2.21.Question: Does the planet Earth grow and do its dimensions change?
Answer: Well, what do you think. If the Earth didn’t grow, then we would never need to dig down into the earth to find ancient cities.
100,000 years ago lies somewhere 10 meters underground. That is, over 100 000 years the thickness of the Earth has increased by 10 meters.
How does this happen? Yes, it's very simple. So much space dust falls on the Earth from space. Everyone knows about big meteorites.
But apart from meteorites, cosmic dust is constantly falling and settling onto the Earth.
Therefore, it turns out that for ancient townships which existed 100 000 years ago, the layers of cultural remnants are at a depth of 10 m. That is, for around every 10 000 years - 1 meter depth. Except for those cases when they deliberately were covered - this is another [matter].
The [Earth] is really growing and this is a normal phenomenon, not to do with something about the Earth itself having consciousness, but simply the deposition of a lot of a cosmic dust.