This list of readings goes beyond just Expanding Earth sites. Why? If you delve into Expanding Earth (EE) Theory with an open mind you can’t help but conclude there is a good alternative to Plate Tectonics (PT) that is not being taught. You may disagree, but the research is compelling. Then you notice that there are alternatives to other important theories that aren’t being recognized. So why is this theory not getting more attention?
There are three primary reasons. The first reason is that many geologists, professors and students have never heard of the theory, never studied it, or never used true scientific rigor in understanding it. They accepted what they were told.
The second is that the organizations that have supported a dominant theory like Plate Tectonics have too much at stake to lose in prestige, influence, money and jobs to admit such a grievous error. Yes, they are human and protect themselves first. They no longer think they are possibly in error. All of their peers they communicate with agree with them. They have accepted fully, close mindedly, their new faith.
The third reason is that the implications are too big. If earth expansion is true then likely mass has been increasing. Gravity has been increasing. New minerals may be being produced. Maybe even non-fossil fuels. So, no studies about gravity increases reach the main stream. Few standard science publications on major problems in Physics are printed. No minority reports even. Nothing that would truly upset an apple cart.
Overview of Expanding Earth Theory
Gravity has likely increased as the Earth Expanded, yet there is little recognition of even this possibility within the paleo research and teaching community. It is as if it were never even thought about. These websites give excellent information for the different viewpoints and obvious evidence for significant gravity increase over time.
There is another group of scientists working on alternative theories to gravity, the Big Bang, electro-magnetics and other standard Physics beliefs. This work may well link to the Expanding Earth theories to develop a better scientific approach.
The two books give an honest history of how plate tectonics developed, particularly in the decade of the 1960’s.
The first book is virtually THE PRIMARY SOURCE for all standard PT map reconstructions you will see in today’s world atlases.
The second book is from the head of cartography for the British Museum of Natural History, where he believes the Earth Expanded from 80% of today’s size (with some subduction.)