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art0hur0moh wrote at 2012-12-22 15:29:33
Apart from plate tectonics.



I recall hearing about the mass of the range to be to great for its height.



The theory proposed was the bottom literally dropped out from under it. Causing the whole range to spring up higher than its mass would normally permit.



I have as yet been unable to locate any peer review to support my opinion??  


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