THE CENTRAL EXPANDING EARTH EXCHANGE (CEEEXCHANGE )
EXPANDING EARTH EXCHANGE was a cyberspace reincarnation of an earlier
EARTH EXPANSION EXCHANGE (EEE) founded in 1979 by Professor S. Warren
Carey, University of
Tasmania, Australia, Mr. H. Hugh Wilson, a Petroleum Geologist of
Houston, Texas, and Mr. Ralph A. H. Groves of Santa Rosa, California,
who administered the Exchange. The
opening letter to members in the first issue of Earth Expansion Exchange
Registry 1, March 1980, stated: "The
Earth Expansion Exchange was founded to provide an international
registry and facility for the exchange of information concerning the
Earth Expansion Theory."
CEEEXCHANGE goal was two-fold: First,
to continue the purposes of the EEE in an effort to convince the world's
scientific community that the Earth is expanding.
As noted above, there
is empirical evidence that the planet is expanding, but
unambiguous confirmation by scientific measurements is still needed to
convince skeptics who will continue to believe in subduction despite its
illogicality and the evidence against it.
Second, to convince scientists and citizens of the world that adoption of subduction in the 1970's was an unfortunate and regrettable mistake—a mistake generated by a far greater fundamental error made two centuries earlier when Laplace’s nebular hypothesis was adopted as the model for creation of the planets and solar system.
Together, these two errors produced unintended
consequences not apparent to those who made them or now follow them, so
the objective of the CEEEXCHANGE was to illuminate and reverse this
misguided philosophy in order to lead scientists onto a new research
path leading to the 'truth' of the Universe that all scientists seek.
The eventual fate of Mankind rests in the balance--and the
scientific community does not even suspect it at this moment in time.
Another objective was to belatedly honor the pioneering ideas of Professor S. Warren Carey and the memory of Dr. Bruce M. Heezen, together with the many unknown scientists and independent thinkers whose correct perceptions of an expanding Earth were ignored 30 years ago.
Unfortunately, it has become necessary to once again suspend an active CEEEXCHANGE, but its objectives remain unchanged. We are sorry that the time and personnel to maintain it are no longer available.
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