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Globe Stand, Great Circles, and the Expanding Earth
NOTE: the extremely hyperbolic conjecture that space itself is expanding does not solve this inconsistency because the solution would require the yet additional conjecture that the expansion of space is accelerating "radially" from Earth, thus going back to the main reason for rejection: the unacceptable return to the Middle Ages with Earth at the center of the universe.
Allow me to indicate at least the primary reasons for my sadness in viewing your lecture, hoping to stimulate a much needed and overdue serious scientific process:
EXPERIMENTAL EVIDENCE DISMISSING THE EXPANSION OF
THE UNIVERSE AND ITS WIDE INTERNATIONAL PROPAGATION
You have participated with our support to our scientific meetings during the past years.
Only One Ten-Millionith of the earth's field (1/10,000,000)
Theslow-expanding Earth theory of Creer (1965) and others is moreplausible butlacks evidence. It does not suggest why the Earth would expand, whycontinentaldrift began so late in the Earth's history or where the energy sourceforexpansion is derived from.
Expanding Earth hypothesis Expanding pine cone Earth?
Finally, a scientific thinker of today that finally comprehends how all these different planet formation theories blend together. The Nebular Hypothesis of solar system formation is a good start. However, from those early low temperature and low pressure beginnings, giant gaseous protoplanets are allowed to form. Dr Herndon, a geophysicists with a PhD in Nuclear Chemistry, reaffirms that a protoplanet as large as 300 times earth's total mass would easily generate the temperatures and pressures necessary to forge our planet into what it contains today. Conditions would easily generate earth's massive iron/nickel core and finally explain the process that liquefied earth's interior. Conditions would have also supported the formation of the many unusual compounds and minerals that form the crust. Additionally, the extreme gravity of 300 times earth's mass would also compress the central planetoid to 64% of today's diameter, which brings us right back to Otto Hilgenberg's Expanding Earth Theory.