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Are subduction zones greatest mountain chains forming regions?
My answer is NO!
Along the subduction zones a lot of thin lithosphere plates are sinking into the Asthenosphere. Bended plates are submerged straight the Asthenosphere for melting and recycling.
Of course the subduction zones are zones of huge tectonic activity. Greatest interaction between thin and thick lithosphere platforms produces penetration of the Asthenosphere masses through greatest folding structures (through greatest inner fissures) and creates crust-quakes as well as volcanoes. Of course that is right and truth!
Some scientists try to prove that subduction zones are mountain chains and mountain-forming regions.   How?

Why subduction zone in the center or the Pacific Ocean can not form huge mountain chains? Where is near Marianas Trench a huge mountain chain? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mariana_Trench
 There are volcanic islands only, formed by huge interaction between sinking lithosphere tiles and they are drifting straight the Asthenosphere together the floor for melting and recycling. Temporary volcanic submarine mountains and islands to the subduction zones closely connected to the greatest tectonic activity there.
Very many greatest mountain chains are far to the subduction zones. How these mountains are formed and why did not sink in the Asthenosphere?
How the melting crust could form greatest mountain chains along the American continents?

Answer is in the Sensational research only; Cosmogeological catastrophic plate tectonics.  http://www.cosmogeology.ge/chapter-18.htm
That is not theory now! That is reality! I want to help mankind to understand truth!

I’m ready to the intellectual debates even most famous scientists!

I repeat once again, future of the Geology is that!
Gradualism (for peaceful periods) + catastrophic plate tectonics (for periods of global catastrophes)!
Another way is blind alley for the Geology as well as for mankind!
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Your link is very difficult read; maybe it is my browser (Firefox) but most text is greyed out and sprinkled with blazing highlights.

I just used Google Earth and checked the locations of mountain ranges around the earth. Most seemed to be in close proximity to subduction zones. But the close proximity does not guarantee that the zones cause the mountains.
 

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Thank you!
Publication in the thread for few hundred readers is not enough. Do you have friend journalist to publish the small excellent article in another media-issue. It would be very interesting for English-spiking world http://www.cosmogeology.ge/chapter-19.htm
 

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Thank you!
Publication in the thread for few hundred readers is not enough. Do you have friend journalist to publish the small excellent article in another media-issue. It would be very interesting for English-spiking world http://www.cosmogeology.ge/chapter-19.htm

The amount of readers you get will depend mostly on what you write. I find that most people read the first few sentences of a writing and if they find interest they read the first paragraph; if that is interesting they read the last paragraph and that is usually it.  If the work is really really interesting they skim through it, find a few highlights, look at the graphics and that is it.

Publishing on the web is very easy. You obviously have internet access. All you need is a web server; you can get the best there is from CheapBytes.com for about eight dollars.
 

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I know about similar servers. In the newspaper would be much better. There is explained dangerous and dead full fate of the mankind and decoded all main secrets of ancient sources.
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I know about similar servers. In the newspaper would be much better. There is explained dangerous and dead full fate of the mankind and decoded all main secrets of ancient sources.
sorry!
Most local papers will publish articles from their readers. I've published several articles in local Arkansas papers. The thing you have to do is find things of interest that will get regular folks to read it. I find I have to tone down the scientific jargon and lay it out in simple terms for the common folk.
 

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Vern you are good guy!
Send sometimes for your friends the link: http://www.cosmogeology.ge/chapter-19.htm
They will send for their friends, etc…
I just decoded it for mankind.
The link without scientific knowledge is enough understandable foe clever human.
Thank you for your attention!
 

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Vern you are good guy!
Send sometimes for your friends the link: http://www.cosmogeology.ge/chapter-19.htm
They will send for their friends, etc…
I just decoded it for mankind.
The link without scientific knowledge is enough understandable foe clever human.
Thank you for your attention!

It is a good reference but it is a difficult read. I'll put a link to it from my server but it would be nice if there was an abstract that could condense the main idea down into a paragraph or so.

BTW the images do not appear in my Firefox browser.
 

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You can write.

Global flood! When will happen that?
http://www.cosmogeology.ge/chapter-19.htm



I will write shortly explanation, something like an abstract.
Thank you!
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You can write.

Global flood! When will happen that?
http://www.cosmogeology.ge/chapter-19.htm



I will write shortly explanation, something like an abstract.
Thank you!
That will help your readers very much. Keep on chuggin  :o
 

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« Reply #10 on: 24/01/2009 20:08:18 »
When   Edgar Keisi predict next changing of magnetic poles?
Do you know Vern?
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« Reply #11 on: 25/01/2009 20:09:38 »
When   Edgar Keisi predict next changing of magnetic poles?
Do you know Vern?

No; I haven't seen that prediction. I've seen speculation that the earth's magnetic poles follow the sun's which change every 15000 years or so.
 

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« Reply #12 on: 25/01/2009 22:13:25 »
I can't see the pictures on my browser and the link seems to ramble on and on, I'm afraid. I just gave up.
 

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« Reply #13 on: 25/01/2009 23:13:50 »
When   Edgar Keisi predict next changing of magnetic poles?
Do you know Vern?

No; I haven't seen that prediction. I've seen speculation that the earth's magnetic poles follow the sun's which change every 15000 years or so.

Correction: While snooping around the Internet I see evidence that the sun's magnetic fields may flip more often. Here's the link
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The Sun's magnetic poles will remain as they are now, with the north magnetic pole pointing through the Sun's southern hemisphere, until the year 2012 when they will reverse again. This transition happens, as far as we know, at the peak of every 11-year sunspot cycle -- like clockwork.

Earth’s magnetic field also flips, but with less regularity. Consecutive reversals are spaced 5 thousand years to 50 million years apart. The last reversal happened 740,000 years ago. Some researchers think our planet is overdue for another one, but nobody knows exactly when the next reversal might occur.
 

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« Reply #14 on: 26/01/2009 14:57:25 »
I know about the Sun.
Last reversal into the Earth was within(10,500B.C.-10,428B.C.) years. I have proof! In the link is written wrong about last reversal into the Earth.
About book; I have send E-mail.
Answer send by E-mail only!
Thank you!
good luck!
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« Reply #15 on: 26/01/2009 15:12:35 »
Quote from the link:
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February 15, 2001 -- You can't tell by looking, but scientists say the Sun has just undergone an important change. Our star's magnetic field has flipped.

I don't know of a reason to discount what they claim. They seem to have done their homework pretty well.
BTW: received your email, and replied.
 

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« Reply #16 on: 26/01/2009 16:18:36 »
The sun is very interesting body. now it has minimum of the activity and winters are much more cold by comparison to the others! About the Sun is very interesting article in the book.
 

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« Reply #17 on: 26/01/2009 17:09:50 »
I wish the sun had the minimum activity happen earlier; maybe my countries president would not have signed on to the Kyoto agreement as he just said he is going to do. Now we have to pay more taxes so we can send money to the crooks in the UN  :( :( >:( :)
 

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