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As a common mechanism for the various volcanic phenomena on Earth we point out a severe disobeyance of Poincare's (von Zeipel's) theorem: hot, gas-rich, high-pressure "fingers" (diatremes) can grow out of the boundary layer above a molten domain and thrust their way up from the asthenosphere toward the surface. The isobars of a planet or moon can look like the surface of a bed of nails. Linear arrays of high-pressure diatremes can drive continental motion. Moreover, we hold the tidal torque responsible for magnetic dynamo action.
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