Science Is Off Course, But Scientists Don't Know It Yet

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Scientific Paper
Title Science Is Off Course, But Scientists Don\'t Know It Yet
Author(s) Lawrence S Myers
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Published 2008
Journal None


Science is on the threshold of the greatest paradigm shift since Copernicus, but the world?s scientists don't know it because they have been deceived for the past 250 years by Immanuel Kant's nebular hypothesis of creation of the Earth and Solar System (1755) -- the most basic and fundamental assumption in science. This deception created several problems in science, primarily Plate Tectonics theory and its mechanism of subduction. Unfortunately, adoption of subduction by the scientific community to maintain a static Earth diameter by subduction of an equal amount of older seafloor in the Pacific Ocean was one of the most egregious and avoidable errors in the history of science. Few scientists today are aware the Earth is rapidly growing externally and expanding internally, a fact with long-range implications for the survivability of humans on Earth. It is imperative that appropriate scientific organizations be tasked to confirm expansion and determine the rate of Earth's future growth and expansion as a matter of National Priority. Contrary to current belief, the Earth IS rapidly increasing in mass and diameter by daily accretion of meteorites and dust particles from outer space, a slow process called ACCREATION (creation by accretion) ("A Fundamental Revolution in Science", NPA Proceedings, 2006, pp. 191-199) The empirical evidence has been in plain sight for many years; evidence that is unequivocal and overwhelming, but which scientists have chosen to disbelieve since initial disclosure December 14, 1982, at the AGU Fall Meeting in San Francisco. (