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CSS...I cannot find that book listed on the Penguin website or in any library catalogue I have checked (which is several). Would you happen to have an ISBN number or some other information like publish date, editors/authors, etc.?Thanks!
Never mind the ISBN, tell us what it says about the answer to the question. What drives the convection currents?
Anyway, please explain how this avoids the problems I mentioned earlier. How come the ground moved but the water didn't and how did anything survive a flood that makes Noah's look like a puddle left by an unhousebroken puppy?
How does it feel to be a thicky, BC?
Quote from: sophiecentaur on 19/10/2008 00:04:00How does it feel to be a thicky, BC? I don't know- perhaps I should ask someone. Any suggestions?For those who have forgotten, here's CSS's theory from the opening post."I propose that a more logical alternative is that a temporary landbridge was created by the rising of the seabed due to a giant comet near-miss pulling on the Earth's inner core around 40,000 years ago."I'm probably too thick to understand any explanation of how the stiff rocks moved, but the runny water stayed still. Even if I could get to grips with that there's little hope of me understanding how the atmosphere wasn't stripped by this cometary fly-by.Worse still, I don't', so it seems to CSS, understand the accepted theory where the rocks stay still and the water sloshes about. I'm too thick to see how its the same as CSS's theory where the water only moves because the rocks (in their famously mobile, lively state) push the water about.Perhaps I will never understand all this.Does anyone else?