Earth Expansion Requires Increase in Mass
Research in one field of scientific endeavour can re-direct another. Geological evidence for an expanding earth is now at a point that a fundamental change in physics is imminent. Mass is being created within the Earth.
KeywordsOceanic Crust Early Jurassic Spreading Ridge Continental Drift Earth Radius
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