On the Origin of Continents and Oceans: Book 1: Empirical Small Earth Modelling Studies (Kindle ebook) by Dr James Maxlow is the 1st of two Expanding Earth theory books investigating the geology of our planet and plate tectonics theory from a Growing Earth theory perspective. Maxlow refers to this as Expansion Tectonics and the small Earth model.
The original book version is On the Origin of Continents and Oceans: A Paradigm Shift in Understanding but as it is not available in print any more. The price for second hand book versions (used books) is incredibly expensive. James Maxlow has split the original book into 2 smaller Kindle ebooks of which Empirical Small Earth Modelling Studies is the first part. The second book is The Earths Rock Record.
James Maxlow is the modern geologist who has is representing and expanding on the works of Sam Warren Carey who was another geologist interested in the Earth expansion hypothesis.
Publishers book review of Empirical Small Earth Modelling Studies
In this book one of a two book series, modern scientific evidence is used to accurately recreate plate assemblages on small Earth models in order to discuss the entire 4,000 million years of Earth’s recorded geological history. This discussion commences with an ancient primordial Earth comprising an assemblage of the most ancient Archaean continental crusts. Discussion then continues through the various supercontinental stages until breakup of the ancient Pangaea supercontinent occurred to form the modern continents during the late-Permian Period. Discussion further continues during opening of each of the modern oceans to the present-day, plus extended to five million years into the future.
The observations and conclusions presented in this book one are based on factual evidence which shows that, unbeknown to most scientists today, we may have now reached a critical stage in the development of modern science. One seemingly trivial change in our scientific perspective of the way the Earth’s continents and oceans have evolved and assembled has the potential to completely negate many of the established consensus of opinions and scientific beliefs existing today. This, in turn, represents a paradigm shift in our understanding of the origin of continents and oceans.