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Mountains are formed when tectonic plates move together and over ride each other during an earthquake

08 Dec
Whenever the contents of the Earth spill onto it's surface, there is a minute but significant reduction in the earth's volume/ diameter and circumference creating pressure / stress within the Earth's tectonic plates resulting in earthquakes and buckling of the earths outer mantle creating valleys and mountains.

Whenever the contents of the Earth spill onto it’s surface, there is a minute but significant reduction in the earth’s volume/ diameter and circumference creating pressure / stress within the Earth’s tectonic plates resulting in earthquakes and buckling of the earths outer mantle creating valleys and mountains.

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Posted by on December 8, 2012 in Creation, science

 

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