It is presently accepted that gravity increases to the center of the earth’s core, which would place a significant gravity well on the head of a pin located at the center of the earth’s core.
It is also accepted that the earth’s core consists of a sold or liquid metallic mass of iron and or nickel.
You have to ask yourself how this situation would affect the structural dynamics of the earth.
This accepted model does not allow for or provide for any distinction between the external dynamics and the internal dynamics, as the increasing gravity to the center of the core is merely a continuation of the external dynamics, which makes it difficult to make a clear distinction between the outside and the inside of the earth, despite the fact that such a distinction does exist.
It is not possible to physically access the internal dynamics of the earth or any other physical body from the outside as any attempt to access the internal dynamics merely extends the external dynamics while maintaining the integrity of the internal dynamics. So digging a hole or breaking something into pieces does not provide any information concerning the internal dynamics.
If we consider the earth to represent a balanced structure it would seem natural that the internal and external dynamics should remain balanced.
Having gravity increasing to the center of the earth would not provide a balanced structure. And it must be noted that we still do not fully understand what gravity is or if it is in fact a force of any kind.
If gravity is merely a dynamic response to an underlying force it is possible that gravity does not increase to the center of the earth, but that gravity actually decreases symmetrically from the surface curve to the center of the earth’s core just as it decreases isometrically from the earth’s surface curve into space.
The question would be to explain the mass of the earth in relation to the bulk of the earth’s mass being located within the inner core?
If the earth is viewed as a dynamic field structure it would seem reasonable to expect that an underlying force of energy would be involved in sustaining and perpetuating the earth’s structural dynamics. And if this underlying force of energy increased proportionally to the center of the earth’s core it would be expected that there would be a significant increase in energy within the core.
Furthermore, if this underlying force of energy was in fact accelerating as Non-linear Time Field Frequency Acceleration focused to the center of the earth’s core we would find the internal dynamics and dimensions to far exceed anything we had previously considered in relation to our standard geometric evaluation of the earths interior.
We would then find that the internal space of the earth was inversely proportional to the external space of the earth, whereby instead of the internal space pinching out close the center of the core it actually expanded in a non-linear fashion. Therefore close to the center of the earth’s core the space would be immense in proportion to our perception of the earth’s linear dimensions.
In other words, it would be impossible for us to determine the radius of the earth simply by using the circumference as our base point.
We would also find that the core of the earth was composed of a gaseous mixture rarefied to the center of the core in the form of hydrogen.
On the basis of this we would also find the earth to be dynamically structured in such a fashion as to provide for a stable field structure.
A deep gravity well at the center of the earth’s core would correspond to the condition of a black hole, where the dynamics work in a reversed order from those of the earth and our neighboring planets, moons and sun.
Externally, gravity causes a falling mass to accelerate in free fall toward the earth’s surface, whereas within the earth the heavy elements are forced to migrate towards the earth’s surface without the acceleration associated with free fall. Therefore the movement of the heavy elements toward the surface is slow and continues as an on going process.
This places the earth’s highest gravity across the surface curve with fluctuations increasing horizontally with distance from the equator toward the poles, vertically with increases in elevation above sea level and with increases in ocean depth measured at sea level.
There is a distinct differential in the gravity of the moon and the gravity of the earth with the moon having the least gravity but having the greater ratio of energy per unit of mass, which is associated with the attraction of other bodies. This is why the moon has suffered such a large number of hits from meteors and asteroids. Gravity has nothing to do with it, as gravity is not itself a force of any kind, but merely a dynamic response to the underlying dynamic force of non-linear time field frequency acceleration, which is always focused to the center of field.
The core of the earth represents an immense energy well which is uniformly focused to the center of the core and as hydrogen has the highest ratio of energy per unit of mass of any known element it is not unreasonable to suggest the possibility of hydrogen being produced within the core, in relation to the transformation of energy to mass.