Expanding Earth evidence: Dinosaurs

Expanding Earth theory evidence Dinosaurs reduced gravity lowerIs ancient megaflora and megafauna (relatively massive plants, animals, dinosuars, insects etc) evidence that the planet Earth was previously smaller than today?

There are a number of Expanding Earth theories and the (Stephen Hurrell) theory and a book about dinosaurs and the Expanding Earth is that a smaller planet means a lower gravity, so you can have much larger living things as they are not restricted by a heavier gravity.

How do you walk on tiptoes when you’re the length of four London buses? How do you have sex when you weigh 70 tons? ... this dinosaur was 37m in length and weighed 70 metric tons, making it the largest animal ever to walk the face of the planet.

These dinosaurs had to sustain this incredible weight on four specially adapted column-like legs. They were so big they probably used the heavy musculature running from their thighs to halfway down their tails to gain momentum for walking.
Titanosaurs: the largest animals ever to walk the Earth | The Guardian

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As the planet expands (with increasing mass for this version of the Growing Earth theory) the Earths gravity gets larger, meaning that flora and fauna - especially the animals and dinosaurs - have to adapt to the increased gravity and become smaller in size or can not exist any more as they are physically to large to be able to live (can not move about as body and bones can not support their structure and weight). One of the main reasons we do not have massive land and air animals any more, compared to the monsters that use to roam the surface, seas and air.

The only animal that seems to be a living dinosaur size is the blue whale and that is supported by the salty ocean water, but it is massive. It appears to be larger and heavier than any ocean or land dinosaur yet found.

Dinosaurs as Expanding Earth evidence?

The Earth Expansion theory is controversial. Geology and science can deny that there has ever been a smaller Earth, as we have not visually observed or measured this planet changing its size, and any Expanding Earth evidence is an interpretation of data and not proof.

The suggestion that dinosaurs were larger due to a smaller gravity is also controversial and perhaps produces a more heated debate. The reason is that there is evidence that dinosaurs were massive, some perhaps physically impossible?

Are the massive size of the dinosaurs evidence for the Growing Earth theory?

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The cast is 122ft long (37.5m) and represents a giant plant-eating titanosaur that lived in the forests of Patagonia between 100 and 95 million years ago. It may well be the biggest dinosaur yet discovered, but is so new it doesn't yet have a formal scientific name.

"What is special about this particular time in the Cretaceous? You only find these gigantic dinosaurs between 100 million and 80 million years ago."
Reconstructing the 'world's biggest dinosaur'

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How do you eat a skip full of food every day without ever chewing? How do you walk on tiptoes when you’re the length of four London buses? How do you have sex when you weigh 70 tons? While the answers to these three questions is probably “with great difficulty”, scientists are tackling such improbable questions after uncovering what is undoubtedly the biggest dinosaur excavation of all time.

The team discovered that not only was this giant herbivore a new species but it was the largest dinosaur ever, dwarfing its closest competitors. What’s more, the team found that seven of these animals actually died in the exact same spot, across at least three different occasions, approximately 101.6 million years ago.

From the seven individuals, 223 bones have been recovered to date, allowing Pol and his team to use multiple methods to develop a reliable size estimate. Their results show that this dinosaur was 37m in length and weighed 70 metric tons, making it the largest animal ever to walk the face of the planet.

These dinosaurs had to sustain this incredible weight on four specially adapted column-like legs. They were so big they probably used the heavy musculature running from their thighs to halfway down their tails to gain momentum for walking. What’s more, in order to survive the stresses and fractures that could easily result from such extreme weights, these animals not only evolved to reduce the toes in their forelimbs, forcing them to walk on horseshoe-shaped stumps of reduced metacarpal bones, they walked on tiptoes, with huge fleshy pads cushioning the impact as they moved.

Weighing as much as up to 15 African elephants, this new species of dinosaur hasn’t even been named yet and although we still can’t fully explain why seven animals were found together, the 80 or so giant serrated carnivore teeth from an unknown killer found alongside the bones hint at a murderous end for these gentle giants.
Titanosaurs: the largest animals ever to walk the Earth | The Guardian

'Electric Universe' gravity change?

The Electric Universe theory suggests that the mystery of what gravity actually is may be an electromagnetic force. This means, according to EU theory, that electric gravity can change.

If gravity is due to some electrical force then the weight of animals on the planet could vary, so you could get mega and micro fauna and flora, including dinosaurs.

Another question that relates to the enigma of how Earth is different today from ancient times is the size of the giant dinosaurs. Given what we now know about mass to muscle ratio, there is no way those huge beasts could have held their heads up, much less walked, in the gravity that we have at present.

Could a different planetary arrangement and/or electrical charge on Earth have provided the decreased gravity that allowed these giants to stand up and walk?

Although there are questions about the Earth's gravity at the time of the dinosaurs, it is widely acknowledged that their rapid demise was caused by a catastrophe. Somehow, our gravity and our environment have changed, probably abruptly, and perhaps repeatedly. It is well known that there is a universal memory of Doomsday type catastrophes from age-old tales of floods, fearsome thunderbolts in the sky, and an age of darkness that descended upon the earth.
The Paths to Discovering Our Universe, Past and Present | electric-cosmos.org

PatrickDonnelly2 makes an interesting EU theory related comment on the home page about planet Earths gravity changing.

Mega and micro flora and fauna?

Growing Earth theory evidence Dinosaurs planet different gravity lowerOne potential issue or question about a smaller Earth meaning larger dinosaurs is was there microflora and mircofauna around before or the same time as the dinosaurs? If there was why would it be smaller then and larger now? Or was it larger then became smaller?

Why do you get micro and megaflora and megafauna? How does that happen in the same place? For example the Ghar Dhalam cave in Malta. Is it explained away as different times and conditions and has nothing to do with dinosaurs and a reduced gravity Earth?

Should water dinosaurs have been even larger in the past, if the Earths gravity was reduced?

Have the large animal 'dinosaurs' moved from land to sea, which is why whales seem to be equal or bigger now than any of the previous water dinosaurs?