Friday, August 20, 2010

Pulsating Moon Contradicts Plate Tectonics

"The net result of the electrical imbalance will be the pulsation of the Earth (expansion-contraction), which is superimposed on its expansion." -- Stavros T. Tassos, seismologist, 1998

Science Daily: NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Reveals 'Incredible Shrinking Moon'.

ScienceDaily (Aug. 20, 2010) — Newly discovered cliffs in the lunar crust indicate the moon shrank globally in the geologically recent past and might still be shrinking today, according to a team analyzing new images from NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) spacecraft. The results provide important clues to the moon's recent geologic and tectonic evolution.


Jeffery Keown said...

I do not see how this contradicts plate tectonics.

Please elucidate.

The moon and earth are two separate, very different bodies.

One has water in abundance, working to change the melting point of subducted materials.

The other is a geologically dead body subject to further cooling and contraction.

Pulsation Tectonics is absurd.

OilIsMastery said...

Plate tectonics says that it is impossible for the size of planets and moons to change over time and impossible to gain or lose mass because there is no known mechanism in plate tectonics for this. See Expanding Earth Theory.