"Fossil records indicate that the animals and plants, throughout the world, grew to record sizes for a period of time on this earth. This worldwide discovery of enlarged species cannot all be explained by genetic factors. Scientists, led by Dr. Carl Baugh Ph.D. from Glen Rose, Texas, researched the fossil records of plants, animals, and birds. They came to the conclusion that the Jurassic atmospheric had to contain more oxygen and more carbon dioxide with higher pressure than the present atmosphere (14.7psi.). Addition research at the University of Tokyo with tomato plants indicated that the higher pressure with more carbon dioxide stimulated growth factors in plants. Dr. Carl Baugh developed an academic model of this pre-flood Jurassic atmosphere. He believes that the atmospheric pressure was about 28psi absolute. His academic model calls for about 23% oxygen and ten times more carbon dioxide (3/10 of 1%). His research group has built the world’s first hyperbaric biosphere."