Friday, March 7, 2014

Stripes but no stars

There are some highly stratified clay and sandstone deposits that are almost horizontal throughout the entire Colorado Plateau region. They seem to indicate that the entire Plateau was raised to over 5000 feet above sea level as on solid mass and did not tip at all in the process. In other places, there are huge anticlines and synclines in areas not too distant from this same location. Too bad I didn't study geology rather than law.

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