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Welcome to Growing Earth Consortium
About - Welcome to GE Consortium
Written by Michael Netzer   
Aug 10, 2006 at 02:23 PM


We are living in a truly marvelous age.

A time that sees gigantic leaps of progress toward understanding our world and navigating a more favorable evolutionary course into the winding history and saga of mankind. We witness both great advancements and also cataclysmic overtures as our socio-intellectual constructs polarize in defiant separatism and specialization. Yet, along with this fast paced development and change, we also remain deeply rooted in concepts and ideas of times long past.

Within the myriad of educational and discovery enterprises, we remain curious as to the origins of our Earth and universe, yet we continue to stumble within a quagmire of scientific theory which offers no satisfying answers to age old questions. We stand on the brink of evolutionary upheaval led by a conceptual science revolution.

The sciences have for too long turned a blind eye to the obvious conclusions which scientific evidence is indicating.

Our planet Earth is growing.

The sun and the moon are also growing, as are all the planets in our solar system.

All the celestial bodies in the universe are growing.

Growing Earth Consortium is an ongoing compilation in progress of an email based group discussion forum of Expanding Earth enthusiasts. Scientists, geologists, craftsmen, scholars and simple people with vision and insight, who observe and explore what the experts have chosen to deny. The articles have been edited for this presentation and are not necassarily an exact representation of the discussion material they originate from.

The implications of embracing Growing Earth theory touch all walks of life and beckon an end to institutionalized methods of acquiring and analysing knowledge. To this end we step out of the proverbial closet, the incubator of Growing Earth theory - and onto the communications super-highway. This is the case we present to the scientific and academic communities. Our plea is for the world to embrace this one understanding in science which offers a simple and comprehensive model for how our universe came into being and how it grows and evolves.

Join us for the ride of the ages and help Growing Earth Consortium grow into its rightful place, leading the scientific community out of the quagmire of inclreasingly complex and inconclusive suppositions, all thinly veiled as all-pervasive exclusionary idols of modern science theory.

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In addition to the representative sampling on this front page, the entire compilation of articles can be viewed through the respective sections and categories in the left side main menu.

Last Updated ( Mar 10, 2010 at 10:09 AM )
The Growing and Developing Earth
Beyond Earth - Planetary Geology
Written by Dr. Vedat Shehu   
Mar 09, 2010 at 06:26 PM
My theory is neither expansion for expansion's sake, nor spontaneous growth, nor growth by matter creation. Mine is a geo-theory of matter transformation universally. It distinguishes itself from those based in mass excess, and also from those of phase change of the core. My theory is based on ultra-dense core-kernel origin of the initial Earth, in initial solar system, into dusty-gaseous cloud. In such, growth might play an important role even outside excitant. Such excitant might play a similar role as electromagnetic (photon) radiation on growing plants, without noticeable influence in mass excess. This is the particularity of my theory, that I hope to be underlined by everyone referencing it.
Last Updated ( Mar 09, 2010 at 11:35 PM )
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Japan Times Features Growing Earth
Papers, etc... - Print Media
Written by Michael Netzer   
Nov 22, 2009 at 05:20 PM
Reporter Jeff Ogrisseg delivers an excellent 3-article feature on Growing Earth, including a profile on Neal Adams, for the Sunday, November 22 magazine edition of the Japan Times newspaper. A landmark turning point for advancing Growing Earth science. Follow links below to the separate articles posted at Japan Times website, and/or the compiled PDF files from the print newspaper edition.
Last Updated ( Nov 23, 2009 at 09:27 AM )
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Stavros T. Tassos Documents & Presentations
Papers, etc... - Stavros T. Tassos
Written by Michael Netzer   
Nov 22, 2009 at 12:44 PM
Dr. Stavros T. Tassos is a researcher at The Institute of Geodynamics, National Observatory of Athens, Athens, Greece. A selection of his documents and presentations are viewable through links below.
Last Updated ( Nov 22, 2009 at 05:45 PM )
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New Hydrogen Nucleus Structure
Growing Earth - GE Physics
Written by Michael Netzer   
Oct 12, 2009 at 09:51 PM


Based on Neal Adams' Prime Matter Positron-to-Proton Theory


The New Hydrogen Nucleus Structure is a geometric model which demonstrates a count calculation of the layered Prime Matter particles bound by the force of a core positron, to form a proton. As an electron is attracted to the new proton, a new Hydrogen atom is born.

In his elegant theory for emergence of new atomic matter in the universe, Neal Adams states that new protons effectively emerge in the cores of celestial bodies through layered accumulation of 918 Prime Matter particles around a positron, in a process commencing with Pair Production. A Prime Matter particle is the combined electron and positron fields which are theorized to neutralize each other upon converging in the Positronium state, thus rendering themselves undetectable and are assumed to annihilate. Each Prime Matter particle carries an electron weight of two (2), one positron and one electron. The accumulated electron weight of the predicted 918 Prime Matter particles in the model is therefore 1836, same as the electron weight of a proton.

A verifiable calculation of the number of particles in a geometrically sound model is considered crucial to the veracity of Positron-to-Proton Theory.

Last Updated ( Oct 19, 2009 at 07:38 PM )
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A Tale of Two Earths
Growing Earth - GE Geology
Written by Neal Adams   
Aug 12, 2006 at 03:30 PM
I'd like to tell you a story. It's about the Earth. We'll call it Earth One. It's the Earth that since its creation stayed this same exact size! Created dramatically from space debris, from exploding planets (If there were suns 12 billion years ago, maybe a few went super-nova to provide material, like they say on "Discovery", but since the whole thing is rumored to have started 15 billion years ago, its hard to understand how all this could have happened in 2,3,or 4 billion years), planets that apparently didn't have suns to go around, and apparently went careening around [?] space crashing and bashing into each other like bumper cars, just as in later days continents on Earth, the most unique planet in the universe would do with their upper tectonic continental plates in a later time, against all the mechanical laws in the universe. Unique, as I said!
Last Updated ( Sep 20, 2006 at 10:30 PM )
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Primordial Earth
Growing Earth - GE Geology
Written by Dr. James Maxlow   
Aug 05, 2006 at 06:27 PM
With regard to the size of the primordial Earth, we must understand what continental crust really is (ask a geologist - we have generally licked enough rocks to know). Imagine an ancient continental crust - basically granite, greenstone, plus ancient sediments, that covers the entire Earth surface about 4000 million years ago. This crust solidified from granite and volcanic magmas, plus eroded to form the sediments. Present day exposures of remnants of this ancient crust show that this crust was once up to 40km thick and subsequent erosion has been around 10-15km i.e. this crust is generally now 25-30km thick. The shear volume of this material implies that the Earth was once molten, or at least at a very high surface temperature (cooling and crystallization of minerals at that time - plus preservation to the present day, then represents the beginning of recordable geological time - but NOT necessarily the beginning of Earth existence).
Last Updated ( Oct 16, 2006 at 02:11 AM )
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Ever Since Wegener
Growing Earth - GE History
Written by William Carnell Erickson   
Jul 27, 2006 at 10:15 PM
Ever since Wegener, many writers have advanced the idea of Earth expansion. Alfred Wegener's continental drift theory provoked intense debate during the 1920s; it also spawned a flurry of books and articles, written mainly in Russian and German, advocating Earth expansion. The expansion concept "lies implicit within Wegener," but in the 1920s, most geologists had trouble enough with wandering continents; few were prepared to deal with an expanding earth. Besides, everyone 'knew' that the Earth is contracting. Earth expansion seemed so farfetched that those men who did take it seriously assumed that no one else had even considered the idea. Unaware of one another's work, each was convinced of his own priority. According to H.W. Menard, Earth expansion was 'discovered' no fewer than eight times between 1920 and 1960.
Last Updated ( Nov 04, 2007 at 05:26 AM )
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On the Construct of Matter
Growing Earth - GE Physics
Written by Dr. Vedat Shehu   
Jul 27, 2006 at 08:04 PM

In science, as in every activity, it is worth the proverbial saying "to take this case with a grain of salt" and to carefully use scientific achievements functionally with our premises of the EE. Afterwards, we probably must ponder that our forum is not in unison for why and how the Earth's radius is enlarged. For example, we all negate the interpretation of convection and subduction as is expressed in the Pangea theory, but these processes and phenomena have their great role in the embryonic phase of core creation, and gradually, with the Growing process and crust thickening, their role in order to circulate the crust failed and, was progressively less important and finally was totally eliminated forever, at least for last Eon.

Last Updated ( Mar 03, 2008 at 07:33 AM )
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Epistemological Blunder
Science Philosophy - Infinite Horizons
Written by Dr. Stavros T. TASSOS   
Aug 28, 2006 at 06:51 AM
The refutation of material infinity as the ultimate physical actuality is a permanent error and an epistemological blunder. I emphasize material, because infinity without mass-inerta is indeed a concept, not a physical actuality, as the mathematicians who "do not give a fig about the physical universe" (to use words brandished about here) and physicists accepting their lack of care of physical actuality claim. Limitless, i.e., no beginning, no end, space, being material i.e., the repository of all mass, thus and the answer to the question "where the Earth's mass comes from", has a limited speed of deformation, because only space without mass-inertia can deform at an infinite speed. In that context Zero is a concept, and not a physical actuality, because Zero has no mass, is empty space, and space without mass, empty space, does not exist, because otherwise we will not have waves endelessly at a constant and limited speed no matter what their wavelength is.
Last Updated ( Oct 16, 2006 at 02:21 AM )
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The Challenge and the Playing Field
Science Philosophy - Social Science
Written by Keith Wilson   
Sep 20, 2006 at 10:05 PM
I have run businesses, run sales forces, been in the military, played sports, partook in legal issues, given a number of lectures and listened to many more, and have of course heard many politicians. So I will incorporate analogies in considering a 30 second answer to an audience member's question during a lecture on GE/EE: "If the Earth Expanded, where did all the extra mass come from"?

1. This is not tested. The few here giving lectures are the front line troops. The rest of us are REMF's - rear eschalon . . . staffers. A very good salesmen will not take what he is told from a staffer. He will hear it and pull from it only what fits for his personality, and his audience, and his objective. Any good lecturer who gives the same speech will modify the talk over time, keeping and enhancing what works, and tossing out that which doesn't. The point being is to take only what you want and then test it for effect.

2. The objective is to win. There is always a final score. The objective is not to give a lecture. The objective is to convince the largest number of minds that EE/GE is correct or at least should be seriously studied. Losing at the lecture is not good.

Last Updated ( Sep 21, 2006 at 07:48 AM )
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On Erosion and Accretion
Growing Earth - GE Geology
Written by Michael W. Clark   
Jul 28, 2006 at 06:57 AM

If you want to find out about things that contribute to growth of the Earth, you need to go to the final resting place of material that accumulate from space. These only occur on the abyssal plains of the major oceans far away from the contributions from eroding continents. Eroding continents add additional material to that contributed from space for a couple of hundred mile out from shore. Beyond that only what falls from the sky ends up distributed on the abyssal plains.

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Moon, Earth and Sun Evolution
Beyond Earth - Planetary Geology
Written by Dan Bridges   
Jul 28, 2006 at 07:17 AM

Our Moon. With small size and minimal gravity our Moon failed to retain the power to segregate into mantle and core. Instead, as the elements developed and the Moon cooled, a crust developed. It trapped a huge volume of gas, which eventually exploded creating thousands of huge craters over the entire Moon's surface. With further growth/expansion as the dense dark matter evolved into less dense elements, more pressure built up in parts of the Moon, creating thousands of fractures which allowed molten magma to flow out creating the maria and obliterating the older explosion craters beneath the maria. Lingering volcanism persisted until all of the dense matter evolved into elements and there was no energy for growth/expansion remaining after about 2.5 billion years. So our Moon became a dead planet, yet still retains some heat in the subsurface.

Last Updated ( Sep 30, 2006 at 04:09 PM )
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Expansion by Accreation
Growing Earth - GE History
Written by Lawrence Myers   
Jul 29, 2006 at 02:59 PM

In Dec. 1982, I presented my 1980 discovery that the Asian trenches fitted North America, and the Australian trenches fitted South America. They fit perfectly, so, therefore, one MUST conclude that the entire Pacific Ocean basin has been added to Earth's surface area in the last ~200 Ma. But the establishment won't buy it because of their belief Earth's diameter has been the same for ~4.5 billion years and that subduction (UGHH!) keeps it the same size--despite the very rapid increase (~8-16 cm/yr) in the South Pacific seafloor along the East Pacific Rise AND continued expansion of the Atlantic by ~2-4 cm/yr--to say nothing of the seafloor increase in the Southern Ocean surrounding Antarctica that is increasing the entire Antarctic plate and expanding it outward from Earth's center.

Last Updated ( Aug 05, 2006 at 06:35 PM )
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A Chat With a Petroleum Geologist
Science Philosophy - Social Science
Written by Jim S.   
Jul 27, 2006 at 07:46 PM

I had a chance to chat about EE recently with a senior scientist with one of the world’s major oil companies. He is a Cal Tech physicist now working in the field of petroleum geology. He informed me that all the majors have numerous models of the Earth at “all” times past – although this was later clarified to mean only the period of interest for petroleum exploration---a “few hundred million years”. He immediately mentioned Pangaea, and I responded by pointing out that the continents fit together best on a smaller globe, eliminating by stages the newer ocean floor of both the Atlantic and Pacific.

Last Updated ( Aug 12, 2006 at 09:30 PM )
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Exponential Growth Geology
Growing Earth - GE Geology
Written by Sean Phillips   
Jul 29, 2006 at 06:35 PM
An exponential model for the growth of the Earth, proportional to the new sea floor crust, can be constructed CONFIDENTLY for the last ~200 Million years, because the Earth's growth is now robust and geometrically regular. BUT before the rifting of the modern ocean basins we are only dealing with intra-continenal crust. I believe using this modelling is only accurate for maximum 200 MY and can be used to forecast a few million years ahead in time. This is because the exponent will be relatively constant now as the Earth's growth has accelerated to a steady rate.
Last Updated ( Jul 29, 2006 at 06:38 PM )
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Myth of Oceanic Anoxia
Growing Earth - GE Geology
Written by Hayes Galitski   
Oct 16, 2006 at 12:00 AM
Findings of oceanic anoxia or global oceanic anoxia are speculatively vague and wildly misleading. Sedimentary investigations cannot be used in support of global oceanic anoxia. They can however, be used in support of a shift in biological productivity. Such claims more often than not reflect the sloppy verbal skills of investigators more concerned with the mathematical precision of their isotopic findings. Sedimentary studies can only indicate the respirational conditions prevailing within a specific sedimentary environment and NO more.
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Increasing Gravity and Animal Evolution
Growing Earth - GE Biophysics
Written by Ramin Amir Mardfar   
Oct 16, 2006 at 12:00 AM
The creatures of the Earth have different sizes. All of vertebrata, mollusk, worms, insects, belong to the animal kingdom. But we see that their individual kinds show extreme variations in size. The largest animals, such as whales and giraffes belong to the class of Mammalia, and the smallest ones, i.e. insects and Acarina belong to Arthropoda. Largeness and smallness are relative qualities. A thing, on its own, cannot be large or small, and only by comparison with other things, becomes large or small. If we only observed the insects of the world, we couldn't tell that they are small creatures, but when we see a fly resting beside a horse, we become surprised at the great difference of their size, and the question occurs to us: Why are insects smaller than other creatures?
Last Updated ( Oct 21, 2006 at 03:07 PM )
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Hydrogen Absorbtion and Diffusion
Growing Earth - GE Physics
Written by Fred Mrozek   
Jul 28, 2006 at 09:21 AM

Hydrogen was super-abundant when the solar-system formed, and it may have been similarly abundant in the original materials from which comets formed. If the Earth accreted from that same reservoir of materials at a rate sufficiently fast to have trapped alot of hydrogen in the zone which became the core, then the Hydrogen may have been absorbed into the abundant metals at pressures and temperatures that would have allowed the diffusion of the Hydrogen as a naked proton. (Remember that Hydrogen IS a metal, and unlike any other element, becomes an entity of Nuclear rather than Atomic dimensions with the loss of only one electron...) Russian theory and experiments suggest that the protons could fill the interstices between atoms and perhaps even some volumes inside the outermost valences of Iron and Nickel atoms.

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On Cause and Effect
Science Philosophy - Social Science
Written by Paul Noel   
Jul 26, 2006 at 12:00 AM
In the natural world, most things occur in loops. That is cause becomes effect and effect becomes cause. It is a logical loop. It doesn't reduce well in the linear logic of most people. This confuses a lot of people. It seems quite logical because of this to understand that whatever process controls earth expansion would be altered by its progress. It is both cause and effect. For those who think A + B = C or other linear logic this is confusing. It doesn't reduce well. It doesn't fit computer programs well either. In the case of EE I expect in time that the reaction rates and end products will be altered by the very planet in which they occur. It is neither linear nor exponential. It is discrete quanta or packages. The reaction would happen one way for a while, and then another for a while and so on because the planet or star it happens on changes the reaction in both the matrix it happens in as well as changing the energy supply for it.
Last Updated ( Nov 04, 2007 at 05:06 AM )
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Thinking in the Fourth Dimension
Science Philosophy - Infinite Horizons
Written by Robert Therriault Jr.   
Oct 16, 2006 at 12:00 AM
Although science theories are wonderful... they always get added to eventually, by other scientists that come along without completely destroying the theory. Newton replaced by Einstein when dealing with faster motions... and such. The theory of relativity is still capable of being updated... what if "speculation" that the missing matter is more prevalent and constantly moving and changing between energy and matter... "once in a while making a stable amount of matter" and energy being added to the universe in the way of Novas, suns and such furnaces... taking matter and changing it into energy.
Last Updated ( Oct 16, 2006 at 05:47 AM )
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Energy as Abstract
Science Philosophy - Infinite Horizons
Written by Robert Beck   
Jul 29, 2006 at 04:30 PM
Energy started as a concept, was defined as the ability to do work, and has been missunderstood since Einstein. What is it? What properties does it have? Can it be isolated and tested in any way? Can you keep some in a jar? Is there any way to identify the presence of"pure energy"? Everybody, from healers to physicists use the word "energy", without any clear idea of precisely what they have in mind. It is a convenient way of saying "we havent really got a clue what it is we are talking about, but it sounds as though we might" without admitting just how ridiculous this would sound if actually stated.
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History of Receding Seas
Growing Earth - GE Geology
Written by Richard Guy   
Jul 29, 2006 at 04:07 PM
The primary valid proof we have that the Earth's surface is growing is that the seas are receding. Once we can show how the seas have been deserting the land for millions of years, there is no way out of acceptance. All ancient civilizations evolved first in high mountain regions of the world. Why? After that they moved steadily downward following the receding seas.
Last Updated ( Jul 29, 2006 at 04:11 PM )
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The Onion Analogy
Growing Earth - GE Physics
Written by Madeline McDowell   
Jul 29, 2006 at 03:35 PM
Here I go out on a limb again. Although I basically agree with the moderate and reasonable stance on accretion, I would suggest that Earth growth could also be called Earth manufacture, and material deposition isn't all that comes from space. I think there is a source of energy that drives the mechanism of growth/manufacture and also a source of substance or catalyst for its production. Both must come together in the core to produce the growth.
Last Updated ( Jul 29, 2006 at 03:42 PM )
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Minute Limitations
Science Philosophy - Infinite Horizons
Written by Jim Erug   
Jul 28, 2006 at 09:48 AM
I believe, fundamentally, things have to be SIMPLE. It troubles me that the magical property of positive & neg. must be assigned without a mechanism. What makes pos. & neg. attract? Why not use male, female? What is it? I think the answer to that question will provide us with a more workable model. This question I would like answered: How can there be a limit to small, or large? It's been indicated there was no end to big, why should there be a small limit? I just can't get behind the magic of pos/neg attraction when that force can be explained simply with an ever decreasing particle size - just as all observed interactions.
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A Matter of Matter or Not
Science Philosophy - Infinite Horizons
Written by Michael Netzer   
Jul 29, 2006 at 07:22 PM
The prevailing argument raised against Growing Earth theory and a growing universe invariably returns to the issue of the constancy of matter and the notion that matter cannot come into being, or be created - simply out of nothing. The scientific community placed an emphasis on this issue when rejecting S. Warren Carey's theory for Earth Expansion, nearly half a century ago, stating that there is no viable mechanism evident to science which allows for the creation of matter within the core of the Earth, causing it to expand. The common scientific perception of the substance of matter, when considering the atomic and sub-atomic construct from which it is comprised, puts into question, however, the viability of the term itself and whether such a thing as matter, as we've come to define and understand it, truly exists at all in our universe.
Last Updated ( Jul 29, 2006 at 07:27 PM )
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