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A question for Mark Gaffney which occurs to me after listening to your article. (I listen using specialised software for those with no reading vision.)

Do you think that Earth itself wobbled four times, each time producing different pole positions, with the continents remaining more or less where they are? If it was just the crust displacing, how did the layout of, for instance, the British Isles remain the same and not rupture along the geological WSW - ENE line where two paates 'joined' to form the juntion between Scotland and England?

Please note that this is a simple, straightforward question! I have to add this, because there are those here who will warn you not to listen to me, the sceptic!

I look forward with interest to your reply.
Susan

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Changing pole positions 496 Susan Doris 03-Dec-20 07:50
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Re: Changing pole positions 166 seasmith 04-Dec-20 05:06
Re: Changing pole positions 155 Susan Doris 04-Dec-20 06:11
Re: Changing pole positions 162 mhgaffney 04-Dec-20 09:29
Re: Changing pole positions 158 Susan Doris 04-Dec-20 11:17
Re: Changing pole positions 122 Susan Doris 04-Dec-20 17:19
Re: Changing pole positions 151 mhgaffney 04-Dec-20 20:32
Re: Changing pole positions 145 Susan Doris 05-Dec-20 06:32
Re: Changing pole positions 157 seasmith 07-Dec-20 01:25
Re: Changing pole positions 134 mhgaffney 07-Dec-20 23:15
Re: Changing pole positions 135 seasmith 08-Dec-20 02:07
Re: Changing pole positions 164 mhgaffney 08-Dec-20 09:27
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