GRAVITY & DINOSAURS
The surface area of the continental land masses are the same as the surface area of Mars suggesting before creation of the deepwater oceans planetary mass, surface area, surface curvature and surface gravity was about the same as the planet Mars, with 10% of Earth’s mass and 38% of Earth’s surface gravity.
Before breakup of the lithosphere electrons captured by the field were conducted through the lithosphere along ferrous conductors, the tubes of volcanoes and the electrolyte discharge from geothermal vents which filled and fertilized the shallow continental oceans. Volcanic eruptions increased planetary surface area by thickening the lithosphere and the water and gas fraction created atmosphere.
The Mesozoic era was the era of the dinosaurs. The moist carbon rich environment nurtured the evolution of Mesozoic lifeforms and low gravity allowed dinosaurs to evolve to prodigious sizes:
Supersaurus – lived 155-145 million years ago. It weighed 50-60 tons.
The Mesozoic Era lasted from about 252 million years ago to 66 million years ago, and during that time there were several large volcanic events that occurred. Here are some of the biggest volcanic events since the beginning of the Mesozoic era:
The Siberian Traps (252 million years ago) – This was the largest volcanic event in Earth’s history, covering an area of about 2 million square kilometers in modern-day Siberia. The eruption lasted for about a million years and released massive amounts of volcanic gases, which may have caused global climate change and contributed to the Permian-Triassic extinction event.
The Central Atlantic Magmatic Province (201 million years ago) – This event occurred as the supercontinent Pangaea was breaking apart, and it produced extensive flood basalt eruptions that covered an area of about 11 million square kilometers in eastern North America, South America, and northwestern Africa.
The Caribbean Large Igneous Province (94 million years ago) – This event produced extensive flood basalt eruptions that covered an area of about 1 million square kilometers in the Caribbean region.
The Deccan Traps (66 million years ago) The eruption lasted for about 1.5 million years and covered an area of about 500,000 square kilometers in modern-day India.
The similarity between rotation periods of Earth and Mars; 24:00 hours & 24:40 hours, and the similarity between the axial tilts of Earth and Mars; 23.5 degrees and 25.2 degrees, suggests Earth and Mars may have once been in geosynchronous orbits with the axis of their orbits tilted about 25 degrees from the axis of their solar orbits.
If the planets were the same mass as Mars and in circular orbits, with 24 hour orbital periods, the radius of their orbits would be approximately 12,946 miles and orbital velocity approximately 5,168 miles per hour.
If Earth and Mars were orbiting before creation of the deepwater oceans, their orbits may have been disrupted by an impact, causing the extinction event at the beginning of the Mesozoic era, with the moon which rebounded into Earth orbit and the impact increased Earth’s rotation speed, decreased Earth’s axial tilt and moved Earth to a closer orbit around the sun.
It is generally believed during the Mesozoic era the global climate was warmer than present day and little evidence of polar icecaps before the beginning of the creation of the Atlantic ocean when the