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Mid Atlantic Ridge - Expanding Earth - Thoughts and Theories

 
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Yeh, OP, and I believe that there is a shitload of water inside the Earth's mantle too. It's said that steam emissions from inside earth caused the formation of seas and oceans, so if the earth is still a ball of molten fire inside, then it makes sense that there is lots of water down there too.

I think that the fragile Atlantic ridge split apart during the Atlantean era because an incredible amount of steam inside the mantle caused so much pressure, that the ridge was forced open. Not only did all of this steam envelope the Earth, but quadrillion gallons of boiling water burst forth and flooded the earth -- killing all of the Atlanteans.

I can't recall exactly what ancient texts mentioned this, but they mentioned a time when the seas boiled and everything died. I believe that the boiling seas where the result of convection from inside the earth -- when the ridge split apart and Atlantis was destroyed.

In fact, these articles may be of interest to you:

Huge 'Ocean' Discovered Inside Earth

[link to www.livescience.com]

Inner Earth May Hold More Water Than the Seas

[link to news.nationalgeographic.com]
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All this doesn't add much credibility to the idea that, "in the beginning" as it goes, earth consisted of "molten rock".

Where would all that water have come from ?

The most obvious explanation seems to be it was always ther but it wasn't chemically or physically distinguishable from the "molten rock" (which of course was not molten rock either).

In other words, earth didn't start out as "molten rock". It was a diffuse mass which over time solidified and separated into matter of different densities.
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Thats an easy one.


The moon was created by another small planetary body colliding with fledgling earth. This body was a gas giant, only it originally started in the kupitor belt and was comprised of mostly hydrogen and Oxygen, the elements of water!, the smaller solid core struck the earth and the gravitational pull pulled all the gaseous mass into the earth causing a massive rainfall and then major cooling.

This is another idea that has not caught on yet. And it is mine....LOL

This is were all our water came from, and you can look at the moon and thank it, there is a reason the moon is connected to the most peoples feelings to the seas. It is the reason we have them
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This is total speculation.
What's more, is has been concluded recently (I read that less than 14 days ago on the internet) that the moon materiel being about the same as earth materiel, is it highly likely that the moon in fact does consist of matter originating from our earth.
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And this was taught by initiates throughout the ages. Rudolf Steiner as well describes the moon as having separated from the earth at some point. I think this is called "syzygy" in astronomy but I may be wrong. You have to visualize an old "earth" body (before the moon was separate from it) as being less dense than earth today, and very slowly (you could compare it to an amoeba I suppose), the moon kind of "budding off" until it took up a fixed orbit around our planet. I don't think we would have to think of this as a "catastrophy" either, it woujd have taken ages.
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Nice observation MO

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Thank you very much.

This thread from yesterday:

Thread: Russian Reindeer Herder Discovers Baby Mammoth in Arctic

Re-piqued my interest in this topic, and I then made this thread:

Thread: What caused the flash-freeze of Mammoths in the Arctic?

In which someone posted an exceedingly interesting link, that I feel goes along with this expanding earth theory, and perhaps how the tropical vegetation ended up "falling" so far from where it seemingly originated:


Though the ground is frozen for 1,900 feet down from the surface at Prudhoe Bay, everywhere the oil companies drilled around this area they discovered an ancient tropical forest. It was in frozen state, not in petrified state. It is between 1,100 and 1,700 feet down. There are palm trees, pine trees, and tropical foliage in great profusion. In fact, they found them lapped all over each other, just as though they had fallen in that position.


How were trees buried under a thousand feet of hard, frozen ground? We are faced with the same series of questions we first saw with the frozen mammoths. Again, it seems there was a sudden and dramatic freezing accompanied by rapid burial in muck, now frozen solid.
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Perhaps this happened when the continent split apart and "slid".




But what I'm very interested in is the next location where this is gearing up to happen. I do believe it involves the Ring of Fire. My question to all the minds out there is...

Will it be splitting, sinking, or rising?

If you look at this part of the continental shelves...

[link to maps.google.com]

The outline is severe. The depth is very pronounced.

I believe that the underwater continents north of this pronounced area... will be the ones to rise. This encompasses north Russia, utmost North America, and the area surrounding Greenland... you can see the color differentiation on the map in the areas I'm talking about.

[link to maps.google.com]
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does anyone remember, during the beginning of the GOM disaster, a poster was here, who explained to us how the warming effect, of Earth, could cause a new Ice Age?
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All this doesn't add much credibility to the idea that, "in the beginning" as it goes, earth consisted of "molten rock".

Where would all that water have come from ?

The most obvious explanation seems to be it was always ther but it wasn't chemically or physically distinguishable from the "molten rock" (which of course was not molten rock either).

In other words, earth didn't start out as "molten rock". It was a diffuse mass which over time solidified and separated into matter of different densities.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26459168


Thats an easy one.


The moon was created by another small planetary body colliding with fledgling earth. This body was a gas giant, only it originally started in the kupitor belt and was comprised of mostly hydrogen and Oxygen, the elements of water!, the smaller solid core struck the earth and the gravitational pull pulled all the gaseous mass into the earth causing a massive rainfall and then major cooling.

This is another idea that has not caught on yet. And it is mine....LOL

This is were all our water came from, and you can look at the moon and thank it, there is a reason the moon is connected to the most peoples feelings to the seas. It is the reason we have them
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25028055

This is total speculation.
What's more, is has been concluded recently (I read that less than 14 days ago on the internet) that the moon materiel being about the same as earth materiel, is it highly likely that the moon in fact does consist of matter originating from our earth.
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This is true.

But, what was it that collided with the earth to began with? Were did it originate from?

The most probable scenario was that the planetary body that struck the earth came from the solar system itself, it has long been speculated that the asteroid belt between mars and Jupitor could have, and should have formed a planetary body, in my theory it did.

If you look into it, you will find the each of the gas giants in the solar system is comprised of the elements that work as a gas from that distance from the sun.

Between mars and Jupiter is exaclty the position for a Hydrogen, Oxygen giant to exist. Our planet could not have collected the water it has in any way, it had to come outside source.

You will also find correlations to a massive cooling on the earths surface,and a major change in its atmosphere at the exact same time the moon was formed.

It all makes sense
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There is an asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter which is supposed to be the debris of a once planetary body.
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I say hell yea it is!



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God damn this video is bogus as hell. It does not take into account all of the land mass under the oceans and seas. This video is complete and utter bullshit. Anyone that believes it is a moron.
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It seems perfectly obvious to me that the earth has grown from a period where the continental land masses were once the entire crust - to the point now, where new ocean floor has been extruded from the tectonic plate margins to create an earth three times the size, over the last 250 million yrs (since that is the age of the oldest seafloor).



The only possible explanation for all this new seafloor that fits with conventional physics is continental drift, subduction and a constant earth diameter..................so that is what they opted for by default.

Ie instead of looking at the evidence, accepting that the earth has grown and looked for some new physics - they have stuck with conventional physics and then decided what that allows to happen - problem is; they have no viable mechanism for subduction of tectonic plates.

At first they stated it was ridge push, caused by magma currents pushing the plates apart - but that just doesn't fly and they have abandoned it - now they are saying that it is sinking slabs that 'pull' the rest of the plate along as it somehow sinks into a denser medium - which is equally ludicrous.


Big question: - where has all the (massive amounts) of extra mass come from?

Perfectly simple when you understand that the earth is a living organism, and that the job of organic life is to capture, process and transmute cosmic energies - that are condensed into the physical at the earths core, probably in periodic spasms of 'earth changes'
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Spot ON!!!
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Thats an easy one.


The moon was created by another small planetary body colliding with fledgling earth. This body was a gas giant, only it originally started in the kupitor belt and was comprised of mostly hydrogen and Oxygen, the elements of water!, the smaller solid core struck the earth and the gravitational pull pulled all the gaseous mass into the earth causing a massive rainfall and then major cooling.

This is another idea that has not caught on yet. And it is mine....LOL

This is were all our water came from, and you can look at the moon and thank it, there is a reason the moon is connected to the most peoples feelings to the seas. It is the reason we have them
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25028055

This is total speculation.
What's more, is has been concluded recently (I read that less than 14 days ago on the internet) that the moon materiel being about the same as earth materiel, is it highly likely that the moon in fact does consist of matter originating from our earth.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26459168


This is true.

But, what was it that collided with the earth to began with? Were did it originate from?

The most probable scenario was that the planetary body that struck the earth came from the solar system itself, it has long been speculated that the asteroid belt between mars and Jupitor could have, and should have formed a planetary body, in my theory it did.

If you look into it, you will find the each of the gas giants in the solar system is comprised of the elements that work as a gas from that distance from the sun.

Between mars and Jupiter is exaclty the position for a Hydrogen, Oxygen giant to exist. Our planet could not have collected the water it has in any way, it had to come outside source.

You will also find correlations to a massive cooling on the earths surface,and a major change in its atmosphere at the exact same time the moon was formed.

It all makes sense
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25028055

There is an asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter which is supposed to be the debris of a once planetary body.
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It is debri of something, it never got fully formed, the collison that created the moon happened in the beginning stages of planetary formation, whatever happeded to cause the forming oxy/hydro giant to spiral into earths orbit I have yet to look into.

But in any case, both equations and some mysteries are solved by this scenario, Earths water, the creation of the moon, the missing planeary body between mars and Jupitor.
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new rock is formed at the ridges

then the sheet of new rock spreads out from there

when it gets to the continents, it sinks down because it is heavier than continental rock

when it sinks far enough, it melts and circulates back to the ridges to be spurted out and solidify into new rock again

please read chapter 19 of "Earth's Dynamic Systems":

[link to earthds.info]
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this! ^^^
not saying expanding earth theory is bunk, but I dont see what was wrong with the old theory. The earth can't be growing that much, because then it would stall as the core began to run out of material. There is a balance needed. And how many billions of years old is the earth? Granted we do get minute amounts of new material every year that has to go into the mix from outerspace, but that light dusting would not cause the earth to double in size. We have long known how this works: new material at one point, and at another point old material working its way back to the core. The ultimate and original recycling program. It is a beautiful system, and it works. Expanding earth theory has holes in it, and is just a theory.
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new rock is formed at the ridges

then the sheet of new rock spreads out from there

when it gets to the continents, it sinks down because it is heavier than continental rock

when it sinks far enough, it melts and circulates back to the ridges to be spurted out and solidify into new rock again

please read chapter 19 of "Earth's Dynamic Systems":

[link to earthds.info]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 26102938


this! ^^^
not saying expanding earth theory is bunk, but I dont see what was wrong with the old theory. The earth can't be growing that much, because then it would stall as the core began to run out of material. There is a balance needed. And how many billions of years old is the earth? Granted we do get minute amounts of new material every year that has to go into the mix from outerspace, but that light dusting would not cause the earth to double in size. We have long known how this works: new material at one point, and at another point old material working its way back to the core. The ultimate and original recycling program. It is a beautiful system, and it works. Expanding earth theory has holes in it, and is just a theory.
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you call it an old theory, but it hasn't even been accepted mainstream science for 100 years yet

what IF they were wrong?
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I thought I read somewhere that the Earth is expanding at the mid-oceanic ridges. That's where the youngest crust is.

The usual argument is 'how does the Earth grow?' Maybe the Earth receives energy and converts it to mass. Just because we don't understand the process...

Dinosaurs where too big for present gravity. Smaller Earth, less gravity. Everything grows big.

Makes sense. Everything grows.
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Mars lost its atmosphere because it has too little gravity to hold it. The earth grows according to current estimates, about 40,000 tons of extraterrestrial matter hit the Earth every year.

Read more: [link to www.universetoday.com]
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[link to earthexpansion.blogspot.co.uk]
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[link to www.platetectonicsbiglie.blogspot.co.uk]
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I hope this helps someone....but if the Earth is expanding surely that would just mean that the Oceans will become shallower?
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250 million yrs (since that is the age of the oldest seafloor).

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Unfortunately this figure of 250 million years is a lie propagated by the high priests of the cult of Plate Tectonics.
I say cult because once evidence is suppressed and ignored and arguments are based on little more than faith and obedience to the prevailing dogma then we are no longer in the realm of science.

New research and theories have been ignored and suppressed ever since Plate Tectonics was conceived in the 1960's, to the point where scientists that wish to get alternative theories published have been forced to create their own publication;

New concepts in global tectonics newsletter [link to www.ncgt.org]

For theories of Earth Expansion, Contraction, Wrench and Surge tectonics, True Polar Wander and much else besides I highly recommend it because unfortunately there is simply nowhere else where you'll find all of this information.
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I thought I read somewhere that the Earth is expanding at the mid-oceanic ridges. That's where the youngest crust is.

The usual argument is 'how does the Earth grow?' Maybe the Earth receives energy and converts it to mass. Just because we don't understand the process...

Dinosaurs where too big for present gravity. Smaller Earth, less gravity. Everything grows big.

Makes sense. Everything grows.
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Mars lost its atmosphere because it has too little gravity to hold it. The earth grows according to current estimates, about 40,000 tons of extraterrestrial matter hit the Earth every year.

Read more: [link to www.universetoday.com]
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yes, but 40,000 tons is too small an amount to account for several inches in circumference expansion per year. That amount would "weigh" considerably more. It figures out to around 7,875 Billion tons per year. This added mass would ultimately be in the form of hydrogen, but much of that could remain locked in a solid metallic hydrogen core, and all the calculations show that if hydrogen were to "appear" in the core (created from neutrinos), then it would form a solid metallic mass which by coincidence would have a similar density to iron.

But the conversion of neutrinos into hydrogen explains that amount of gain in mass very well.

The posts in this thread are 90% shills, and that is because this is a fundamental piece of the structure of lies that TPTB depend on to keep people corralled the way they have for several hundred years now.

My previous post on the last page explains that, but here is another interesting page that speaks more of the long and highly financed conspiracy throughout modern history, in order to keep secret the true source of hydrocarbons on earth. [link to eearthk.com]

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Ok ,,,

Now my turn ,,,


Does the subduction of the moving plates return back to the core to be remelted?

Then re expelled as new landmass?

OR

Does the planet just continue to keep "growing" until a point is reached where there cannot be any more mass formed and we end up like Mars?

This is what I kinda think is going on.

Opinion?
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What happens in fusion or fission reactions or even through heating or cooling of molecules?

Exactly, new substances are formed and then decompose. Think of it as breathing more than growing.
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This conspiracy, the conspiracy to deny the Expanding Earth knowledge and evidence, and the great world-wide effort to fund it, has been the pet project of the Rockefeller's going back for over a hundred years now, of fairly continuous manipulation of academia.
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I thought I read somewhere that the Earth is expanding at the mid-oceanic ridges. That's where the youngest crust is.

The usual argument is 'how does the Earth grow?' Maybe the Earth receives energy and converts it to mass. Just because we don't understand the process...

Dinosaurs where too big for present gravity. Smaller Earth, less gravity. Everything grows big.

Makes sense. Everything grows.
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Bingo!
siren2
We have a winner.

There is a tremendous amount of cosmic energy hitting the planet continuously in addition to the ups and downs of crossing the energy radiating from the accretion disk of the galaxy. A small change for the Earth is a huge change for it's inhabitants (i.e. biosphere).

Yes... EVERYTHING grows... crystals grow, plants grow, etc. etc. etc.
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This conspiracy, the conspiracy to deny the Expanding Earth knowledge and evidence, and the great world-wide effort to fund it, has been the pet project of the Rockefeller's going back for over a hundred years now, of fairly continuous manipulation of academia.
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thanks for that -interestingpeace
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how does the Earth grow?

Maybe the Earth receives energy and converts it to mass. Just because we don't understand the process...

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E = Mc squared.

no reason it would not work BOTH WAYS.
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The dinosaurs were so big because there was a much higher concentration of oxygen in the atmosphere back then !


high enough to support their weight ???

the same way that whales are supported by the ocean ???
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how does the Earth grow?

Maybe the Earth receives energy and converts it to mass. Just because we don't understand the process...

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E = Mc squared.

no reason it would not work BOTH WAYS.
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Neutrinos are very difficult to detect, but only half go out one side of the earth, that come in from the other side.

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I thought I read somewhere that the Earth is expanding at the mid-oceanic ridges. That's where the youngest crust is.

The usual argument is 'how does the Earth grow?' Maybe the Earth receives energy and converts it to mass. Just because we don't understand the process...

Dinosaurs where too big for present gravity. Smaller Earth, less gravity. Everything grows big.

Makes sense. Everything grows.
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Earth is just expanding from the mass it had at the beginning, a bigger planet means less density not necessarily more mass !

The dinosaurs were so big because there was a much higher concentration of oxygen in the atmosphere back then !
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I don't think this is correct. The dinosaurs were too big if gravity was the same. The Earth expanded by gaining more mass and therefore increasing gravity.

Hell, somebody calculated that something like 10,000 tons of space dust and rocks hits the atmosphere every day. Multiply that by a few billion years.
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It seems perfectly obvious to me that the earth has grown from a period where the continental land masses were once the entire crust - to the point now, where new ocean floor has been extruded from the tectonic plate margins to create an earth three times the size, over the last 250 million yrs (since that is the age of the oldest seafloor).



The only possible explanation for all this new seafloor that fits with conventional physics is continental drift, subduction and a constant earth diameter..................so that is what they opted for by default.

Ie instead of looking at the evidence, accepting that the earth has grown and looked for some new physics - they have stuck with conventional physics and then decided what that allows to happen - problem is; they have no viable mechanism for subduction of tectonic plates.

At first they stated it was ridge push, caused by magma currents pushing the plates apart - but that just doesn't fly and they have abandoned it - now they are saying that it is sinking slabs that 'pull' the rest of the plate along as it somehow sinks into a denser medium - which is equally ludicrous.


Big question: - where has all the (massive amounts) of extra mass come from?

Perfectly simple when you understand that the earth is a living organism, and that the job of organic life is to capture, process and transmute cosmic energies - that are condensed into the physical at the earths core, probably in periodic spasms of 'earth changes'
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This
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Paleontological Evidence of Expanding Earth

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how does the Earth grow?

Maybe the Earth receives energy and converts it to mass. Just because we don't understand the process...

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E = Mc squared.

no reason it would not work BOTH WAYS.
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Of course, it must work both ways. Matter and energy are interchangeable.
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Throughout the last hundred years there has been a strong effort to hide the fact that petroleum is abiotic, not from living origins, and furthermore it was apparent to geologists even a hundred years ago, and that the earth was expanding and that petroleum is self replenishing to a great extent.

Nicola Tesla explained elegantly and perfectly how this is happening, and got ignored of course, and although he did not coin the word "neutrino", which happened decades later, nicely separated from the issue of self renewing petroleum, he did describe the process accurately.

That effort is in the form not only threats to withhold Rockefeller academic grants that suggest expanding earth and abiotic oil, but obviously money spent constantly over the decades on those goals as well.

You will notice that most of the posts on this thread of those who are either trying to deny expanding earth with empty arguments, or who are struggling furiously to deny that neutrinos could be turning into hydrogen, and thus expanding the circumference of the earth by around an inch per year and and in that extra inch slice of earth thereby gaining the planet about 8000 billion tons (of hydrogen), per year,

you will notice that all these shills and disinfo agents are not the regular GLP posters, but at most are only regular GLP shill posters.

(diary of a paid shill)
[link to fromthetrenchesworldreport.com]

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An expanding earth theory would require a tremendous addition to the earth's mass in order to work. I don't see it.

Wouldn't it be better to say that mass within the earth & its crust doesn't grow, but merely shifts? If the entire mass of the earth was disturbed in the recent past, there would be unconformities left within it. These would be lead to following mass shifts within the earth over the years as the planet seeks to equalize the mass to the lowest gravitational point.
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An expanding earth theory would require a tremendous addition to the earth's mass in order to work. I don't see it.

Wouldn't it be better to say that mass within the earth & its crust doesn't grow, but merely shifts? If the entire mass of the earth was disturbed in the recent past, there would be unconformities left within it. These would be lead to following mass shifts within the earth over the years as the planet seeks to equalize the mass to the lowest gravitational point.
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No, sorry shill bot.

I know your directors REAAALLLY want you to explain this away. Remember it is only an inch or two of added circumference per year. Why does that seem so "tremendous"?

It is in fact explainable when one considers the quantity of neutrinos that are entering one side and not coming out the other side. The hydrogen would be created rather uniformly within the interior of the planet, with greater production taking place within the core, where the hydrogen would remain trapped in solid metallic form.

As I understand it various things happen to the hydrogen that gets produced. Most gets locked into a solid metallic hydrogen core. That hydrogen which does not get incorporated into the solid core precipitates upwards and sometimes meets up with carbon, to produce hydrocarbons, and sometimes meets up with oxygen, to produce water, and ect ect, many compounds are formed.

I don't personally understand the physics involved in neutrinos becomming hydrogen, but other obviously do.

You might wonder why I have so much confidence in Expanding Earth theory, which involves the production of hydrogen.

My adoptive father in the US is a senior director and geologist for USGS. As far back as the 70's he would explain to me this whole conspiracy which is set up to promote ideas contrary to scientific facts, scientific facts which he and his colleagues know to be undeniable truths. He is a very pragmatic no bullshit person, and combined with my personal knowledge I have no problem believing that neutrinos can become hydrogen, and that petroleum reserves are self-renewing.

I also had a good friend who was a private geologist for the oil industry in the 1980s who knew these things too. I have also known a number of other high-level professional geologists that have also known these facts.
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