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Expansion Tectonics

The earth is definitely expanding or growing. The most obvious evidence is from the seafloor ages as described by the National Geophysical Data Center and NOAA Satellite and Information Service (http://www.ngdc.noaa.gov/mgg/image/crustalimages.html) It is easy to see that expansion happening all over the globe in all directions. Plate tectonics says that the Pacific is "different" in that the sea floor that is know to be growing is be eaten up (subducted) around the Pacific rim. The evidence for this is shaky at best.

There are many problem the current (and newer) plate tectonic theory cannot explain including the fact that when you take away the seabed floor piece by piece in reverse order of its age, that all the continents fit together with little or no modification. "Expansion" tectonics is now going through a renaissance with many geologists around the world looking towards expansion tectonics for predicting where new oil fields are located, and where and when earthquakes will happen.

The biggest questions people have are two-fold with expansion tectonics: 1) what is causing the expansion, 2) where did the water come from and why wouldn't the earth be all covered in water 200 million years ago when the planet was smaller.

Although there are numerous theories as to why mass expands, one particular hypothesis is actually quite easy to follow. The earth's core is a nuclear furnace like the Sun's and it was a critical mass attained in this thermal nuclear reaction around 200 million years ago that started to increase the volume of the earth's core, cracking and expanding the continent shell resulting in the new seafloor and seafloor ages we see on the NOAA map.

Being a core like the sun, there are well-known processes make larger and large atoms with immense heat and pressure inside the earth. Water, methane, and oil are produced inside the earth over time so there was less water 200 million years ago and lots of shallow lakes. This solves the big problem with plate tectonics of where water came from on earth - not from comets (which some say are fiery), but from within. Oil by many is now considered to be most all produced from inside the earth, and not from fossils (which account for only a small part of oil).

Finally, expansion tectonics explains the "moving" of the South Pole very cleanly (see http://www.jamesmaxlow.com). Its position is well known during the last 200 million + years and can easily be explained by an expanding earth.


Scientists (86)

Dr. Giancarlo Scalera
Geologist
Interests: Expanding Earth

Nationality: Italian
Books: 1
Abstracts: 15
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Prof. Karl W. Luckert
Interests: Expanding Earth

Nationality: German
Books: 1
Abstracts: 2
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Dr. Allan V. Cox
(Deceased)
Interests: Expanding Earth

Nationality: USA
Abstracts: 1
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Ciechanowicz, Stanislaw
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De Hilster, David Scott
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Books (35)
Global Eduction Tectonics of the Expanding Earth

by Yury V. Chudinov

Pages: 201
Publisher: VSP
Year: 1998

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Education Concept of Earths Expansion: Main Grounds, Space-Geodetic and Paleomagnetic Evidence, Metallogenic Consequences

by Yury V. Chudinov

Pages: 166
Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers
Year: 1999

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A Philosophy of the Expanding Earth and Universe
     (1985) by Samuel Warren Carey, 127 pages, Published by Hobart, Rev. Edition
A Test of Earth Expansion Hypotheses by Means of Palaeomagnetic Data
     (1968) by Steven Isa?cs van Andel, 103 pages, Published by V. R. B. (Kleine der A 4)
Atlas of Continental Displacement, 200 Million Years to the Present
     (1984) by Dr. Hugh G. Owen, 170 pages, Published by Cambridge University Press
Biogeography in a Changing World
     (2007) by Malte C. Ebach (Editor), 212 pages, Published by CRC Press
Crustal development and sea level : with special reference to the geological development of southwest Japan and adjacent seas
     (2007) by Michihei Hoshino, Published by E.G. Service
Dinosaurs and the Expanding Earth - Second edition (ebook)
     (2003) by Stephen W. Hurrell, 116 pages, Published by Oneoff Publishing.com
Earth, Universe, Cosmos
     (2000) by Samuel Warren Carey, 258 pages, Published by School of Earth Sciences, University of Tasmania
Education Concept of Earths Expansion: Main Grounds, Space-Geodetic and Paleomagnetic Evidence, Metallogenic Consequences
     (1999) by Yury V. Chudinov, 166 pages, Published by Brill Academic Publishers
Expanding Earth, Or Natural Catastrophism
     (1991) by Cyril Ellsmore, 203 pages, Published by Cetos Publishing
Fuels: A New Theory (Second Edition)
     (1975) by Alexander A. Scarborough, 3 pages, Published by Alex A. Scarborough
Global Eduction Tectonics of the Expanding Earth
     (1998) by Yury V. Chudinov, 201 pages, Published by VSP
Here Be Dragons / How the study of animal and plant distributions revolutionized our views of life and Earth
     (2009) by Dennis J. McCarthy, 256 pages, Published by Oxford University Press
Is Planet Earth Expanding?
     (1991) by Richard W. Guy, 54 pages, Published by Institute of the Expanding Earth
Is the Earth Expanding (Dehnt sich die erde aus?)
     (1940) by Joseph Keindl
Nuteeriat: Nut Trees, the Expanding Earth, Rottnest Island, and All That
     (1989) by David Noel, Published by Published for the Planetary Development Group, Tree Crops Centre by Cornucopia Press
Once a Smaller Earth
     (1983) by Emil Gert, 112 pages
Origins of Universal Systems
     (2008) by Alexander A. Scarborough, 344 pages, Published by Trafford Publishing
Our Expanding Earth, the Ultimate Cause
     (2002) by Dr. Luther Wadsworth Bridges II, 103 pages, Published by Oran V. Siler Printing
Planet Earth Expanding and Eocene Tectonic Event
     (1999) by Prof. Karl W. Luckert, Published by Lufa Studio
Plate Tectonics and this Expanding Earth
     (2002) by Dr. Don Findlay, 230 pages
Relationship Between Gravity and Evolution: The Theory of the Increasing of Gravity
     (2000) by Ramin Amir Mardfar, Published by Zeinab Tabriz
Surge Tectonics: A New Hypothesis of Global Geodynamics
     (1996) by Arthur A. Meyerhoff, I. Taner, A.E.L. Morris, W.B. Agocs, M. Kamen-Kaye, Mohammad I. Bhat, N. Christian Smoot, Dong R. Choi, Donna Meyerhoff Hull (Editor), 348 pages, Published by Springer
Terra non Firma Earth
     (2005) by Dr. James Maxlow, 255 pages, Published by One Off Publishing
The Expanded Earth: The Continents Positioned by Radical Movement Due to Expansion a Craftsmans Look at the Globe
     (1996) by Ben Berends, Published by Benchmark Publishing & Design
The Expanding Earth
     (1976) by Samuel Warren Carey, 488 pages, Published by Elsevier Scientific Pub. Co.,
The Expanding Earth: Evidence, Causes and Effects
     (1998) by Michihei Hoshino, 295 pages, Published by Tokai University Press
The Fourth Revolt
     (1999) by Dennis J. McCarthy
The Growing and Developing Earth
     (2005) by Dr. Vedat Shehu, 218 pages, Published by BookSurge Publishing
The Land of No Horizon
     (2001) by Kevin J. Taylor, Matthew J. Taylor, 288 pages
The Origin of Mountains
     (2000) by Cliff Ollier, 344 pages, Published by Routledge
The Spacing of Planets: The Solution to a 400-Year Mystery
     (1996/2000) by Alexander A. Scarborough, 136 pages, Published by Authors Choice Press
Theories of the Earth and Universe: A History of Dogma in the Earth Sciences
     (1988) by Samuel Warren Carey, 436 pages, Published by Stanford University Press
Voyage of Discovery: A History of Ideas About the Earth with a New Understanding of the Global Resources of Water and Petroleum and the Problems of Climate Change
     (2006) by Prof. Lance A. Endersbee, 300 pages, Published by Lance Endersbee
Wandering Continents and Spreading Sea-floors on an Expanding Earth
     (1983) by Prof. Lester Charles King, 244 pages, Published by John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Why the Expanding Earth?
     (2003) by Dr. Giancarlo Scalera, Karl-Heinz Jacob (Editor), 465 pages, Published by Published by INGV Publisher

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www.4threvolt.com/The 4th RevoltDennis J. McCarthy
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1997An Analysis of 900 Rotation Curves of Southern Sky Spiral Galaxies: Are the Dynamics Constrained to Discrete States? byDr. David F. Roscoe
2007Architectonics of the Earth byDr. Karim Amen Khaidarov
2006Are Artificial Satellites Orbits Influenced by an Expanding Earth? byDr. Giancarlo Scalera
1994Creeds of Physics bySamuel Warren Carey
1987A Critical Note Concerning Conventional Container Space Concepts byW. Krause
1994Discrete Time Realizations of Quantum Mechanics and their Possible Experimental Tests byCarl Wolf
1981Early Palaeozoic Palaeo-Magnetism and Biogeography - Plate tectanics or Expansion? byDr. Clive F. Burrett
1994Earth Complexity vs. Plate Tectonic Simplicity byDr. Giancarlo Scalera
2005Earth IS Expanding Rapidly: Kant's Nebular Hypothesis and Subduction are False byCommander Lawrence S. Myers
1994Earth Expansion and the Prediction of Earthquakes and Volcanicism byDr. Martin Kokus
1994Earth Expansion Requires Increase in Mass byJohn K. Davidson
1978The Earth Expansion Theory and the Climatic History of the Lower Permian byGerhard Otto Wilhelm Kremp
2008Earth is Unquestionably Growing and Expanding byCommander Lawrence S. Myers
2011Electrodynamic Origin of Gravitational Forces byDr. Charles William Lucas Jr.
1993Empirical Evidence on the Creation of Galaxies and Quasars byDr. Halton C. Arp
1989Evidence For Weber-Wesley Electrodynamics byDr. Paul Wesley
1994An Evolutionary Earth Expansion Hypothesis byDr. Stavros T. Tassos
1988Expanding Earth? byProf. Bill Mundy
2009The Expanding Earth byAlexander A. Scarborough
1977An Expanding Earth on the Basis of Sea-Floor Spreading and Subduction Rates byJ. Steiner
2008The Expanding Earth: Evidence From Temporary Gravity Fields and Space-Geodetic Data byDr. Wen-Bin Shen
2010The Expanding Earth: Is the Inflation of Heavenly Bodies Caused by Reoriented Particles under Gyrotation Fields? byThierry De Mees
2010The Expanding Earth : The Inflation of Heavenly Bodies Demands for a Compression-Free Inner Core byThierry De Mees
2008The Expanding Earth: A Sound Idea for the New Millenium byDr. Giancarlo Scalera
2012Finite Theory of the Universe, Dark Matter Disproof and Faster-Than-Light Speed byPhil Bouchard
2004Fixed-Earth and Expanding-Earth Theories -- Time for a Paradigm Shift? -- Version 2 byDavid Noel
2007Fossils, frogs, floating islands and expanding Earth in changing-radius cartography byDr. Giancarlo Scalera
1984Geological-Geophysical Proofs and Possible Causes of Earth Expansion byV. B. Neiman
2012Global Expansion Tectonics: A Significant Challenge for Physics byDr. James Maxlow
1994Global Models of the Expanding Earth byKlaus A. Vogel
2010On the Gravitational Constant of Our Inflating Sun and On the Origin of the Stars' Lifecycle byThierry De Mees
2011The Gravito-Magnetic Inflation of Rotating Bodies and the Nature of Mass and Matter byThierry De Mees
2010Gravitomagnetism: Successes in Explaining the Cosmos byThierry De Mees
2008Great And Old Earthquakes Against Great And Old Paradigms ? Paradoxes, Historical Roots, Alternative Answers byDr. Giancarlo Scalera
2008The Growing Earth byDavid Scott De Hilster
2007Hydrocarbons in the Context of a Solid, Quantified, Growing and Radiating Earth byDr. Stavros T. Tassos
1994Interbasis "Sphere-Cylinder" Expansions for the Oscillator in the Three-Dimensional Space of Constant Positive Curvature byGeorge S. Pogosyan, A. N. Sissakian, S. I. Vinitsky
2008Is Large Scale Subduction Made Unlikely By The Mediterranean Deep Seismicity? byDr. Giancarlo Scalera
2011Lava Flows from Disruption of Crust at the Antipode of Large Meteorite Impacts byCharles E. Weber
1973Le Verrier Historical Mistake that Created Relativity Stupidity byProf. Joe Alexander Nahhas
1994Light Propagation in an Expanding Universe byAlexandros Paparodopoulos
1991Limitations on Viewing Distant Astronomical Objects byFrank Twiss
2009Mankind's Greatest Hoax byCommander Lawrence S. Myers
2004Mantle Plumes and Dynamics of the Earth Interior - Towards a New Model byDr. Stefan Cwojdzinski
1987Marinov's Toothed-Wheels Measurement of Absolute Velocity of Solar System byDr. Paul Wesley
1960On the Mechanism of Mountain Building and Folding byDr. L. Eyged
1986Migrating Fossils, Moving Plates and an Expanding Earth byProf. Derek Victor Ager
1957A New Dynamic Conception Of The Internal Constitution Of The Earth byDr. L. Eyged
2011The No-Hair Theorem Parameters can be Reduced to solely the Black Hole's Specific Angular Momentum byThierry De Mees
1994The Origin of Granite and Continental Masses in an Expanding Earth byLorence G. Collins
1994An Orogenic Model Consistent with Earth Expansion byCarol Strutinski
2003Ott Christoph Hilgenberg in twentieth-century geophysics byDr. Giancarlo Scalera
1961Palaeomagnetic Evidence Relevant To A Change In The Earth's Radius byDr. Allan V. Cox, Richard R. Doell
1989Palaeopoles on an Expanding Earth: A Comparison Between Synthetic and Real Data Sets byDr. Giancarlo Scalera
2007Five Para-Myths and One Comprehensive Proposition in Geology byDr. Stavros T. Tassos
1993Periodicity in Extragalactic Redshifts byWilliam M. Napier
1987The Pivoted Current Element and Diamagnetism byDr. Neal Graneau
2009Beyond Plate Tectonics: 'Plate' Dynamics byRichard Moody Jr.
1997Is Plate Tectonics Standing the Test of Time byOakley Shields
2004Plate Tectonics Subducted byDong R. Choi
1989On the Possibility of a Rationalistic Approach to Microphysics byProf. Franco Selleri
1994Possible Relation Between Earth Expansion and Dark Matter byStanislaw Ciechanowicz, Jan Koziar
1994The Primordially Hydridic Character of our Planet and Proving it by Deep Drilling byWarren Hunt
1994Principles of Plate Movements on the Expanding Earth byJan Koziar
1997Rapid Earth Expansion : An Eclectic View byOakley Shields
2012Relativity and the Electrodynamics on the Phenomena of Matter and Energy through Scale (GPRA:REPMES) byRobert L. DeMelo
2001Releaions Among Expanding earth, TPW, and Polar Motion byDr. Giancarlo Scalera
1981A Simple Physical Test of Earth Expansion byJohn C. Dooley
1987A Simplified Repetition of Silvertooth's Measurement of the Absolute Velocity of the Solar System byDr. Paul Wesley, Dr. Stefan Marinov
2007The Solid, Quantified, Growing and Radiating Earth byDr. Stavros T. Tassos
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2011Subduction: The Extent and Duration byNeal Adams
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1994Tension - Gravitational Model of Island Arcs byJan Koziar, Leszek Jamrozik
1994Tension - Gravitational Model of Island Arcs byJan Koziar, Leszek Jamrozik
2005The Theory of the Expanding Earth byJohn Wheeler
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1985A Venture in Unorthodoxy byProf. Bill Mundy
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