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Plate tectonics is a scientific theory describing the large-scale motion of seven large plates and ..... which was defined in a series of papers between 1965 and 1967, was born, with all its extraordinary explanatory and predictive power.

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Mar 22, 2007 ... A compilation of seismic images, geochronology and plate-motion reconstruction has been used to compare the location and chronology of a ...

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Plate Tectonics: The Mechanism. The main features of plate tectonics are: The Earth's surface is covered by a series of crustal plates. The ocean floors are ...

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The power to manipulate the tectonic plates under the planet's crust. Sub-power of Earth...

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Plate tectonics (from Greek τέκτων, tektōn "builder" or "mason") is a theory of ... plate tectonics as a theory with extraordinary explanatory and predictive power in  ...

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Some researchers suggest there are also other contributions to plates motions. ... oceanic lithosphere provides the potential energy that powers plate tectonics?

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Find out more about the power of plates ... The Earth's thin outer shell is broken into big pieces called tectonic plates. These plates fit together like a puzzle, but ...

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Sep 3, 2010 ... From BBC documentary film "Earth The Power Of The Planet "

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Convection, as heat from the mantle is transferred to the lowercrust, which can move very slowly in response to the increasedupward pressure.