16th August 2016, 20:17
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16th August 2016, 21:30
Have you ever pulled out a tree stump? There is usually very poor soil under old trees because the tree sucked up all the nutrients and minerals. What you wrote only confirms my hypothesis more. The Tibetan Plateau is a lifeless desert with poor soil. Mainstream science states that before the plateau rose up the ground was originally flat and should have had abundant fertile soil and much "alluvial materials." If the Plateau was pushed up from plate tectonics alone then the remnants of the old Alluvial plain should logically still be there. Billions/Trillions of tons of alluvial soils just don't disappear during periods of upthrust. There is something else going on.
Originally posted by lift the veil
Maybe the alluvial plain was buried under lava? Nope that doesn't explain it either because volcanic activity is quite rare in Tibet even tracing back millions of years. The subduction of the Indian subcontinent should have caused a large increase in volcanic activity that would continue even into modern times. Compared to the "ring of fire" in the Pacific Tibet is volcanically dead. So how did the Indian subcontinent push under the Eurasian continent without melting? Must be some type of mystery.
Also the animation is total bunk. It shows mountains forming in a straight line. Why is the Tibetan Plateau round? Once again where are the expected volcanoes. The animation shows volcanoes but there aren't any active volcanoes in the Himalayas.
Some honest geologists have dared to challenge the prevailing theory because they know it is complete bullcrap. The formation of the Tibetan plateau don't fit the models of subduction and they all know it. Where are the volcanoes and what happened to remnants of the old alluvial plain.
You assume I am not scientifically educated but that is false. I learned chemistry, geology, geography, physics among other topics in college. I read Francis Bacon's New Atlantis and decided it was contrived nonsense based off the methodology of the witch trials. I purposely turned away from science because it is not logical.
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16th August 2016, 21:31