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I borrowed this from http://www.mantleplumes.org/index.html :: Quote of the week :: "In 399 B.C. Socrates was accused of introducing new gods and questioning accepted gods.... Updated 17 Feb · 1 comments
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    Is mantle convection theory as good as we can get? Can it explain the variation in the world's divergent plate boundaries? The depth of the Mariana trench? The Basin and Range area? The San Andres fault? Current and past mountain building mechanics?

    Please visit my "Plate Tectonic Mechanism?" thread in speculations and tell me what you think.

    http://www.scienceforums.net/topic/73730-plate-tectonic-mechanism/

    Is it time for a new model of plate tectonics?

    In the last year and some months I have been quite busy writing a hypothesis concerning the thermal heating of the planets that possess magnetic fields and the several moons that exhibit the early development of these electro-magnetic phenomena that in the Earth's case I believe drive the various geologic processes that are currently observed and debated.

    You can view this work in two versions;

    The first http://electroplatetectonics.weebly.com/ is the Earth's geologic processes as seen through the thermal forcing of a variable electro-magnetic field.

    The second is http://electrotectonics.weebly.com/ where a broader examination is made with a more speculative assessment of these planets and their field generating mechanisms that also incorporates the above mentioned work in a more comprehensive and unified presentation.
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