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Pearl Necklace said...

In Aberdeen granite are often found lumps
unmelted gneiss, finally, we ourselves can attest to that
Loch Sunart represent abundant evidence that granite
this area, when it was molten, contained not quite
molten boulders of sedimentary rocks. And that's not all. Fifty years ago
ago believed that all the granite rocks of primitive, or existed before
any of the sedimentary formations, but is currently "very difficult
to specify at least one of the granite mass, with respect to which it would be possible
on the basis of evidence to say that it is the most ancient of all known
layers, enclosing fossils". In short, many
the evidence clearly show that all the layers of sediments can through
contact with molten substance that make up the core of the globe,
or at least only through proximity to the substance to be completely
melted or only partially melted or strained to the extent
what is needed to produce fusion of the particles and that, depending on
the temperature to which they were heated, and the circumstances under which
they cool down, they take the form of the granite, the porphyry, the ladder,
gneiss, it is some other rocks. Next, we can clearly see that, though
layers of different ancient times, were subjected to that kind of change, the
less more likely to have changed the most ancient strata, as because they
commonly lying nearer to the center of the fire action, and because they
has been longer subjected to this action. It is evident, therefore, that sedimentary
strata, the antiquity of which goes beyond the known limit, unlikely to be
find in unconverted condition, and the strata more ancient than these
the latter probably was in the old days, molten. So, if within
last time that lasted an indefinite period of time, acted the same
forces - water and fire, which are in force at the present time, and
the state of the earth's crust could be the same as it is to us now. We
you do not have any data on the basis of which could decide the exact
the limits of the period in which occurred the formation and destruction