Is there a possibility that an expanding Earth may have caused a dramatic climate change in our past?
Especially if there was an accelerated period of a growing planet?
Such as H G Owen slow expansion hypothesis or even an or multiple rapid and catastrophic planet expansions that would perhaps also explain Darwin's Dilemma and mysterious periods of relatively ultra quick orogeny (mountain building)?
Some scientists have suggested, due to the totally geology theory surprising visual evidence that was not predicted, that Pluto may be expanding.
Similar cracks, fissures, rifts, cliffs, escarpments, geological features on Mercury, due to pre existing theories, have scientists suggesting that planet Mercury is shrinking. Mercury is a tiny planet and was considered geological dead before recent findings.
Planet Earth, one of the most geological active, energetic, electromagnetically active planets in our solar system is absolutely stable. If you suggest the idea that similar geological features on our planet means it has or is expanding or then you are a crackpot dealing in pseudoscience. Fact - the geology is settled.
Venus rotation appears to have slowed down an incredible amount in only a few years, its days length seems to have reduced by just over six minutes in just over 10 years. This is unexplainable according to current science theories. Unless one set of the data is eventually proven to be wrong.
If Venus's rotation is slowing down as it grows larger (similar to ice skaters when spinning) then is there any possible evidence for new material on the planet?
Venus may have an unexpectedly youthful face, and that's good news for scientists interested in the planet's more modern blemishes. A new look at Venus' craters suggests that the surface might be up to 620 million years younger than previous estimates, a discovery that has implications for signs of relatively recent volcanic activity.
Plate tectonics theory suggests that the continent of India broke free and in its wanderings suddenly accelerated.
How does a continental plate move around? How would it suddenly accelerate?
Why did Madagascar not continue drifting with the Indian plate continent?
Or could expansion of a small planet, where the plates fit together, into a much larger planet with separated plates be an alternative answer?
More than 140 million years ago, India was part of an immense super-continent called Gondwana, which covered much of the Southern Hemisphere. Around 120 million years ago, what is now India broke off and started slowly migrating north, at about 5 centimetres per year. Then, about 80 million years ago, the continent suddenly sped up, racing north at about 15 centimetres per year, about twice as fast as the fastest modern tectonic drift.
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Planet Earths continents could fit together to form a supercontinent like Pangea, or, they could alternatively fit together nearly perfectly on a smaller planet like on Mercury?
For 60 years the orthodoxy has been that these processes gradually form supercontinents, such as Gondwana or Laurasia, where a vast land mass is brought together before slowly breaking up and drifting away in pieces again. This has happened a number of times in cycles since the Earth was formed, collecting and then separating land over and over again. Now we have new information that suggests that the process is more complex than we had thought.
Continuing the slow expansion and investigation into the different growing Earth theories this article looks further into the Quantavolution theory and its mentions of an expanding globe and the dynamics behind it.
Alfred de Grazi spent part of his amazing life creating and writing his Quantavolution theories and series of books (details on how to download all his Quantavolution books for free!).
Grazi explains his theories and mechanics of the possible expansion of the globe mechanics and the events leading up to it in his book called Chaos and Creation. These seem to involve or are influence partly by Immanuel Velokovsky's controversial ideas and books including Worlds in Collsion, and also some of the basics of what is now termed or has grown into the EU theory or Electric Universe theory.
If planets could have or are undergoing expansion and grow larger - could they also undergo contraction, shrinking and get smaller?
Geology features on Mercury, interpreted using the solar nebular model (formation theory for how our planets formed) and geology theory, are said to show that Mercury is 'rapidly' shrinking.
But this surprise contracting is even more surprising as it is not uniform and appears to be making one side of the planet Mercury smaller.
Alfred de Grazia, author and proponent of Quantavolution (massive changes to planet Earth - its geology, life, humans and human civilisation by catastrophic interactions with wandering planets in an Electric Universe) also proposes his own Quantavolution expanding Earth theory (Growing Earth theory).
Are there subduction zones or is something else or nothing else happening?
Subduction zones are a geology theory where the colliding tectonic plates are moving above/underneath each other.
But do they exist and what happens when geology evidence seems to suggest that areas where they are meant to be happening are not theoretically possible?
Is the article and theory quoted below geology evidence or at least a geology theory backing the idea that our planet has had sudden and rapid tectonic movement?
It is hard to understand rapid massive movements of plates when geology theory suggests events happen very slowly.