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Lewisian Gneiss Rock, Isle of Lewis -the Geology of the Outer Hebrides is important - as the predominant rock type is a Lewisian Gneiss - a metamorphic rock which is astonishingly up to 3 billion years old, making it the oldest rock in Britain - two thirds the age of the Earth.

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fault cros citting sedimentary rock Photograph of faulted sedimentary rock layers exposed in a roadcut in Guatemala. The sedimentary rocks originally were deposited as horizontal layers of sand and gravel in streams and debris flows. After their deposition, the consolidated sediment was broken by a moderately-dipping normal-slip fault that has dropped layers left of the fault down about 3 meters relative to layers to the right;

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Financial Earthquakes and East Coast Tremblers

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When the continents of Africa and Europe collided 24-1.5 million years ago the effects were far reaching causing changes in the rock formations many hundreds of miles away. The rocks at Lulworth were lifted, twisted and folded over 90 into their present position. The collision of the earth's tecton...

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Helium is LEAKING from massive earthquake fault in LA

Helium is LEAKING from massive earthquake fault in LA Planet X earth effects End times #earthquake

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Helium is LEAKING from massive earthquake fault in LA

A geologic cross section of the Los Angeles Basin from the southwest to northeast. This profile intersects the Newport-Inglewood Fault Zone at Long Beach

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The Snake River Canyon near Twin Falls, Idaho | The wonders of our earth up close and personal. #twinfalls #canyon #idaho

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