Author Topic: Has the plug been pulled out of the Atlantic? Crack on Earth's crust could make ocean DISAPPEAR - and pull Europe and North America together  (Read 1316 times)

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Offline mountaineer

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threatens to pull North America and Europe closer together and cause the Atlantic Ocean to vanish in about 220 million years.
Give or take. I'm pretty sure I won't be around to care.
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Very interesting article...the picture of that fault line in Algeria where one plate is moving under the other is amazing.
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"Save the Subduction Zones." Fracking will probably get the blame.

The only solution is to raise taxes, increase the size and scope of central government, the force which can hold Mother Nature at bay.

Soon the Enviro-guilt pushers will be out in tie died t-shirts, proclaiming mankind is behind the closing of the subduction zones.
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excellent. This should take care of the oceans rising due to global warming

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"Save the Subduction Zones." Fracking will probably get the blame.

The only solution is to raise taxes, increase the size and scope of central government, the force which can hold Mother Nature at bay.

Soon the Enviro-guilt pushers will be out in tie died t-shirts, proclaiming mankind is behind the closing of the subduction zones.

Yup!


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