Expanding Earth /  
The FAQ:
The following webpage lists common questions regarding expanding
Earth theory -- each with a link to a page or paper that provides an in
depth discussion of the topic. For evidence of expanding Earth (or
ether theory), one should check the "Evidence" webpage or the
"Papers" and "Videos" webpages....  
Part I: The Oceans FAQ
1. If the Earth was significantly smaller (paleoradius ~
65% of current radius) in the Triassic, what happened
to all the excess seawater?
2. If hydrothermal vents and other geothermal processes
helped flood the ocean basins as they formed, wouldn't
we see inexplicably drastic fluctuations in sealevel?
3. Don't ophiolites confirm the existence of wide
pre-Jurassic oceans?
4. What about pre-Jurassic fossils of marine taxa?
Don't they require the existence of ancient and wide
oceans?
Part II: The Geophysics FAQ
1. Isn't the expansion of planets and moons
geophysically impossible and wouldn't it violate
conservation of mass?
2. If the Earth increased in mass, wouldn't the Earth's
rotation
rate have to slow significantly in order to
conserve angular momentum?
Part III: The Gravity FAQ
1. If the strength of the Earth's surface gravity were
reduced
in the Mesozoic and earlier times, wouldn't
we see signs of that in the biophysics and skeletal
structure of paleobiota?
2. If the strength of the Earth's gravity were reduced
in
the Mesozoic and earlier times, shouldn't we see
effects of increasing force on the moon's orbit?  
3. If the strength of the Earth's surface gravity were
reduced
in the Mesozoic and earlier times, wouldn't
that have an effect on density and composition of
atmosphere?