Relationship between Gravity and Evolution
(The theory of the increasing of the gravity)

BY: Ramin Amir Mardfar

[email protected]

Publisher:Zeinab Tabriz
Translated By: Fatemeh Ebrahimi
First Edition: 2000
ISBN 964-7061-4-8


Book 2 : The ABC of  Evolution



I've expressed initials of my theorem in 1986. I sent my first article to different associations of zoology, paleontology, and geology in different countries such as London Zoology Association. My first article was published by "Ettelaate Elmi" magazine in 1996. Then my other fifteen articles was published there. My first book consisting a collection of these articles was printed and published in 2000. I published translation of my articles on a website in 2001 and on Dec.2001 I created Paleogravity group in Yahoo Groups for discussions on this respect. Before my book has been printed I asked related questions from myself and wrote their answer in my book. Many people has discussed with me about this theorem but no one has been able to ask a new question except those in my book.


1. Why the insects have so small sizes?
2. Dose the force of gravity increase?
3. Plants, other witnesses for the increase of gravity
4. Megatherium and the increase of gravity
5. How can the gravity increase?
6. Gravity variation from the equator to poles?
7. The sea animals and the increase of gravity
8. The relationship between the blood system and air pressure
9. The extinction of dinosaurs and the gravity increase
10. The circulatory system in zero gravity
11. Why did the previous mammals have small bodies?
12. Why the body size of the mammals are different?
13: Relationship between Pressure & Growth speed
14: If the Earth Expanded, where did all the extra mass come from?
15: A physical question
16: New Hearts in the future
17: Axolotl
18: The new class of animals
19: Why the body of Coelacanth grow several time?
20: The relation between blood circulation system and animals body size
21: Were dinosaurs warm-blooded or cold-blooded?
22: The method of finding gravity in the past time
23: The graph of land animals' size during the tim
24: Pterodactyl
25: Big Bang or Steady-state universe

26: Are the cells, the establishing unit of our body?

27: Ramin Mardfar & Dr. Simon Maddrell (July 2008)

28: How can a sheep be grown as large as a cow?

29: Ramin Mardfar & Prof.Dr.Dominique Adriaens


In our society the important invention, the scientific value of which is obvious, are accepted by the majority soon, and have a lot of materialistic value for their owners, but those who discover the main principles and scientific basis, do not receive any reward and sometimes their life comes to its end, while not only they have seen no reward but also no one has understood their purpose. But instead, when another invention, comes to market, the fame first group disappears, while the fame of the second group increase, and the importance of the scientific principle increases by the increase of its numbers and its number of applications.
  The people who have a lot of knowledge and not adopt their knowledge with each other and also do not relate them with each other, although simple-minded people consider them scientists, but in fact they have no difference with simple ignorant people, and these irrelevant knowledge’s have no value. When the knowledge is adopted by a regular and unified growth and is harmonious, it can be called integrated knowledge. This kind of knowledge can not be obtained by the accumulation of some information and assembling of large or small and irrelevant rules, rather they should be studied and analyzed with meekness, so the brain can choose and absorb whatever it needs. When the knowledge and information becomes exclusive and complicated the necessity of their unity of them is being sesed more. If a nervy person can not be found to do such a thing, the world of sciences will be impregnable very soon. Now there are so many proficient who, like a bee are not aware of the work that they are doing. They work very eagerly at a corner and also their work is very useful. But the science is not specific to the results of their individual work.
  The growth of the science is like the growth of a living creature; some people should take the trouble of them, and should integrate and combine, so that can successfully unify them. If there is no attempt to collect and unify the knowledge's, the separated scientific facts and small theories will increase, but the science will disappear per se. The person who takes the trouble to understand the very complicated parts of science and to culminate, is like a passerby who watches the desert and whatever is in it, from a mountaintop, the hills with their strange shapes and the thick forests will no more bewilder him, and he can see all of them from the top of the mountain and none of them will prevent the other ones from being seen by him, and he can see all of them and can differentiate and recognize their relationships. It is not necessary for integrated to be broader than other specific sciences, Because the person who wants to acquire it, do not try to be aware of the punctilios and the mysteries which are allocated to exclusive knowledge or don't want to fill his brain with them.
Most of the punctilios which are acquired by the expert scientist a hard work, is of no importance for a comprehensive scientist. As the drawing of the watercourse of a river is very simple for a drawer, to discover which a lot of people have worked very hard. Also for a comprehensive scientist, the record of scientific facts and thoughts is very simple; every one of which is the result of the hard work and intelligence of scientists. But most of scientists prefer not go beyond the experiments and experience, But whatever they become more doubtful, and very soon the most expedient attempts to acquire experimental knowledge, looks like an accidental event for them.
  When we compare the determined decision and attempt of a comprehensive scientist with other people's hesitation, we may consider him as a hero. Frankly, in this affair there is some heroic aspect, because it has an aspect of adventure. Exclusive researches usually do not face with failure, because their results are immediate and bring relief. An astronomer who extracts correct calendar for us, and a chemist who provides the colors for us as well as a baker who brings the bread of the oven, is aware of the result of his work, and also to write the cards regularly and putting them in their places carefully or to set the row of the insects and seashells and writing notes and articles about them is satisfactory for most of people. They know that their work will remain forever, because they provide the materials, which are the basis of any scientific compound, by the passage of time the buildings are built with these materials, and perhaps the building will be destroyed but the materials remain! Most of scientists stop here, that are they providing the material but do not build the building. I suppose that they afraid of bewildering and don't go forward following their natural instinct. They have right not to go forward, but the thought that every where they become bewildered, all of them will be involved in this situation, is wrong. If it said that the theories of a comprehensive scientist precede his experiences, the answer is that, this drawback is true about all other scientific theories and the person who poses a theory, should not be questioned that if he himself has tested it or not.   "
George Sarton "



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