Expansion Tectonics

  • Gene Ellis posted an update in the group Group logo of Expansion TectonicsExpansion Tectonics 3 months ago

    The dinosaur paradox unravels on a growing Earth in two respects.
    1) The lesser gravity on a smaller Earth permitting larger life sizes that could not survive today can no longer be disputed. However, gravity on a smaller Earth does not fully explain the size of gigantic dinosaurs. The largest recorded land life today is a 12 ton elephant…[Read more]

  • Gene Ellis posted an update in the group Group logo of Expansion TectonicsExpansion Tectonics 8 months ago

    Reduced Gravity and Gigantic Dinosaurs
    Stephen Hurrell, in his book, Dinosaurs and the Expanding Earth, explains and presents compelling evidence that reduced gravity allowed giant dinosaur sizes. Reduced gravity in the era of the dinosaurs (250 MYA-65 MYA) explains the largeness of life sizes since gravity is a factor that limits the size of…[Read more]

  • Gene Ellis posted an update in the group Group logo of Expansion TectonicsExpansion Tectonics 1 year, 1 month ago

    A new Weight and Gravity paper replacing my last post (in the CNPS Site-wise Activity section) is included on the http://ionic-expanding-earth.weebly.com/ website. The Abstract was updated to reflect a change that indicates the energy of decay within an element is converting to new and additional mass or entropy that is heating the element.
    The…[Read more]

  • Gene Ellis posted an update in the group Group logo of Expansion TectonicsExpansion Tectonics 1 year, 4 months ago

    My latest paper…Ionization as a mechanism… is located here:
    http://ionic-expanding-earth.weebly.com/ionization-as-a-mechanism.html/
    Tried to post it but this site did not recognize or respond to the internal links.

  • Dear David, I saw you are preparing together with your father a new particle model. So I assume that you will be interested in my model too that tries to explain the growth of the Earth according to my – I agree – limited knowledge in the field of physics. However, based on it I can satisfactorily explain the principal traits of geo-evolution,…[Read more]

  • JEGrist replied to the topic Mechanisms in the forum Group logo of Expansion TectonicsExpansion Tectonics 1 year, 7 months ago

    Mechanism of creation :
    1. PlanetsMoons become highly ionized by space plasma
    2. Electricity discharges internally within the planets moons
    3. These electric discharges form plasmoids where nucleo-synthesis occurs
    4. When the plasmoids decay, some form ‘over critical’ electric fields ( aka critical quantum fields )
    5. Quantum critical fields…[Read more]

  • JEGrist replied to the topic Mechanisms in the forum Group logo of Expansion TectonicsExpansion Tectonics 1 year, 7 months ago

    Neal is right. Pair production is how matter is brought into existence within the growing planets and moons. Its the most direct conversion from energy to matter, so its the most likely mechanism, because the output of matter is so great – 22mm/annum increase in radius is 11,000km^3 /annum iirc. Is Neal aware that there are a few other pair…[Read more]

  • I apologize, because when I was saying “you” it was a general term not addressed personally.

    All ideas of added matter for the Earth’s expanding were developed because in traditional geochemical model of the Earth there is nothing what can provide a mechanism for expansion. Neither silicates change their volume nor iron core. Thus, to explain…[Read more]

  • admin replied to the topic Mechanisms in the forum Group logo of Expansion TectonicsExpansion Tectonics 1 year, 7 months ago

    V: please give me more credit than that. I am always amazed that people tell me an other scientists to obey the laws of physics or mechanics or atomic structure, bonds, orbitals. Of course. This is obvious. I have been in this area for over 20 years. The problem here in my opinion is “knowing” or having too show we “know” something. I am…[Read more]

  • admin replied to the topic Mechanisms in the forum Group logo of Expansion TectonicsExpansion Tectonics 1 year, 7 months ago

    “Mass increase fails not only in terms of atomic physics, but even in terms of pure mechanics”. I’m not sure what this sweeping statement means but in our particle model of the universe, this is not true. And our model was not designed with mass increase in mind. It is a 100% mechanical model for light, gravity, and atomic structure (based on…[Read more]

  • Mass increase fails not only in terms of atomic physics, but even in terms of pure mechanics. We know present Earth’s momentum, thus, it is possible to calculate Earth’s rotational velocity in past epochs. Simple calculation suggests that under conditions of significant reduction of Earth’s radius and mass, its linear speed at the equator would…[Read more]

  • V: There is mass increase, not just volume. Mass has to come from somewhere other than the earth. My father and I are working on a new particle model that will give some possible explanations for this. It will be a while but there will be an answer.

  • The main problem of expansion tectonics is lack of reliable mechanism. It should not violate laws of physics and to be in accordance with known geological data. Such mechanism exist and it is based on properties of hydrides (compounds of hydrogen with elements). During decomposition while they loose hydrogen they increase in volume, some of them…[Read more]

  • Gene Ellis posted an update in the group Group logo of Expansion TectonicsExpansion Tectonics 1 year, 7 months ago

    Every atom belongs to an element. One atom of iron remains an element of iron. On an Ionic Growing Earth, the increasing mass is due to increases within the elemental atoms. Some claim the increases in mass are due to creation of new hydrogen atoms or other unnamed elemental atoms. A single doubling of the radius requires an 8-fold increase of…[Read more]

  • The link to my essay did not show up. Trying again.
    http://ionic-expanding-earth.weebly.com/meanderings.html

  • Gene replied to the topic Mechanisms in the forum Group logo of Expansion TectonicsExpansion Tectonics 2 years, 2 months ago

    I have a different idea on mechanisms. Here is a link to the essay since it does not fully fit on this page (attached too). The importance of ionization cannot be overstated. It not only provides a reason (mechanism) for growing and heating the Earth, it also divides the universe into 2 frames, before ions and after ions. Here is the link to…[Read more]

  • Just to add fuel to the fire: mankind never experienced an event like formation of Siberian traps; if it will in the future, then probably it will be the last thing to bother about what the mechanism of Earth growth is!

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