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Offline colorshapetexture

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Botany and growing earth?
« on: 30/03/2013 18:15:41 »
I am a layman just trying to make sense of the plate tectonics hypotheses. 8
Nuteeriat is a totaly different field of sciencetific study yet the same conclusion as the earth growing theory.
My question to you in this forum is...
 With this information. What is your take on tectonics verses growing?
 And do your scientific studies cross info and lead you to findings as David Noels research took him?

The Truth (?) about Continental Drift, Plate Tectonics, the Expanding Earth, and Subduction, and how these truths have been revealed by a study of the Distributions of Nut Trees and other Plants. [nofollow]
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Re: Botany and growing earth.
« Reply #1 on: 31/03/2013 11:44:40 »
A discussion should only be posted in one area.

This topic is about whether the distribution of plant species can tell us anything about the shape of the continents (a crossover between biology & geology/astronomy).

I have locked this thread, but feel free to continue the discussion in the geology area, at:


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