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Jan Koziar
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Jan Koziar (Abstracts)
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  • Principles of Plate Movements on the Expanding Earth (1994) [Updated 8 years ago]

    The existence of rigid lithospheric plates resting on plastic asthenosphere allows one to build a quantitative model of their movement on the expanding earth. Such a motel relates the kinetics with dynamics, and binds the lithesphere with its basement as a general reference frame. These features do not exist in plate tectonic model. The expanding earth model explains the observed scheme of development of the lithosphere, together with some relations incomprehensible within plate tectonics.


  • Possible Relation Between Earth Expansion and Dark Matter (1994) [Updated 8 years ago]

    The theory of earth expansion has been developed since long from several basic observations. These are, first of all, mutual moving apart of all the continents, lengthwise extension of the ocean ridges, radial growth of the oceanic lithosphere around Africa and Antarctica, extension and splitting of continental margins, increase of the Pacific Ocean (similar to other oceans), and deep rooting of the plates, and ocean ridges which has recently been proved by seismic tomography.

    The main objection which has been raised against earth expansion are unknown causes of this process. The objection is incorrect because we do not need to know a physical cause of a phenomenon to be able to prove it as as fact. Nevertheless, the recently developed theory of dark matter can give a casual explanation for earth expansion. What is more, this process appears as a being sought by physicists a tangible effect of the existence of dark matter.


  • Tension - Gravitational Model of Island Arcs (1994) [Updated 8 years ago]

    Active continental margins are the zones where, according to plate tectonics, the oceanic spreading is being compensated. The original model, based on this assumption, was created by Isacs et al., (1968), being subsequently modified in different ways. Finally, it appeared as an artificial construction much less convincing than the model of spreading, and has been critizised by many authors (Tanner 1976, Carey 1977, Pfeufer 1981, Cudinov 1985, Koziar and Jamrozik 1991).


  • Tension - Gravitational Model of Island Arcs (1994) [Updated 8 years ago]

    Active continental margins are the zones where, according to plate tectonics, the oceanic spreading is being compensated. The original model, based on this assumption, was created by Isacs et al., (1968), being subsequently modified in different ways. Finally, it appeared as an artificial construction much less convincing than the model of spreading, and has been criticized by many authors (Tanner 1976, Carey 1977, Pfeufer 1981, Cudinov 1985, Koziar and Jamrozik 1991).