From Plate Tectonics
Earth Expansion

The mustard is cutThe Big Ship is turning.  Witness the gradual cell-death of Plate Tectonics (1967-2017) [Fifty years; use-by expired].  Time for a cool change. ["Everything old is new again."]


[Spoiler alert :- When you see this => it means there's a link to a page on the (e-)book I'm writing (if I ever get round to finishing it).


don findlay said...

Comments? After a year +, None on this new blog. For what it's worth though, some feedback to my website can be viewed here :-:
That site was discontinued December 2016 and is being replaced now by this blog beginning January, 2017

Many more comments about me (but virtually nothing on the geology) can be viewed in sci.geo.geology archives. Likewise on Rationalskepticism,
.. where I got banned for bantering with the Baskervilles.

ja7tdo said...

yes, you are right. earth is expanding also hollow.

don findlay said...

Don't know about "hollow"(unless we think of the core as a toroid. Is that possible?) I don't know. My background is not in physics.

[This is a belated reply because I just got my Twitter account locked again. and thought I'd better make my position clear about a hollow Earth. I wouldn't like people to think I'm a Hollow-Earther as well as a flat one. But it's also possible I got locked because somebody's complaining about me advertising the imminent demise of Plate Tectonics, and the popery that underpins it.

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Unknown said...

Don, Glad to see your site is still active. I have just watched some concurrent videos on the subject, and unfortunately although the concept of earth expansion is correct, all other idiotic geological theories are riding on the band wagon, to wit glaciations, orogenesis in zillions of yearz etc and especially the very speculative and indeed infantile mechanism proposed for such earth expansion.
Further this is not a special concept valid for this planet only, but a constant for all planets of all sun based systems.
In fact such ideas can inscribe themselves in a complete different understanding or our Universe, and the time scale of reference
Keep well my friend

don findlay said...

:-)) Alive (just) might be a better way of putting it.

I don't know what you mean exactly about glaciation, but it must be a bit confronting for people to contemplate no orogenesis, no mountains "building", and everything else that expansion observes to be true according to geological principles = only the inexorable force of gravity (incl. erosion) acting in concert with rotation and an Earth getting bigger, especially considering the context of what some regard as an "electric universe" - the planet in the solar system as somehow a macrocosm (of sorts) of the atom, and everything in between showing self-similarity too of sorts, whether it's the dna of the animal, vegetable or mineral world - pairing, rotation, cohesion, and growth - according to Benoit Mandelbrote's magic equation Z=z^2 +C, .. "whenever nature finds a successful way of doing something it keeps doing it over and over in different but similar ways. The patterns that arise out of repetition + 'hiccups' are remarkable. Certainly worth a lot of thinking about, and documentation (observation) to consider.

Humaun Kabir said...

Thanks for the great post on your blog, it really gives me an insight on this topic.

Flat Earth Map

talkaboutwalkabout said...

Interesting, and I was thinking I was mostly alone.
Even an amateur such as myself, (since around about 1980),
can see that deployment of this model significantly simplifies
everything I've been trying to understand, and the best part about it is, you can arrive here using the exact same data that the rug pushers invoke. It also eliminates the need for invention, when just the facts will do nicely. I believe also that there is a decent possibility that the mechanisms responsible are readily apparent, and in continuing operation right under our feet and over our heads.
Venus looks a lot like earth will once it's gravity crisis
commences. You can't have the crust moving away from the core
and not have a reduction in confinement pressure for underlying materials right on the verge of liquefaction but for the pressure.
Sadly for Venus, a planet with a strongly conducting core and an
insulating mantle, (much like another place we know;)it was a wee bit deeper in the sun's magnetic field. Spin a conductor in a magnetic field, (itself in motion), and you get all charged up.
It's a an unruly, hot topic. Electrifying in fact.

don findlay said...

Thanks for your comment on that. It's been *years* since anyone has. :))
Sam Carey wrote three books outlining the evidence (just "o/l " because there's a lifetime's work for a worldful of geologists)(and others) - why Plate Tectonics is wrong, and E.E. is the only logical explanation. Totally ignored in mainstream publications, showing the sterilty of consensus 'science', the threat of "TEAMS discovering", and the myth of scientific publications as a forum for the presentation and discussion of observations and ideas (and just btw, the criminal exploitation by publishers of knowledge that's already been paid for, ..shocking in its excesses). It also highlights the fallacy that inclusion of "all the data" + more besides, sliced and diced by ocam's razor, will cut the mustard.
"Electrifying" for sure (!) (Electrodynamics pay attention) :))

don findlay said...

PS. My apologies, I meant excluding those above. No comments, virtually, for a decade (at least) on the earlier blog prior to that after earlier topping the internet on any reasonable search terms, even on Plate Tectonics. (Lead in the saddlebags ??) Very possibly

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