New e-book Challenges Assumption of Constant Size Earth
Oneoff Publishing.com has revealed that they will publish Dr James Maxlow’s new e-book, Terra Non Firma Earth, in early 2005. James Maxlow’s new e-book provides persuasive augments that challenge the assumption that the Earth has retained a constant size during its evolution.
James Maxlow’s new e-book, Terra Non Firma Earth, deals with one of the most controversial scientific theories about the Earth. It is commonly believed that the Earth has been a constant diameter during most of geological time, but James Maxlow provides a range of evidence that the Earth is expanding in size. The picture of the evolution of the Earth provided in the book is logical and conclusive enough to persuade the reader that the earth has been expanding in size.
The book is the culmination of many years of research, as James Maxlow explains: “From the time I first became convinced that the Earth is expanding it has taken 25 years of steadily increasing research prior to writing my book. This protracted amount of time coincided with the completion of the oceanic mapping, which was not available to early researchers and forms the basis of my research into Earth expansion.”
James Maxlow’s new e-book is an important landmark in science, in which he constructs spherical scale models of the Earth to enable him to analyse the process of Earth expansion. The reconstructions described in the e-book are the first where the ages of both the ocean floor and continental geology are used for reconstruction. The data used for the reconstruction is unquestionable and has been used by a number of other researches. It confirms and develops the reconstructions of previous researches in the field and demonstrates a very high degree of continental fitting.
All these reconstructions are supported by existing and verified data. James Maxlow extends the reconstructions further back in time in the history of geology by the progressive removal of young basin sediments and magmatic complexes and the restoration of each area to a pre-existing configuration. These models are reconstructed backwards until Archean (3.8 to 2.5 billion years ago) and Proterozoic (2.5 billion to 543 million years ago) models are assembled. James Maxlow’s models give a full and logical picture of the development of the ocean floor which is the main expression of the expanding earth.
James Maxlow’s book presents the firmest evidence to believe in the expanding Earth. He explains, “There is a lot of very strong evidence for an expanding Earth, much of which has not been considered prior to this research. The fact that all crustal plates can be fitted together back in time with one unique assemblage is relatively common knowledge. The strongest evidence in support of an expanding Earth comes from the very evidence that has been traditionally used to negate Earth expansion. When ancient magnetic pole data is plotted on models of an expanding Earth, each of the poles cluster as diametrically opposed north and south poles. Similarly, the equator derived from these pole locations coincide precisely with the distribution of fossil species and sedimentary climatic indicators, such as limestone, coal, and glacial debris. This phenomenon is impossible on plate tectonic models and tells us that an expanding Earth far better explains the distribution of all geological, geophysical, and geographical global tectonic data.”
James Maxlow also explains how the current space geodetic results seem to be inconclusive since they do not include a vertical vector component. Once this component is included it shows that earth expansion is happening today.
All of the arguments are important arguments which need to be seriously considered by all sincere scientists.
NOTES FOR EDITORS
Expanding Earth theories have been promoted by many authors, most notably Professor S Warren Carey who wrote a number of books on the subject including Earth Universe Cosmos, Theories of the Earth and Universe, The Expanding Earth, plus many scientific papers on the subject.
Oneoff Publishing.com is a small independent publisher specialising in e-books.
Terra Non Firma Earth
by James Maxlow
Format: eBook for Adobe reader
ISBN: 0 952 2603 28
Publisher: Oneoff Publishing.com
Published: Early 2005
More details from: http://www.oneoffpublishing.com/terranon.html
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