Dinosaurs and the Expanding Earth Hardcover – Illustrated, 4 September 2011
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- Hardcover : 218 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0952260379
- ISBN-13 : 978-0952260370
- Dimensions : 15.6 x 1.42 x 23.39 cm
- Publisher : One off Publishing; 3rd ed. edition (4 September 2011)
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: 28,260 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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..".this is an original work rather than a re-presentation of existing knowledge..." Geology Today
"Stephen Hurrell's book (proposes) an increasing gravity throughout geologic time. Its clear and lively descriptions lead the reader straight to the core of the arguments" Professor Giancarlo Scalera
"Hurrell [has] shown dinosaurs' bones could not have borne their weight" Professor S. Warren Carey
"surface gravity during the Permian was ... precisely what you are suggesting ... much reduced surface gravity would have benefited their existence and mobility immensely" Dr James Maxlow
"Like many such independent thinkers ... we can understand the huge size of the Dinosaurs" Professor Lance Endersbee
"Stephen Hurrell has put his finger on an answer to what is surely one of the most perplexing questions in palaeontology - why the dinosaurs were so huge" Don Findlay
..".has written a landmark book that will still be read and cited 100 years from now" William Erickson
..".finally gives compelling universal answers as to why giants existed back 'then' and not 'now'." David de Hilster
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In his book he goes through many levels of evidence that strongly supports the Expanding/growing Earth...
The evidence in support of this theory is greater than the evidence for the Continental drift theory that sadly has been accepted by mainstream science....
This theory should at least get equal respect with the Continental drift theory and deserves more research...
Over 65 million years ago the Earth gravity was one third of today's. What produced this change in gravity?
According to this and other publications on the subject the evidence leads to the fact our planet and most probably all celestial objects have slowly undergo a natural process of growth and expansion.
This, the only logical theory of the extinction of the dinosaurs, is based on the idea that the growth of the hollow orb along million of years increased the size of the seas and gravity and as a result the dinosaurs' weight and their difficulty of movement. That a heavier and larger planet slowly restricted their possibilities to survive and evidently all life, including most flora and fauna and even insects, to adjust to a stronger gravitational force, gradually along eons became smaller and lighter.
This is a well-researched, thrice revised, profusely illustrated, a logical and sensible theoretical postulation by an engineer who knows the exact meaning of the ratio between gravity versus size, mass, volume and weight.
See also Land of no Horizon by Taylor
I do feel though, that the hypothesis given in this book trying to explain how the earth expands is pretty weak which is why I give it a 4 star rating instead of a 5 star.
I would recommend this book to anybody who isn't familiar with the expanding earth theory. It explains the history of this theory and gives convincing evidence that the earth is indeed expanding.