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The Theory of Earth-Expansion

The Theory of Earth-Expansion

The Theory of Earth-Expansion

In the field of geology still exists a scientific theory that is ignored by the majority of geologists. But it is unintelligible for any mainstream people because it can explain a lot of open questions concerning the origin of the Earth: The Theory of Earth-Expansion.

 

The German polar explorer, Alfred Wegener, propounded the Theory of Continental Drift which then was extended to Plate Tectonics. He stated that all continents are well matched like a puzzle and concluded that once a super-continent “Pangea” existed which later broke asunder. But already in Wegener’s lifetime, Ott Christoph Hilgenberg wrote his Theory of Earth-Expansion. Hilgenberg placed the super-continent on a much smaller terrestrial globe and found out that it fully encompassed this smaller planet. Hence he concluded that the Earth once was much smaller and slowly broke asunder because of the growth of Earth-mass.

 

science has stated that the rotation of our Earth slackens. Futhermore, our Earth does not rotate continually but the rotary speed varies. But one day is defined by the revolution speed of the Earth in 1900. Thus, the atomic clock of the Federal Physical Institute in Brunswick -which clocks the universal time – has to be regularly adapted to the apparent time. This happens every 18 months by means of a leap second.

 

In compliance with the Conservation of Angular Momentum Theorem a slowdown of Earth-rotation is accompanied by a mass increase and thus a growth of the Earth. According to Professor Konstantin Meyl – field physicist and expert in neutrino research – the actual slowdown of the Earth-rotation by 0,7 seconds each year results in a growth of the Earth’s circumference by 19 centimeters.
The NASA has created a geophysical world map by means of satellite data. At first sight it shows a “bursting Earth”. In the Pacific, the Earth’s crust yearly spreads apart by 15 centimeters, in the Atlantic by 3 to 4 centimeters.
This is supported by the geologist Professor K.-H. Jacob, Chair of deposit research and Study of raw materials at the Technical University, Berlin. He can explain this argumentation by geological fissures and their sediments. Here field physics meets geology!

 

100 Million years ago, the dinosaurs populated the Earth. Giant saurians which could partly move very fast. But in consideration of today’ gravitation it is to question how a Tyrannosaurus Rex that weighed tons could accomplish this. Assuming that the Earth-mass is much lower, the gravitation is also lesser – so an enormous growth is forwarded. The impact of the Yucatan-comet 65 million years ago could have been indeed the initiator of the then beginning Plate Tectonics.

 

But in what way the Earth grows after all? Surely by prehistorical comets and meteriorite impacts but there exists also another assumption: Neutrinos! These are smallest, uncharged particles that fly through the universe and even through us. Due to the vast open and empty spaces in nuclear physics this causes no problem. Some scientists hold the opinion that these small particles are absorbed by the Earth and also the other planets and this causes the slowly increase of mass. This is not proved up to now but could be a logical reasonable explanation.

 

Moreover, there exists a considerable correlation between the pole drift and the great deluge. This could be the reason why “Atlantis” disappeared under the ice of Antarctica.

By the way, this thought was already pursued by Albert Einstein.