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: Growing Earth theory, Nikola Tesla and the Electric Universe theory
: electrobleme October 30, 2009, 02:39:36

Growing Earth theory, Nikola Tesla and the Electric Universe theory with Mass accretion

Mass accretion

In 1888 Ivan Osipovich Yarkovsky suggested that some sort of aether is absorbed within the earth and transformed into new chemical elements, forcing the celestial bodies to expand. This was connected with his mechanical explanation of gravitation. [21] Also the theses of Ott Christoph Hilgenberg (1933, 1974)[22][23] and Nikola Tesla[24] were based on absorption and transformation of aether-energy into normal matter.
Growing Earth theory and Nikola Tesla - wiki (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Growing_Earth_Theory)

: Mass accretion - where does all the material come from?
: electrobleme October 30, 2009, 23:50:20

One of the issues that standard science has is where does all the material for a growing and expanding earth come from? A very good question in a Gravity Universe.

In the Electric Universe material is formed and created by the Electric Universe, from electrical activity, discharges, plasma activity etc.  New material is found coming from "Black Holes" and other EU events.

New material is also found coming from mid ocean ridges due to sea floor spreading. Could this be one of the areas on Earth where the new material is created?

Dust, earth and sand. There is a lot of it and there seems to be more and more all the time. Why is everything buried under soil? Even things a few hundred years old are already at a lower level. Dust is found all over the universe. Where does it come from? Is it created where there is Electrical Unvierse activity?

Also, where did all our water come from? Does it come from inside the earth?

This article on the expanding earth and where new materials come from (http://www.xearththeory.com/growing-earth-theory-exchanging-expanding.html) may help to start to explain Nikola Tesla and his thought about Mass accretion