Miles Mathis' Theory: Macrocosm COLD PLANETARY POLES © Lloyd In the field of the Earth, data from both atmospheric tests and from quantum experiments indicates that photons outnumber antiphotons by about 2 to 1. This is what we find from pair production photos like this one: See my paper on pair production for more on that. Closer to the Sun, photons predominate by 4 to 1 or more, which is why Mercury's south pole is 4 times larger than his north pole. So, due to linear momentum, charge coming in at the poles tends to make the Earth a bit smaller, and charge going out at the equator tends to make the Earth a bit larger. The radius at the equator is greater due to photon pressure from within. And the Earth is flatter at the poles due to photon pressure from without. The angular momentum of the photons is transferred to the Earth in collision as well, causing spin. Since I have shown we have more photons than antiphotons, we must have more flattening at one pole than the other. The south pole has a fraction more flattening than the north pole, and this is the cause. The south pole is being flattened by the same cause that obliterates the nearside crust of the Moon: charge photon bombardment. If you prefer the current answer to greater radius at the equator, consult the current answer for an explanation of more flattening at the south pole. The Earth's angular momentum obviously can't answer that one, nor can centrifugal forces. If you take that last link, you will find that we also have a small bulge at the north pole. Yes, the Earth has more matter than antimatter (though it does have antimatter). This means that anti-photons are coming in at the north pole, there meeting a body composed of matter. The flattening effect of the incoming particles is lessened, since they don't have an angular component to their momentum. This makes the local surface seem to rise relative to the area around it. … Nothing in mainstream theory can begin to explain icecaps on Mercury. If Mercury is recycling charge like the Earth and Sun and galactic core and protons, then he must be taking in photons at the poles, by the normal method I have diagrammed dozens of times already over the years. Since these photons are moving the reverse direction of emitted photons (in rather than out), they cause cooling rather than warming. In other words, if emitted charge photons are defined as heat, then photons coming in must tamp down the emission. Tamping down heating is the same as cooling. It is this intake of charge that acts to prevent heat at lower latitudes on Mercury from moving up to the poles. The incoming photons block this movement by straight bombardment. I have also proposed, in my models of the Earth, that because the IMF (interplanetary magnetic field) is composed of more photons than antiphotons, more charge must enter the south poles of normal planets (except Venus). I have recently used this fact to explain higher terrestrial temperatures in the north, more magnetic activity, more storm activity, more hurricanes, and so on. On both the Earth and Mercury, more charge comes in via the south pole. This south charge is then emitted heaviest 30 o north