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No. the earth stays the same size but the position of the plates change

The Earth is not getting larger despite the formation of new crust that occurs along Divergent Plate Boundaries. Why? Well, at the opposite ends, crust is being pushed into the Earth's interior by colliding plates. We can basically say that the Earth's crust recycles itself through subduction of crustal material into the mantle and upwelling of magma from the mantle. - AprilG. ^^