Expanding Earth Program
I originally wrote an expanding Earth Program in the 1990s and views from that program have appeared in my book, articles and on my web site. I’m sure you’ve seen it before but here’s a video of what it looked like by about 2011.
Around about then I noticed that a group of enthusiasts had written emulators etc. for the original QL that allowed additional memory and speed improvements. They also have some very active groups on the web.
Some of the QL members have become interested in the program. Here’s a link to a recent article about my Expanding Earth Program written by Keith Dunbar for the QUANTA group:
The increased speed and memory improvements for the QL emulators prompted me to update the program from the original version. The new version now has Plate Tectonic Reconstructions as well as Expansion Tectonic Reconstructions so the two different theories can be easily compared. The globe is now exported to Google Earth so it can be zoomed and rotated. The equirectangular projection can also now zoom into various areas on the reconstructions for increased detail. I’ve started with the Mediterranean and Indian region but there is a lot more to do – the rest of the world over the last few hundred million years in fact. As you might imagine it’s a slow process!
I plan to give a presentation and demonstration of the current state of the updated program in the near future during a Saturday morning CNPS Video Conference talk. I hope you can join me then.
P.S. If you are not familiar with my work I have a book available that is widely available through Amazon and all good book shops. More details here: