I am not a Geologist but to me, this sounds bunk. "Growing Earth Theory" is what Neal Adams calls it, in the video at one point he says that the science comunity can't handle it and that it would throw 100's of years of research out the window. To me that sounds like the classic conpiracy nut wording but check it out for yourself:
It's one thing to present your pet scientific theory and give evidence for it. It's another thing entirely to accuse the entire scientific of a conspiracy of silence. Unfortunately he's discrediting himself by doing this.
The Growing Earth hypothesis is considered obsolete and replaced with plate tectonics. It would be interesting if continents fit together in the way the video describes, and presumably there's a rational explanation for it (although I suspect his animation just kind of smooshes the edges together).
He's basically saying, I've made this observation; expanding earth is the only explanation for it; therefore all the scientists or ignorant or lying.
The proper thing for the author to do would be to research why the growing earth theory was rejected in the first place.
I read some of his comments. It has something to do with the gradual creation of new matter at the core of the earth through a nuclear process. It's entirely different theory of physics.
Also, the entire universe is expanding, and he thinks the Sun and planets are likewise. He even believes he has evidence for Mars expanding.