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Cwojdzinski, S. (2016). History of a discussion: selected aspects of the Earth expansion v. plate tectonics theories. Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 442, SP442-24.
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Eichler, J.B. (2015). Rhetoric and Paradigm Change in Science: Three Case Studies. University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
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Hurrell, S. (2015). Book Review of James Maxlow’s On the Origin of Continents and Oceans: A Paradigm Shift in Understanding.
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Hurrell, S. (2017). Early speculations about Earth expansion by Alfred Wilks Drayson (1827-1901) and William Thorp (1804-1860).
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Khan, Z.A., & Tewari, R.C. (2016). The Concept of Gondwanaland and Pangaea: A reappraisal. Journal of Applied Geology and Geophysics (IOSR-JAGG)
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Khan, Z. A., & Tewari, R. C. (2016). A Critical Analysis of North-South Continuity of Landmasses across Indus-Yarlu-Tsangpo Suture Zone: Its Bearing on the Himalayan Evolution. Geosciences Research. Volume 1, Number 1. PP. 60-79, Pub. Date: November 28, 2016.
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Khan, Z. A., & Tewari, R. C. (2016). The facts and fictions of the Oceanic Tethys concept. SCIREA Journal of Geosciences.
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Khan, Z.A., Tewari, R.C. & Hota, R.N. (2017). Problems in Accepting Plate Tectonics and Subduction as a Mechanism of Himalaya Evolution. IOSR Journal of Applied Geology and Geophysics (IOSR-JAGG) e-ISSN: 2321–0990, p-ISSN: 2321–0982.Volume 5, Issue 3 Ver. I (May - June 2017), PP 81-100 www.iosrjournals.org
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Khan, Z. A., Tewari, R. C., & Hota, R. N. (2017). Collision of Indian Plate and Indus Tsangpo Suture Zone: Some Geological Constraints. Earth Sciences, 6(4), 51.
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Koziar, J. (2016). Falsification of the Eulerian Motions of Lithospheric Plates. Wrocław Geotectonic laboratory.
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Koziar, J. (2017). Falsification of the Eulerian motions of lithospheric plates. SUPPLEMENT
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Koziar, J. (2017). Tensional development of active continental margins (presentation) - Contact author for details

Kragh, H. (2016). Varying Gravity: Dirac’s Legacy in Cosmology and Geophysics. Springer International Publishing.
Marinov, M. (2015). The seven “oddities” of Pacific Odonata biogeography. In Journal of the International Dragonfly Fund.
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Maxlow, J. (2016). Modelling Modern Global Geodata on the Ancient Earth.
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Maxlow, J. (2016). Dinosaurs on an Expanding Earth.
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Maxlow, J. (2016). Is Plate Tectonics better suited to an increasing radius Earth Model?  December 2016 edition of AIG News. pp 39-43.
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Meyl, K. (2015). Earth Expansion by Neutrino-Power. J Geol Geophys 4: 219.
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Ramos, M. E., Ramos, E. D., & Ramos, V. A. (2017). PABLO GROEBER Y LA DILATACIÓN DE LA TIERRA. (Pablo Groeber and the expanding Earth) Revista de la Asociación Geológica Argentina, 74(1), 125-133.
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Scalera, G. (2015) The Sea Level Enigmatic Rising -- New Perspectives from an Expanding Globe.
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Scalera, G. (2015). Cause of East-West Earth Asymmetry.
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Scalera, G. (2017). From Geosciences to Cosmology. The Need for a Constitutive Matter.
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Sellers, W. I., Pond, S. B., Brassey, C. A., Manning, P. L., & Bates, K. T. (2017). Investigating the running abilities of Tyrannosaurus rex using stress-constrained multibody dynamic analysis. PeerJ, 5, e3420.
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Shen, W., Shen, Z., Sun, R., & Barkin, Y. (2015). The evidences of the expanding Earth from space-geodetic data over solid land and sea level rise in recent two decades. Geodesy and Geodynamics.
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Shen W.B., Sun R., Barkin Yu.V., Shen Z.Y. (2015). Estimation of the asymmetric vertical variation of the southern and northern hemispheres of the Earth. Geodynamics & Tectonophysics 6 (1), 45–61. doi:10.5800/GT-2015-6-1-0171.
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Shen, W., & Na, S.H. (2017). Atmospheric acceleration and Earth-expansion deceleration of the Earth rotation. Geodesy and Geodynamics.
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Strutinski, C. (2015). Some reflections on the charts of the ocean floor: Do they hide more than they reveal?
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[N.B. See also paper by Strutinski (2015) Case study 1]

Strutinski, C. (2015). Inconsistencies of the plate tectonics rationale: Case study Nr.1
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[N.B. See also paper by Strutinski (2015) Some reflections...]

Strutinski, C. (2015). A super-mobilistic Earth expansion hypothesis: Australia’s voyage to the East (Case History Nr. 2)
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Strutinski, C. (2015). The transform fault – a golden calf of Plate Tectonics. Critique of the concept and alternative view on ‘ridge transforms’ (Case study Nr. 3)
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Strutinski, C. (2016).  Wachsende Schwerkraft - Triebfeder der Evolution? (Increasing gravity - driving force of evolution?) German text with English Abstract.
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Strutinski, C. (2016). The Lilliput Effect – a response of life to increasing gravity.
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Strutinski, C. (2016). Two essays on an annotated edition of Darwin’s ORIGIN OF SPECIES, Or An Expansionist’s alternative to Gould, Dawkins & Co.
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