. It could be crushed and scattered by a wandering meteorite considerably bigger than the Earth’s core, if it can find the Earth – a few nuclear bombs are not enough.

    Water could emerge on our planet after the surface had cooled down to below 100 degrees. This resulted in an era of succeeding chemical and physical changes. This era also included the emergence of the Earth’s atmosphere, and photosynthesis; the development of flora and the generation of primitive life forms became possible. Seas, lakes, and rivers started to build up, and clouds emerged in the sky.


    Volume of the Earth (presently)*According to Wikipedia 5.97 × 1021tonnes
    Volume of the meteorite (calculated, diameter ~ 3,000 km) 1.62 × 1020 tonnes
    Volume of the Earth before colliding with the meteorite 5.81 × 1021 tonnes
    Meteorite’s diameter ~ 3,000 km
    Meteorite’s relative density (mainly related to iron content) ~ 6 t m3
    Meteorite’s speed ~ 10,127.4 km/h
    Earth’s kinetic energy (the Earth did not rotate and the orbiting speed is unknown) ~ 0 J
    Earth’s rotation speed (according to Wikipedia) 1,668 km/h
    Meteorite’s calculated kinetic energy, which transferred to the Earth 8.30772 × 1027 J


    * The volume of the Earth includes water, even though, at the moment of collision, the volume of water was not included in the volume of the Earth. With the emergence of water on the Earth, the speed slowed down to its current level.

     Hando’s vision has been recorded in Tartu from June-October 2016 and has been digitally signed.


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