Where does the heat on earth comes from?

heat on earth
Recently I listened once again to part 1 of the Humanity Unplugged podcast of Thomas Williams.
This is one of the things he said:

Given the reduced activity since construct collapsed suggests our Sun was part of the construct also, I always knew it was not as it appears from a young age, I used to stare at it and as I observed it, I did not see it as a ball in the sky, but I could see it as a hole in the sky, when I lowered my focus on it, I could peer into the sun and see the black spot in the center, at that age I thought everyone saw it that way, but was not until later years I was told absolutely not, what you were observing was the singularity of the portal, it hass a cone shape on either side of the singularity, and where space travel between the various galaxies actually takes place, this is where the wave is coming through.

This got me thinking, well is it possible the sun is not our source of heat then? as always puzzled me as to why when you take off on a plane, why does the temperature drop? you have left the planet but it is now colder? astronauts tell us space is much colder again, so the further you go out from the planet the less heat you experience.
So I thought again, the only solution to that is, the heat is coming from the planet itself, a hot inner sun, which can also double as the engine for space travel, when we relearn how to operate it, why go in crafts with the few, when you can go with an all purpose built planetary craft, as I understand it this planet was originally created in Ursa Minor and brought here.
You dont think that is possible? look at the moon, look at Phobos (aka death star) and Diemos both around Mars, both have fixed orbits that defy all laws of science, with only one side only facing the planet, plus you have two satellites of Saturn, Janus and Epimetheus, sharing the same orbit.
They are about the same distance from the planet and orbit at about the same speed. However, they never overtake each other or collide. Technically, astronomers say that they are in a “1:1 orbital resonance,” or “horseshoe orbit.”
These cannot be explained away as some anomaly, because they are not, they were driven there, as in hollowed out craft and placed in specific orbits, for specific purposes, none of which was beneficial to us.
Back to our heat source and earth, out of the north pole comes a torus field looks like an apple and it goes down to the equator, out of the south pole is a torus field that goes up to the equator, so both torus field meet at the equator, now if correct, the source of those torus emanating from vents at each pole is carrying heat, it then explains why the equator is the hottest region of this planet, the northern and southern lights seen at both poles is the elements from the inner heat source coming from within the planet itself.
Remember our planet is stated to be 23* off center, so if the sun was the heat source the equator would not run around the center of the globe but would be angled at 23* and would be in a wave pattern to resemble the wobble the earth does, due to being off center.”

This piece got me thinking. Heat is always the result of the conversion of some form of energy. Heat it self can not travel without a carrier. Because heat is caused by the movement of molecules. In space there are not enough molecules to pass on the heat of the sun.

Actually the sun is in a sense the source of the heat on earth.
Have you ever noticed that sound travels easier at night than during the day? What is absent at night which is not during the day? Right, light. So, could it be that those light photons have a mass? Could it be that light makes molecules of air to move and thus cause heat because of the friction of those molecules?

As you all know, the light rays from the sun bounces off the planet’s surface. Mostly in an angle. What happens to the molecules on the location where that light bounces off straight up? How hot will it get? And what about on the earth’s poles?

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