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An explanation for the gigantic scale of prehistoric life
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Live Internet lectures (maximum length 20 minutes) delivered via Zoom with time for questions at the end of the lecture. The time has been chosen (1pm London Time) so most people around the world can view the lecture and contribute with questions and comments at the end of the lecture. Booking is required but the lecture is free. If you would like to attend the live lecture please send your email address to Stephen Hurrell, via Facebook or Twitter, so a Zoom connection link can be emailed to you. The lecture will be live but may be recorded (depending on the preference of the lecturer) and placed on YouTube to form part of the Short Lecture Series.

The ultimate aim is to invite various guest lecturers to deliver a series of talks related to Earth expansion or palaeogravity. Please contact Stephen Hurrell if you have a suggestion for a particular topic or guest lecturer.

Short Lecture Series
Thursday 24th September 2020 (1pm London Time)
Modelling seafloor crusts - part 1 by James Maxlow
This lecture will focus on modelling seafloor crusts to create scale models of the Earth extending from the present to the Triassic.

Thursday 8th October 2020 (1pm London Time)
Modelling seafloor crusts - part 2 by James Maxlow
This lecture continues to focus on modelling seafloor crusts to create scale models of the Earth. The models continue beyond the Triassic back to the early Archaean.

Thursday 12th November 2020 (1pm London Time)
Provisional - John Eichler

Thursday 10th December 2020 (1pm London Time)
Geotheory of The Growing Earth by Vedat Shehu
This lecture outlines the theory of the Earth’s growth from a cosmic ultra-dense core kernel transformation.

Thursday 14th January 2020 (1pm London Time)
Provisional - Richard Guy



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