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Theory of Expanding Planets

In the first half, research physicist and author Stan Deyo discussed his most recent work, a startling new theory on the location of Atlantis.

In the latter half, author and researcher L.A. Marzulli and writer/producer Richard Shaw spoke about their latest 'Watchers' documentary (view excerpt) and presented updates on the testing of an elongated Peruvian skull, an odd winged humanoid creature, giants, and other strange anomalies.

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Theory of Expanding Planets

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Date: Thursday - March 16, 2006
Host: George Noory
Guests: Neal Adams

Comic book legend Neal Adams, who is currently creating a six part series of Batman, discussed his research on a new model for the Universe. His theory proposes that the Earth, and by extension, all moons and planets, expand in size from the inside as they age.

The bottom of the ocean is only between 70 to 180 million years old, said Adams. He hypothesized that Earth was originally half its current size, and that the tectonic plates fit perfectly together on this smaller world which had significantly less areas of water. 600 million years ago Jupiter was also smaller, he said, and thus larger meteors came into the inner solar system, hitting Mars and our moon (as evidenced by their craters). Further, his notion of a growing universe negates the Big Bang theory, and he outlined how a solar system could come into existence as matter is attracted to a sun's electromagnetic field.

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