A NEW THEORY
The theory put forth in this document is a new one, vastly
different from those that have been presented to date. This
The Earth’s continents merged into a single massive continent
prior to the Mesozoic Era. This super-continent is known as
Pangea (or Pangaea). This continental consolidation and
attendant mountain building, resulting from plate tectonic
collisions, created an environment where the ambient
gravitational force at the lower elevations and flood-planes of
the super-continent was much lower than it is today. This
permitted the unprecedented physical growth of the dinosaurs. As
the continents broke away and drifted apart during the Mesozoic
Era, the ambient gravitational field gradually increased,
basically reversing the trend in physical size of the dinosaurs.
This downsizing process, along with other factors, allowed
mammals to increase in size and numbers, eventually displacing
the non-avian dinosaurs.
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