Comment on “Nuteeriat”

Here you can comment on any of the suite of articles in Nuteeriat, at the Nuteeriat web page.

These articles have been reworked from the original 1989 book, entitled NUTEERIAT: Nut Trees, the Expanding Earth, Rottnest Island, and All That….

The topic is the history of our Earth and its inhabitants over geological ages, and its fundamental changes over this time due to huge and continuing expansionary forces.


  • Richard Guy  On October 26, 2014 at 2:54 am

    Hello David I have been reading through your Treatise in stages. Interesting insights, various possibilities adding another dimension to existing speculation.


  • Clement Jewitt  On January 18, 2017 at 4:21 pm

    In an unexpanded Earth, where was all the water now filling the oceans, or, where did it all come from since? And, your presentation of the ancient continents theories makes no mention of the possibilities of the landmasses themselves changing shape – discourse on the coastline ‘fit’ getting rocky (!). Or maybe this is too far out of my knowledge areas . . .
    But I am greatly enjoying your theses, only just come across.
    Clement Jewitt, PhD

    David Noel comment: The question of water on the Earth’s surface at different times is an interesting one, with a complex answer. But (neglecting all matters re loss or gain of hydrogen to/from space) I think a major factor is generation of water from within the Earth.

    The new picture is that at aggregation, the Earth was much smaller but had a considerable and highly-dense compressed-neutron Core. (See “Inside The Earth — The Heartfire Model”, at Core-edge decay of neutrons into hydrogen and heavier elements (more at “XT804: Heavy Elements are made in Planets, not Stars”, not only was the root of expansion, but also led to hydrogen/oxygen (water) saturation of the new-rock matter outside the core. As this was churned by expansion at the Crust, much of this saturation was released to add to oceans — so on balance ocean water was released to keep pace with increasing surface area.


  • Clement Jewitt  On January 20, 2017 at 6:45 pm

    I’m still much enjoying your propositional forays. However, I can’t help feeling that Proposition 12E takes steps too far off any secure platform . . . and you made no detailed claims for it: bigger brains (than usual dinosaural) and large hands (but with a por thumb for good grasping) is not enough, for me anyway. Sloths have large hands . . . !
    David Noel: Yes, I admit that was mostly a bit of fun.


  • Clement Jewitt  On January 27, 2017 at 1:45 pm

    OK, here goes. Alternative propositions for description of Mars satellites by Jonathan Swift before the telecope was invented.

    Proposition Mars Satellites 1.
    There was a technological civilization existing perhaps prior to the last Ice Age, for which some evidence existed up to a few centuries ago, available to Swift, but which has now completely disappeared.

    Proposition Mars Satellites 2.
    There exists another realm than the conventional one, where time does not exist – life after death etc. Swift or some informant accessed that realm in some psychic way, thus obtaining the Mars satellite data.

    Not terribly difficult !


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