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Is Earth GROWING in size?

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posted on Jan, 7 2009 @ 09:38 PM
The earth is shrinking, it gets a little smaller every day. This happens because it is cooling down. kx

posted on Jan, 8 2009 @ 06:28 AM
This is a transcript i made from a few youtube Neal Adam interviews

There must have been some sort of ‘pre-matter’ and from that pre-matter a particle was made and then another particle and another and another until we get the universe that we have today – the universe is growing.

Gravity comes along and pulls hydrogen together and hydrogen turns into a sun and then starts throwing ions out, they are gathered up into meteorites, the meteorites gather on electromagnetic lines on the sun and become planets and moons and start to grow and grow and grow and become solar systems

Matter is made inside of all gravitational bodies like suns moons planets even large comets, so what you have is a constantly growing universe where matter is being made, it’s based on the negative and positive electromagnetic fields that are apart of everything and so if you have sort of like in your body - the cells in your body don’t crush in as you grow and become compacted into a rock, what they do is they make space for each other, negatively and positively you move outward and fill out your adult body. That’s how the universe works we make more solar systems and galaxies, the universe pushes outwards on a regular steady basis like a tree growing.

Fish fossils in the ocean bottom can’t be found older then 70 million years old and yet you could go to Utah and find fish fossils that were 200 million years old, how does that make sense? There is no place on earth in any ocean that is older then 180 million years old!

The plates under the ocean cracked and pulled apart and as they pulled apart the water drained off of the continental plate and into the new cracks that opened up and just fell to the new oceans and of course as the earth grew it increased in water so you have more ocean and water drained off and now there’s no shallow seas on any continental plate, now we’ve gone from continental plate that two thirds of which was covered in water to no water covers any continental plate anywhere – where did that water go, it drained off into the oceans, that must mean the oceans had to spread apart because that means the sea level was a mile higher then it is today and it covered two thirds of the continental plate.

The granitic rock that was 3 kilometers thick broke apart and spread around as the hot basalt filled the cracks in-between and made a new layer, all the water drained off into the new spreading oceans and geologically it makes all the sense in the world. It makes far more sense then somehow the cotenants swam around the world and gathered at a convention at one side of the earth.

There are lots of ways the dinosaurs could have become extinct, if you start with the idea that the earth grew, then what that means is that everything on earth changed over the years since the ages of the dinosaurs. The rocky mountains are only 40 million years old, the Himalayas are young mountains, we really didn’t have mountains in those days, we rarely had rivers, we didn’t have ice ages during the ages of the dinosaurs and we also on the early ages of the dinosaurs, we didn’t even have seasons, most of the earth was subtropical. Dinosaurs that we think of being kind of like reptiles which of course they’re not. Dinosaurs lived from Alaska to Antarctica, there are scientists right now digging up bones in Antarctica, it once was subtropical. In fact they found the bones of a platypuses in Antarctica. The earth would have to be one quarter of the size it is today about 250 million years ago and would be a quarter of the gravity.

Now you have dinosaurs living on a planet that are smaller, that is about the same temperature all the way through and the Dinosaurs have taken over the planet.
For example you have a Tyrannosaurs Rex, since the Tyrannosaurs Rex was larger then an elephant it must have been a scavenger because it couldn’t go faster then 10 miles an hour. Or it was a predator, it chased down and it killed its prey. But it couldn’t chase down and kill its prey because if it took a right turn at going 50 miles an hour its head would snap off – its head would be the weight of a motorcycle and bone really can’t carry that kind of wait. But it can be settled by applying the theory that the earth’s gravity was one third of what it is today. The Tyrannosaurs Rex would be the equivalent of a lion or a tiger in today’s gravity. You have scientists constantly arguing about the mobility of dinosaurs. Any one who studies the Tyrannosaurs Rex knows it’s built for speed, it’s an incredibly fast animal.

The superiority of the dinosaur in its day was so great that its superiority as a creature was what killed it off. What’s the difference between a dinosaur and a reptile - reptiles have out facing legs where a dinosaur had down facing and long legs so it doesn’t have to move its body from die to side, it goes straight ahead. Dinosaur legs are very long compared to most animals, their legs are very long and can travel great distances.

Today we have seasons, northern part of the world gets very cold while the southern part of the world get very worm. In the ages of dinosaurs it wasn’t quite like that there was a major difference, and that major difference made the dinosaurs roam the whole earth, where reptiles just staid around the equator and in fact reptiles still stay around the equator. Dinosaurs were able to move from north to south on the earth – all the way up to Alaska, all the way to down Antarctica and further. They dominated the earth, but they dominated the earth that had a temperature was pretty even, and because of this they took on and certain characteristics that made them far superior them any animals on earth, for example they didn’t have hair because they didn’t need it because of the relatively constant temperature.

To show how much the dinosaurs owned the world, they laid their legs on the ground, if you compare that to mammals that carry their eggs in their body and of course they give birth to live young. If you were to compare the dinosaurs to mammals you’d say mammals are far more superior then dinosaurs because they put their eggs in danger every time they lay them in the ground. Birds lay them in the trees or mountains because they’d never let them fall prey to anything. It shows the powerful hold the dinosaurs had hold on the earth. The dinosaurs migrated hemispherically, the migrated from the northern part of the contentment to Sothern part of the contentment, but that can’t be done because there are oceans in-between but in the ages of dinosaurs there were no oceans in-between.

Birds are what’s left of the dinosaurs, why don’t birds just fly to Florida for the winter, they don’t they fly to Africa or South America and they fly back across the equator to the north – they fly hemispherically. Why, it doesn’t make sense, they could just fly close to the equator. The reason they do it is that dinosaurs for hundreds of millions of years migrated hemispherically. When it became winter in the north they would simply go to the southern part of the hemisphere, when it become summer they would go to the northern part of the hemisphere. And they did that because they have long down facing legs so they could do it. When you watch television show about dinosaurs, you see dinosaurs track ways, you see tregous that dinosaurs seem to go on seasonally on.

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