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Re: I Got Your Question Now.

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Posted by GwynJ on January 7, 2001 03:39:02 UTC

maybe i have a book somewhere that would give me a clue on comparing the cross sections found near active river beds compared to those of old former riverbeds...it would just seem to me that, wet or dry, one could have similar cross sections in a way. it always was curious to me, esp when hearing the rocks tumbling in the overflowing river from the force of the water, that one could even say the age with any real 'proof', when there seem to be pretty dramatic 'goings on' even from season to season. i would love to know how the sound of the water over the river rocks differs now than it did last year, it would have to, given position/depth changes...course, who could EVER know that, and what recording device could accurately even capture such slight changes?

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