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by Seymor Hunt,Lorence Collins,E. A. Skobelin
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Expanding Geospheres. ISBN-13: 978-0969450610. A new theory of the earth is explored in which diverse phenomena, such as the Earth's zonation into geospheres, igneous endogeny and tectonics, are attributed to volatile emanations from inner Earth. The "granite problem" is finally resolved. The polonium-halo problem is resolved.
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1992, Expanding Geospheres, Energy and Mass Transfers from Earth’s Interior, Polar Publishing, Calgary, 421 p. oogle Scholar. in press, Hydridic Earth, the New Geology of our Primordially Hydrogen-rich Planet, . Hunt, e. Polar Publishing, Calgary. 1990, Granite magmas: their sources, initiation and consequences of emplacement: J. Geol. Soc. London, 147:579–589. CrossRefGoogle Scholar.
Lorence Gene "Larry" Collins, born November 19, 1931, in Vernon, Kansas is an American petrologist. Hunt, C. Collins, L. Skobelin, E. (1992). Expanding Geospheres. p. 421. ISBN 694506-1-3.
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Lorence Gene Collins, Barbara J. C. W. Hunt, L. G. Collins, E. Hydrothermal differentiation and myrmekite : a clue to many geologic puzzles. Lorence Gene Collins. Scientific errors that can result when myrmekite and geologic evidence are ignored. by Seymor Hunt, Lorence G. The generation of petroleum and metallic ores become comprehensible, and the location of a potentially huge hydrocarbon resource is described.