The Increasing Gravity Theory
Ramin Amir Mardfar
Koy Valiasr, West Auhadi – 40 Dastgah, No. 9, Tabriz – East Azerbaijan – Iran
Abstract. Throughout history various sciences have helped each other. Today biological science is potentially in the position to help geology. At present, the theory of the Expanding Earth is in search of new evidence. In this article I try to bring out some proof in support of the theory by the aid of biology and the evolution of animals/plants. The expansion of the Earth assumes the increase of mass and consequently of gravity. If gravity increases, it certainly will affect animals and plants. In this essay the effects and ways of reaction of animals/plants against increasing gravity are discussed. In particular, it is considered that the evolution of the blood/fluid circulatory systems in animals and plants during geological time is in accordance with the concept of an increasing gravity. By proving the gravity increase from past to present, we have a tool to strongly support the increase of the mass of the Earth and thus of the Expanding Earth theory.
Key words. Expanding Earth – Gravity increase – Animal size – Plant size – Blood/fluid circulatory systems
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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