Do Dinosaurs Pose a Gravity Problem? | Space News

In today’s episode, we ask author Ted Holden (“Cosmos in Collision”) to explore the controversial question: Do dinosaurs pose a gravity problem? Scientists tell us that for about 165 million years on planet Earth, fantastic and often giant creatures called dinosaurs ruled our world. Of course, the largest of the dinosaurs dwarfs any animal that walks the earth today. Yet consensus science tells us that earth’s gravity was not weaker during the Mesozoic era. How is this so?

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