Growing Earth/Expanding Universe
The Growing Earth/ Expanding Universe (GE/EU) paper presented at the CNPS-2016 Conference last July was recently revised. The corrected table below now indicates one orbital year always equals 31,557,600 linear seconds.
|r kilometers||~ 800||~ 1600||~ 3200||~ 6400|
|g Nm2/kg2 ; m/s2||1.225||2.45||4.9||9.8|
|Year in days (Spins)||2922||1461||730.5||365.25|
|LOD in hours||3||6||12||24|
|LOH in minutes||480||240||120||60|
|LOM in seconds||7.5||15||30||60|
Periodically, a “leap second” adjustment is made to align Earth’s orbital clock with the linear Atomic clock. Every “leap second” adjustment offers scientific evidence that Earth’s increasing mass is increasing Earth’s orbit. The above data indicates that leap second by leap second, the Earth leaped 75 million kilometers (46.6 million miles) in 175 million years. Theoretically, with a constant mass Sun, the Earth was half its radial size and half its radial distance 31,557,600 “leap seconds” ago. Mass increases on an Ionic Growing Earth are solely determined by 8 growing elements. Increasing the mass would proportionally increase the volume (radius and surface area) as well as the surface gravity. Changes in the Sun’s mass would only change the distance (R) and not Earth’s radius, gravity, or rotational velocity (spin).