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Posted by Aaron Viviano on June 7, 2002 18:57:40 UTC

My knowledge of Geogological knowledge is very rusty right now. So right now the most of the points that you made a can't agree or disagree with at all currently. So I'm neutral currently on those points untill I know if there porven one way or another.

But there is more...

"Then there is the sea coral that is 300' deep in Ohio. That being evidence that the midwest used to be near the equator..."

This I can draw a point against. Before I suggested that there might have been a sea/ocean over ohio and you agreed. Time differences aside, for when that ocean was around, there is another possiblity. What do you think about the earth's axis being at 0? This would create a spring time enviroment on most the planet and a warm enough climate for it to seem to be a the equator.

Thanks for your thoughts.


What do you think of this? Thanks for the answer.

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