Merltech: So no person before looked at a world map and wondered if all the bits could be jammed together?
wildcardjack: How to tell some seriously long term farkery has been going on with the rocks.[i.pinimg.com image 800x1006]
Aezetyr: Bleach is mostly water.I am mostly water.Therefore I am bleach.
common sense is an oxymoron: [img.fark.net image 500x375]
rudemix: I wish I could have found a vibrant color picture. The difference in coloring in these striations is incredible.[ndmagazine.net image 850x680]
Spindle: [img.fark.net image 425x283]
Creepy Lurker Guy: Spindle . . .[img.fark.net image 425x283]Ummm, Sideling Hill, Route 68?I remember my 6th-Grade Teacher explaining this wacky new theory of plate tectonics back in '66, so she was ahead of her time by one year.
WyDave: The Geo department was known for years for their annual t-shirts that played with this concept. "Subduction leads to orogeny: Your plate or mine" was one of the best.Bio majors responded with "Seduction leads to Ontogeny"[i.pinimg.com image 697x264]
cyberspacedout: WyDave: The Geo department was known for years for their annual t-shirts that played with this concept. "Subduction leads to orogeny: Your plate or mine" was one of the best.Bio majors responded with "Seduction leads to Ontogeny"[i.pinimg.com image 697x264]Sometimes young geologists just want to get their rocks off.
Thingster: common sense is an oxymoron: [img.fark.net image 500x375]It's a dude going down on a mermaid./Her head and hair is to the left, she's on her back, and her fin goes to the right and is resting on his left shoulder and wrapped up across the back of his head while going into the screen.
common sense is an oxymoron: Although what's the point of going down on the kind of mermaid with the fish half on the bottom?
PartTimeBuddha: common sense is an oxymoron: Although what's the point of going down on the kind of mermaid with the fish half on the bottom?Indeed. And what is the diffference.
SVenus: [many eons ago...] I was taught Petrology as part of my Geology degree by a professor who received a PhD from Johns Hopkins who steadfastly and vehemently denied plate tectonics as it was proposed. He denied the mechanism.Since he made his course exceedingly hard and he was otherwise terribly boring, members of my class would seek to bring up the topic to distract him. It worked. Damn topic triggered the crap out of him.
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