On the Origin of Continents and Oceans: Book 2: The Earths Rock Record ebook review James Maxlow Growing Expanding Earth theory models

On the Origin of Continents and Oceans: The Earths Rock Record


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On the Origin of Continents and Oceans: Book 2: The Earths Rock Record author Dr James Maxlow is the second of 2 small Earth theory ebooks (the term Maxlow uses for Expanding Earth theory). The first Kindle ebook investigates and explains Empirical Small Earth Modelling Studies.

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.

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 The Earths Rock Record

In this book two of a two book series, small Earth models created and discussed in book one, extending from the early-Archaean to 5 million years into the future, are used as a basis to plot various modern global geological, geographical, biogeographic, geodetic, and geophysical datasets. The location of each ancient magnetic pole, for instance, is shown to remain diametrically opposed throughout Earth history, as it is today, and these poles are precisely located on all constructed models of the ancient Earth. Each established pole and derived equator is shown to coincide precisely with observed ancient climate zones and ancient geographical evidence.

Similarly, plant and animal species evolution, extinction, and migration is shown to be intimately related to progressive continental break-up, sea-level changes, and opening of the modern oceans, in particular during the past 250 million years. By adopting this new scientific perspective it is shown that global extinctions are not related to random catastrophic events-events we are led to believe predict a gloomy end to civilisation as we know it-but, more importantly, these events are shown to coincide with non-catastrophic, wholesale continental breakup as well as climate and sea-level changes that occur naturally over many millions of years.

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.