|Known for||Chthonian Theory and Expanding Earth|
|Notable work||Expansion Tectonics|
Jan Mestan is a Czech geophysicist known for his Chthonian Theory in expansion tectonics. He is an experimentalist working on simulations for alternative explanations for geological formations such as subduction.
- Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich, Technical University of Munich in Geophysics
- Technical University of Ostrava in Applied Physics
- udwig-Maximilians-University of Munich, Technical University of Munich in Geosciences
Jan works in the area of Applied Geophysics, Science, and Aviation. Mestan is also a geologist with expertise in exploration seismology and mineral prospecting. He also has claimed to show evidence of a connection between Zealandia and South America.
Jan is currently working on his Chthonian Theory which claims that the earth was a gas giant 4.6 billion years ago. Mestan also does experimental work using models on tectonic formation.