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We only have to look at the way the continents are drifting apart to realise the Earth is expanding at a relatively phenomenal rate.
The highest gravitational pull is at the poles, this is where most of the material comes down to Earth
But then we are looking at solids, what about molecules as they enter the Earths Gravitational Field? Here atoms are forced together to make gasses liquids and solids. The Aurora Borealis is an example of particles excited by the field around the poles. Most of the material arriving on the planet will end up in the ocean, how is this measured?
Upswelling is caused by deepening oceans as more water is produced by oxygen and hydrogen being forced together as the molecules enter the gravitational field!
More water = more pressure at the bottom of the ocean. A bit like squeezing a rubber ball, press your finger in and increase the pressure forcing the rest of the ball to expand.
Why do you have a problem with smaller particles, molecules, electrons protons and neutronsn being drawn towards the mass and converted on entry into hydrogen.
Where do you suppose the water came from?
What if science is completely wrong? What if the earth began stable like many more planets that are smaller in mass than the earth? Nearest example the moon! What if the earth is growing at a painfully slow rate?
What if the rock that was carbon dated, which I might add is wholly inaccurate anyway,
What if the rock ...was broken downs by water pulled down by plate movements as sediment deposit, reformed and brought back up to the surface, possibly a thousand times or more before? What if entire continents have been eroded away and reformed many times?
The point I am trying to make here is that any rock we try to date the earth from could well have been reassembled many times previously. We do not know that this rock has been here since the planet developed!
. Saying it is five billion years old is not substantiated by dating a rock!
.If we take this further. The Earth could certainly have been inhabited many times in the past and most traces vanished, cleansed by incalculable timescales.