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Old 10-30-2012, 07:55 PM   #10881
rockymountainoyster
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Way cool. I want to see them. In SE Argentina you can almost see the rock flowing, the synclines I think they are called are like waves. Climate change can't hold a candle to tectonic change. It is amazing to me that tectonic plate theory did not even exist when I was in school in the last century. When we get to see it in action it is fearsome. How do you account for visible errors in modern maps? I was in Hells Canyon last month and found some USGS monuments that were shot in the mid-40's they are pretty much spot on by my Garmin Montana, which is not always so spot on. It frequently can't find North... my Suunto always does... and without electricity.
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