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To: thackney
cheese-um-kee-ripes...!!!!!!!!!!!

Didn't they ever hear of soil ‘heaving’?

Are they not teaching ANYTHING in schools anymore? Do we have to re-discover the obvious over and over?

“Climate change” [formerly known as “Global Warming” before it started to get colder] had nothing to do with this, since it has been observed both before and after the fake data models they used

When water freezes it expands. That is why you need anti-freeze in your car -so you don't crack your solid metal engine block.

When soil has a lot of water in it, it expends when the water in it freezes, then moves when it melts. Soil on top of a hill expands and contracts more frequently than deeper buried soil, and gravity carries it downhill.

This can appear to be a creeping ‘motion’ over decades.

Go look at an old set of telegraph posts- they USED TO BE straight up and down

7 posted on 12/03/2012 9:46:54 AM PST by Mr. K (some days even my lucky rocketship underpants don't help...)
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To: Mr. K
Are they not teaching ANYTHING in schools anymore?

Absolutely. Recycling, climate change, political correctness, queer and womyn's studies top the curriculum.

Do we have to re-discover the obvious over and over?

Yes. Of course they're not really re-discovering it: they're just placing old knowledge in shiny new packages designed to advance certain "progressive" political goals.

25 posted on 12/03/2012 11:11:57 AM PST by Bernard Marx
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To: Mr. K

Leftists suffer from this weird delusion that everything should remain exactly as it is unless they declare otherwise.


28 posted on 12/03/2012 11:55:41 AM PST by ctdonath2 ($1 meals: http://abuckaplate.blogspot.com)
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