International Newspaper Features Author as Leading Geologist on Controversial Theory

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Oneoff author Dr James Maxlow has been reported in the leading international daily newspaper the Japan Times as the leading geologist to publicly support the concept that the Earth is increasing in size.

The Japan Times is ‘The World’s Window on Japan’ and contains all the major international and Japanese domestic news of the week. It is an international daily newspaper that holds its own in the world and has published an English language daily edition of its newspaper since 1897 which promises to report ‘All the News without Fear or Favor’.

The Sunday Feature in the Japan Times was a colour two-page spread that lived up to this tradition of daring journalism by reporting on one of the most controversial theories in geology. The item comprised a number of articles about the reasons to believe that the Earth has been increasing in size over geological time. In the article, ‘Dogmas may blinker mainstream scientific thinking’, Jeff Ogrisseg discusses some of the scientific thinkers who have reached the conclusion that the Earth is increasing in size and the scientific reasoning behind the controversial conclusion. One of the most highly regarded geologists to promote this theory was Professor Warren Carey who the Japan Times reported ‘symbolically handed off the baton in a letter to Australian geologist James Maxlow’ in 1993.

Dr James Maxlow’s book, ‘Terra Non Firma Earth’, was published in early 2005 by Oneoff and outlined the persuasive arguments that challenge the assumption that the Earth has retained a constant size during its evolution.

James Maxlow’s book deals with one of the most controversial scientific theories about the Earth. It is commonly believed that the Earth has been a constant diameter during most of geological time, but James Maxlow provides a range of evidence that the Earth is expanding in size. The picture of the evolution of the Earth provided in his book is logical and conclusive enough to persuade the reader that the Earth has been expanding in size.

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