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(Science Daily)   Scientist discover the deeper they go, the older the dirt gets   (sciencedaily.com) divider line 5
    More: Obvious, Earth, Carnegie's Erik Hauri, volcanic activity, Cook Islands, chemical bonds, volcanic rocks, subduction zones, deep mantle  
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2013-04-25 04:44:13 AM
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Hacker_X: Ed Grubermann: PC LOAD LETTER: This is a basic fact that Creationists can't understand.

And those "Expanding Earth" lunatics.

Um, we occasionally do get hit by rocks from space. It may be a very slow process but Earth is growing. Of course lately (on a grand geological scale) we have been launching lots of stuff into space so now it might be a wash. I don't know if there is any real way to calculate the incoming mass we gain each year vs the outgoing mass of various probes, ravers, satellites, etc...


The weight of outgoing ravers is minimal. All the dancing and the activity boosting,drugs prevent them from getting any kind of fat on them.
2013-04-24 11:01:24 PM
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utah dude: where do you think the vast oceans of non-bio inorganic oil at the earth's core come from? duh.


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2013-04-24 09:29:48 PM
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wildcardjack: utah dude: wildcardjack: Serious face palm time.

/The original hypothesis involved your mothers back and a squeegee.

the weird thing is is that republicans actually believe theories about nonbiogenic oil.

/chemist
//i burn dead plant life in my car

It's a real challenge to burn living plant life. It always seems to die out around the ignition point.


God did it.
2013-04-24 08:32:41 PM
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2013-04-24 08:07:51 PM
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where do you think the vast oceans of non-bio inorganic oil at the earth's core come from? duh.
 
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