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Theories are based on evidence that is believed to support those theories. It is clear that you don't grasp this concept. Yes, you do throw around tectonic theory as fact in the vernacular sense.
Considerable evidence has been shown on this thread that there is reason to believe that the Expanding Earth Theory is a real possibility, and the only bases you have presented to oppose this idea has been to claim that the Plate Tectonic Theory is fact in the vernacular sense.
Originally posted by sezsueI only found out about 2012 a few years ago, but since that time I have read a lot about the different theories, and could see how quite a few of those theories could actually play a part in any possible future catastrophe.
Originally posted by sezsueHowever, the more we approach the actual year/date (12/21/2012) the less likely the Nirubu/Planet X theory seems, to me. The reason I'm becoming skeptical is because more knowledgeable people than me are saying that we should be able to see it by now, and I haven't seen anything that makes me think this planet has been found yet. The time frame we have left doesn't really support the theory, IMO.
Originally posted by stereologistBTW, how many threads are you going to spam with this baloney?
I showed you maps that showed how the earth was smaller and explained the pacific spread but I am aware there are always people like you that like to ruin threads with " I dont get it so it must not be true!" mentality.
The fact is all planets grow and will continue to do so whether you believe it or not.
Mainstream academics and people who need to see everything neatly explained, seem to have a great deal of problems with this theory, because it opens the door to a considerable changes in current physics, which so many people already recognize are over due.
I am not a believer in the planet X/Nirubu theory, but what data we have collected on Earthquakes over the last century plus clearly shows an increase in Earthquake activity
The window of data available is limited, but there is evidence that we are entering a period of considerable planet instability.
7)If the Earth was increasing in mass, gravity would be increasing as well, and life would be shrinking, right? (overweight people would be screwed if we went through an "expansion", right?)