The Earth... but not As We Know It

The Earth... but not As We Know It : An Exploration

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Most of us who have an interest in the planet we live on have seen diagrams showing the Earth's interior. We are told it is very hot and made of iron. Is this really true? How far have we actually "dug down" to find this "hot ball of iron"? Where did our enormous oceans come from and have they always been here? And anyway, how did our planet form? Have you ever looked at a map and noticed how the west coast of Africa seems to fit against the east coast of South America - as if they were pieces of some enormous continental jigsaw? Has our planet always been the same size, or has it grown since it formed? Why do some people think we might live on a "hollow earth?" And how was it possible for the dinosaurs to grow to such enormous size, millions of years ago? How are all these questions even related to each other?

In this book we will try to find some answers to these questions by looking at the research of Dr James Maxlow, Jan Lamprecht, Stephen Hurrell, Peter Woodhead, Wallace Thornhill, Fredrik Nygaard and Neal Adams. We will look at some of the most compelling scientific and geological evidence which shows that the Earth is expanding. We will embark on a journey through time and inner space, learn a little about gravity and the "Electric Universe" and attempt to find the truth about what may be at the centre of our planet, and understand why it is expanding.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 174 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 9mm | 240g
  • English
  • 1702017575
  • 9781702017572
  • 44,878

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Table of Contents
Preface and Introduction 3
Part 1 5
1. Our Spherical Home Planet 6
2. Stories of A Hollow Earth 14
3. Olaf Jansen and "The Smoky God" 26
4. Holes and Bases at the Poles? 31
5. Admiral Byrd and Polar Exploration 39
6. The Earth Cannot Be Hollow, Can It? 46
Part 2 54
7. Considering an Expanding Earth 55
8. Earth Expansion - Expansive Evidence 66
9. "Impossible Fossils" 80
10. Explaining Earth Expansion 88
11. A Mechanism for Earth Expansion 98
12. GPEE, Oceans, Oil and Moons 110
13. GPEE and Gravity 120
14. The Expanding Earth and the Electric Universe 138
15. Considerations and Conclusions 150
16. References 155
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