Relationship between Gravity and Bio-Evolution

The  Increasing Gravity  Theory

                     

 

  

Ramin Amir Mardfar  

Koy  Valiasr,  West  Auhadi  –  40  Dastgah,  No.  9, Tabriz  –  East  Azerbaijan  –  Iran

mailto:ramin1102000@yahoo.com

 

 

The  Increasing Gravity  Theory 

Publisher: Zeinab Tabriz 

 First Edition: 2000 

ISBN 964-7061-4-8

 

 

 

 https://www.amazon.com/dp/3659971073/?ref_=aga_h_su_3659971073_image

 

  • Paperback: 80 pages
  • Publisher: LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing (November 11, 2016)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 3659971073
  • ISBN-13: 978-3659971075
  • Product Dimensions: 5.9 x 0.2 x 8.7 inches

 

Earth's gravity has been increased from past up to now and it's increasing yet. Increasing of gravity affects on animates of earth. You'll understand the relation between increase of earth's gravity and animates evolution, and affects of increasing of earth's gravity on blood circulation system. You'll know how animals overcome with increasing of earth's gravity by developing more of blood circulation system and can enlarge their bodies. You'll realize to the relation between extinction of dinosaurs and increasing of earth's gravity in this book too and will read a summary of fact of increasing of earth's gravity.

1. Evolutive Inportance of the Circulatory System/Gravity Interaction

2. Relation Between Power of Blood/Fluid Circulatory System and  Size of Animals and  Plants

3. Why Mammals are in Different Size?

4. The relationship between the blood system and  air pressure

5. The Clues for an Increasing Gravity

6. Finding the  Relationship Between Gravity and  Evolution of Animals/Plants

7. New Hearts in the  Future

8. The Pace of Evolution and  its Relation with Continental Drift and Expanding Earth

Erice, 4-9 October 2011 Workshop

  

 Conclusions 

The study about animals and plants and evolution process of them (especially evo- lutionary process of the blood/fluid circu- latory systems) clarifies that the gravity has  been increasing from past up to now and thus on these basis we will be able to support the Earth Expansion theory more firmly.

Acknowledgements.  The  author  wishes  to  thank Pr. Giancarlo Scalera for attention  in editing and presenting useful guidance. Dr. Carl Strutinski for his referee remarks. Yahya Shahed for his assistance in English language.

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Author’s    Biographical   Notes:  

Ramin    Amir Mardfar was born in 19 March 1971  in Tabriz, east  Azerbaijan province,  northwestern Iran.  He completed him  primary and secondary studies in the same  city and started studies in1989 in plant protection in Tabriz University. He has  continued his studies in the field of Agricultural Entomology in the same University. Beside academic studies he was  interested to the Evolution of animals/plants and the effect of gravity of Earth on them.  From 1990, started to write papers in this field and nine until  of  them  have  been  published  in  scientific Journal. In the year 2000 and  2001 he published two books with the titles "The relationship between Earth  gravity  and  animal  Evolution"  and  "The ABC  of  Evolution".  Married  in  2003  and  have one  daughter. For subsistence, he is working in  a self-employed, client and manager of "Ramin Wood Industries Company" in Tabriz.

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