The method of finding gravity in the past time

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I am trying to make a correlation between the size of the biggest animal of each class and gravity of the place, where it live, and use of it for finding the amount of the gravity in the past time.

My proposed plan,

1) Putting numbers in the following schedule.

2) Drawing "g" and "h" on a graph and extend it. h = Weight or height of the biggest alive that class (mammals, reptiles, birds or amphibians) in this latitude. g = The gravity in this latitude.

3) Inputting weight or height (size) of a certain fossil on the graph.

4) Specify the gravity for that fossil from the graph (gravity on that time).

Attention:

A) Animals must be compared with their same class.

B) The specified fossil must be the biggest animal of the same class when they were alive.

Schedule:

 Degree 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 latitude m/s 2 9.789 9.832 g kg 3000 600 Weight

Questions:

1) What is largest native mammal that lives in near pole now?

2) What is largest native mammal that lives in 10 degree latitude?

3) What is largest native mammal that lives in 20 degree latitude?

4) ….30 degree ….?

5) …. 40 degree …?

6) …. 50 degree …?

7) …. 60 degree …?

8) … 70 degree …?

9) … 80 degree …?

10) What is largest native mammal that lives in near equator now?

1) For example pole bear

2) For example ….

3) …

4) …

5) For example camel

6) ….

7) …

8) …

9) …

10) For example giraffe

My intention is compare size (high) or weight o this animals with each other. It means a mammal (4-chambered heart) in the pole uttermost (maximum) can grow up as the same as pole bear whereas in the equator can grow up as the same as a giraffe.

You see that difference in size is significant.

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