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The planet is in motion, a ball of liquid iron and stuff, like a boiling kettle, the liquid is swirling around. The thin rocky surface rides on top and undulates up and down. I still don't see the problem.
Post 20 Apr 2008, 05:29
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revolution wrote:
I still don't see the problem.
Then you misunderstand me - I'm not saying it can't happen. I'm saying there needs to be more significant proof that this model is correct. Find me some 300mya ocean floor in (from the Panthalassic Ocean) the pacific - why is it all gone?

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I thought that the fossil records and geological evidence suggests that the East coast of Africa and the West coast of America were once joined? Plus some other, now separated, countries have similar evidence. Is that not so? I could be wrong of course, I just thought it was pretty much accepted by those that know what they are talking about.
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revolution wrote:
I could be wrong of course, I just thought it was pretty much accepted by those that know what they are talking about.
You know some people that were there!
Talk about a blast from the past! Laughing

Yeah, subduction, rocks, fossils (animals & plants) - end of story.

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bitRAKE wrote:
You know some people that were there!
This lady was probably there, we can ask her.
Post 20 Apr 2008, 07:11
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i was there too.
i'm 2519 years old...
it's hard to learn new technology for me. for me , the earth is still flat... Very Happy
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Lopsided ? Infers having a side. Idea

The Alphonso Theory.
If you believe in the big bang theory then I would think the planets would not have emerged spherical, but misshaped, maybe even squarish. Over time the effects of gravity would give them their shape of today. Very Happy

As for the Earth being flat. Well it is (to a degree) due to it being elliptical. See flattening.
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Post 08 May 2008, 10:35
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Pangea Day - May 10th, 2008 website wrote:
In order to take full advantage of Share on Ovi, you should use a JavaScript-enabled browser.
Bugger that, I'm not enabling JavaScript just to view one website. They can't even be bothered to provide a fallback page, just that one terse message.
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