Topic: Earth Expansion Theory, Newsletter April 2012
In the April 2012 issue of the Newsletter, Q & A with Dr. Hull.
Your thought on the “Earth Expansion Theory” are fantastic. http://beforeitsnews.com/story/936/268/ Video.html
I have been picking up subjects for the past year that would add to the theory. Just a few months back I was reading (don’t remember where) that the Gulf of Mexico may be an ancient caldera. Last year I got an e-mail about a potential investment in an oil stock which described a theory about oil being replenished naturally by/at the earth’s core, (pretty cool idea). An exhaustible natural resource, ridicules.
Link to this story, http://www.wnd.com/2004/05/24777/
I listened to your radio broadcast from July 22, 2011 and learned a lot about Florida and the entire gulf coast that I’m sure not too many know about its ancient history. Looking at the graphic on the site indicate or looks like a virtual “pin cushion” with all the oil wells in the northern gulf area. With what you were saying I’m sure that area would be a terrific weak point with any expansion of the crust. The above link is one of those oil wells know as Eugene Island about 80 miles off the coast of Louisiana. The theory of the inexhaustible oil source has, supposedly, been proven all round the world in all oil producing areas where the wells had slowed down production only to increase production at a later date.
In any case I really enjoyed the radio show and would love to learn more about your theories. You should develop a “forum” on this subject. I’m sure there would be a great deal of interest.