Dennis J McCarthy
Dennis J. McCarthy
|Residence||Norfolk, MA, United States|
|Known for||Growing Earth, Geophysics, Biogeography|
Dennis McCarthy has published papers on a wide variety of subjects, including geophysics, biogeography, and English literature. He is currently a research associate at the Buffalo Museum of Science and is on the editorial board of Biogeography & Systematics, a journal that will be launched by the Systematic & Evolutionary Biogeographical Association (SEBA) in late 2008.
Dennis has managed to publish papers advocating Earth expansion in peer reviewed journals for the last five years. His focus is mostly biogeographical -- showing biotic links across the Pacific requiring a smaller (not larger) Mesozoic Pacific Ocean basin. He has also recently published a paper in the Journal of Geophysical Research that became the first to explain the lopsided continent-ocean distribution of the globe (i.e., why the Southern Hemisphere is much more oceanic.) This explanation is linked to expanding Earth theory though he did not explicitly state that in the paper. Ultimately, Dennis is interested in confirming an ether-sink view of gravity, which naturally explains the expansion of some astronomical bodies.
- 1999 - "The Classical Newtonian Derivation of Lorentzian Equations for Sound and Other Media Processes"
- 1999 - "The Orbiting Clock Paradox: Should the Lorentzian View Be Preferred?"
- 1997 - "The Ether as a Preferred Reference Frame"
- 1997 - "The Hafele-Keating Contradiction"
- 1997 - "Can Relativity Predict and Open Rotational Sagnac Effect and not an Open Orbital Sagnac Effect Simultaneously?"
- 2009 - "[[Here Be Dragons / How the study of animal
and plant distributions revolutionized our views of life and Earth]]" (Read in full)
- 2009 - [http://www.worldsci.org/videos/dimdim/event_98_dimdim.flv Expanding Earth / We are Currently in the Middle of a Major Scientific Revolution
] (Video Lecture)
- 2008 - 4th Revolt - Dennis McCarthy - Lopsided Hemispheres (Video Slides)
- 2008 - 4th Revolt - Dennis McCarthy - Expanding Earth (Video Slides)