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Reply #2: I've never seen any evidence supporting that assertion. [View All]

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Paradoxical Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Mar-11-11 02:20 AM
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2. I've never seen any evidence supporting that assertion.
I've never heard of any evidence supporting the idea that human activity has any affect on tectonic plate movement.
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  -Human activity does not affect tectonic plate movement Paradoxical  Mar-11-11 02:16 AM   #0 
  - How the shift in weight distribution because of the polar ice melt?  aquart   Mar-11-11 02:19 AM   #1 
  - I've never seen any evidence supporting that assertion.  Paradoxical   Mar-11-11 02:20 AM   #2 
     - Human activity has no effect on tectonic plate movement.  tabatha   Mar-11-11 02:28 AM   #5 
     - Absolutely.  Paradoxical   Mar-11-11 02:29 AM   #6 
     - than you havent looked.. theres a cool site called google  meow mix   Mar-11-11 03:28 AM   #12 
        - double  Paradoxical   Mar-11-11 03:35 AM   # 
        - Please post a single piece of evidence supporting the claim  Paradoxical   Mar-11-11 03:35 AM   #13 
           - fine ill start your fucking research for you.. lazy enough?  meow mix   Mar-11-11 07:09 AM   #25 
              - That isn't evidence.  Paradoxical   Mar-11-11 12:28 PM   #27 
  - Wiki says earthquakes can also be caused by mine blasts and nuclear tests  Lucinda   Mar-11-11 02:25 AM   #3 
  - Localized seismic activity. Not tectonic plate movement.  Paradoxical   Mar-11-11 02:26 AM   #4 
  - Nonsense... The Rethugs have angered the gods...  hlthe2b   Mar-11-11 02:32 AM   #7 
  - Geothermal drilling could cause an earthquake.  ej510   Mar-11-11 02:53 AM   #8 
     - yes. localized. do you understand the difference between localized seismic  cali   Mar-11-11 02:56 AM   #9 
  - Actually....  CommonSensePLZ   Mar-11-11 03:24 AM   #10 
  - Has nothing to do with tectonic plate movement.  Paradoxical   Mar-11-11 03:27 AM   #11 
     - Well we know that in Japan's case  CommonSensePLZ   Mar-11-11 03:36 AM   #14 
        - I don't think you're getting it.  Paradoxical   Mar-11-11 03:37 AM   #15 
           - My point is  CommonSensePLZ   Mar-11-11 03:50 AM   #17 
              - Tension is stretching.  Paradoxical   Mar-11-11 04:08 AM   #19 
                 - Tension and compression? omg this jargon is going way over my head :sarcasm: nt  CommonSensePLZ   Mar-11-11 04:20 AM   #20 
  - Save your effort.  NutmegYankee   Mar-11-11 03:48 AM   #16 
  - we really need to improve science education in the U.S.  eShirl   Mar-11-11 03:53 AM   #18 
  - Thanks,  quaker bill   Mar-11-11 05:11 AM   #21 
  - Right!  nebenaube   Mar-11-11 06:21 AM   #22 
  - And you know this how?  WinkyDink   Mar-11-11 06:23 AM   #23 
  - Of course it doesn't, but humans like to think they are important  FLPanhandle   Mar-11-11 06:30 AM   #24 
  - THIS is unrecced under zero?  DireStrike   Mar-11-11 07:13 AM   #26 

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