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Wed 10 Feb, 2016 11:58 am - I thank you for your answer. Although it did fall into a sort of argument, I am grateful for the consideration you and the others put into your responses. I apologize for any issues that my lack of... (view)
Wed 10 Feb, 2016 10:15 am - That is quite an interesting fact. Haven't planets that resemble earth been found though. I've read somewhere that they have. (view)
Wed 10 Feb, 2016 09:44 am - Yes. I feel very welcome. (view)
Wed 10 Feb, 2016 09:33 am - So what you're saying is that an extreme instability of the tectonic plates underneath us incessantly colliding(just ignore the absurdity for a moment) would not have an affect on the ground... (view)
Wed 10 Feb, 2016 09:29 am - So your question was not laced with any sort of rudeness? Your remark about me "taking a risk and using a question mark" was a sign of good will? (view)
Wed 10 Feb, 2016 09:26 am - Note that I didn't mean the entire earth. By earth, I meant the land under our feet. (view)
Tue 9 Feb, 2016 05:28 pm - What I asked or what I meant by my question was: if tectonic plates collided and, "hypothetically", something prevented one from sliding over the other creating a mountain, would the... (view)
Tue 9 Feb, 2016 10:16 am - Thank you all for your considerate answers. I am aware of the fact that this hypothetical is basically impossible, but I oftentimes enjoy pondering over impossible, or seemingly impossible things,... (view)
Tue 9 Feb, 2016 12:01 am - I know this is a strange question but it got me wondering. Say, hypothetically, the earth still had tectonic plates that collided together but no mountains could be formed. The tectonic plates... (view)
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