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Mountains tend to occur along fault lines

15 Dec
The distribution of mountainous regions is closely related to fault lines.  The oceans vary considerably in depth.   As mountains rose up and valleys formed, water flowed in to the deepest ravines cutting gorges and canyons in the soft newly formed sedimentary rock.

The distribution of mountainous regions is closely related to fault lines. The oceans vary considerably in depth. As mountains rose up and valleys formed, water flowed in to the deepest ravines cutting gorges and canyons in the soft newly formed sedimentary rock.

There was no “Pangea” – the continents formed where the Earth’s crust buckled upwards and the oceans were formed where the Earth’s crust buckled downwards at the time of Noah’s flood (2450BC).

The distribution of mountainous regions is closely related to fault lines. The oceans vary considerably in depth. As mountains rose up and valleys formed, water flowed in to the deepest ravines cutting gorges and canyons in the soft newly formed sedimentary rock.There was no “Pangea” – the continents formed where the Earth’s crust buckled upwards and the oceans were formed where the Earth’s crust buckled downwards at the time of Noah’s flood (2450BC).

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