Focus is primarily on non-mainstream theories and speculations about geologic history and earth processes.

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Catastrophic Theory of Mountain Uplifts
Article asking "What is the source of the energy and force causing change?"
Dinosaurs and the Expanding Earth
Book which provides an explanation for the gigantic sizes of dinosaurs that suggests that the earth had less mass and was smaller in those days.
Expanding Earth Knowledge Co.
Promotes information about the Earth and graphically explains the science behind the Expanding Earth Theory.
Geoscience Research Institute: Expanding Earth?
Bill Mundy reviews the evidence for this theory and suggests that the most adequate model would incorporate Owens' suggestion that there is both subduction and expansion taking place.
gEUlogy
Study of the Earth in an Electric Universe. Field trips and unique photographic evidence relating to the theory and ideas.
Global Expansion Tectonics
Article by James Maxlow providing a review of small Earth expansion models.
Godblasters
Claiming that geographical imagery created gods and myths.
Jason and the Argonauts
Many megalithic sites in Europe and similar ancients sites around the world are remnants of an ancient gigantic surveying project to measure earth and heaven, memory of which survives as the tale of Jason and the Argonauts.
Pole Shift Forum
Debates about earth-bound mechanisms that might cause such events as polar shift, crustal displacement, pole wandering and disturbances to the earth's rotational balance.
Poleshifts
Six page article on how terrestrial pole shifts happen, with evidence for previous shifts. Investigates the works of Hapgood, Velikovsky and Bowles. Pictures and diagrams.
Shock Dynamics
A new geology theory featuring a rapid continental drift powered by a meteorite impact as an alternative to plate tectonics.
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