James Maxlow
Dr. James Maxlow's Home Page

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This is the official website of world-reknown geologist and proponent of the Expansion Tectonics, Dr. James Maxlow of Australia. Like his theory, this website is expanding and will grow with more information about Dr. Maxlow's work and the theory of the Expansion Tectonics.
Dr. James Maxlow

Dr. Maxlow's Research

Dr. Maxlow's interests in Expansion Tectonics stem from a dissatifaction with plate tectonics in explaining geological phenomena. As part of his PhD research into global tectonics, he created models of an expanding Earth from the present back to the early Archaean Era. This is the first time that both oceanic and continental crusts have been used to reconstruct plate assemblage for the entire 100% of Earth history. Models were then used to layer global geographical, climatic, geophysical and geological data to quantify an Earth expansion process (note: Earth expansion = growing Earth).

Read Dr. Maxlows explanation of Expansion Tectonics.

Terra non Firma Earth: Plate Tectonics is a Myth

"Terra non Firma Earth: Plate Tectonics is a Myth"

His book entitled "Terra non Firma Earth: Plate Tectonics is a Myth" is available from Oneoff Publishing. In his travels he was fortunate in meeting the late Professor Sam Warren Carey (the grandfather of Earth expansion) whereby he passed his Earth expansion "baton" on to James before he died, hence his reluctance to part with the term expanding Earth. He was also fortunate in meeting Klaus Vogel (the father of Earth expansion modelling) and his wife Eve-Maria while in Germany, plus Yan Kozier while in Poland - both eminent expanders in their own right.

You can buy the book at: www.oneoffpublishing.com

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Dr. James Maxlow Lectures Online

You can see Dr. James Maxlow's lecture on the subject
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Maxlow Lecture on One Off Publishing on YouTube

Expansion Tectonics
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