Plate tectonics thanks to plumes?

“Knowing what a chicken looks like and what all the chickens before it looked like doesn’t help us to understand the egg,” says Taras Gerya. Similarly, whilst the mechanisms for continuing tectonic plate movement are widely understood, the events that first set them in motion are yet to be identified. Gerya and other geophysicists from... Read More »

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