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  • Ocean Persuasive Essay

    how come our oceans don't always change in shape? These are questions that have been asked before. When i explained the idea of how plate tectonics may have been the right answer to these questions i only stated that this could be a reason why the ocean has its shape. Plate tectonics according to google's dictionary is “a theory explaining the structure of the earth's crust and many associated phenomena as resulting from the interaction of rigid lithospheric plates that move slowly over the underlying mantle”. The reason why this could possibly be the reason why the ocean looks and occupies the world in the way it does, is because the process of the core to the crust is shifting and that cause all other things to shift as well. It is pretty much saying that when something happens, another will follow. The shifting of the core and the crust has caused the earth to move in a constant motion, changing its shape.the five major layers of the earth are the, outer core, inner core, mantle, lithosphere, and the asthenosphere. All of these have a major effect and reason to why and how the ocean was formed giving it the option to constantly shift and change throughout the years. What happens within the lithosphere is that it is broken up in many pieces and parts, called tectonic or crustal plates, which can go up to many sizes and shapes. Each of these crustal plates are are connected in a way, fitting in with each other like a puzzle, and because they are connected and so close to one…

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  • The Marianas Mission

    earthquake. Luckily, by the underwater crest splitting apart, their job at getting deeper into the Earth’s core has become a whole lot easier----if they can maintain control of their ship. The controllers at the briefing room indicate that the ship is going too fast in the crosscurrent. Brazzleton explains the ship does not have enough pressure to deploy the laser. They cannot power up the ship in time to approaching the gateway into the Earth’s crust. The ship just manages to deploy a laser to…

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  • Solar System Research Paper

    Earth has a core composed of two distinct parts: the inner core and the outer core. Both parts of the core are made up of mostly iron and some nickel. The difference is that those minerals in the inner core are solid and the same minerals in the outer core are liquid. The subsequent layer is the mantle which is sitting on top of the outer core. This layer is by far the thickest layer of Earth. Similar the core, the mantle contains mostly iron but in the form of silicate rocks. The mantle can…

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  • Mickey Mantle Accomplishments

    The University of Oklahoma has long been a powerhouse for pumping out athletes, politicians, and other highly educated and gifted individuals. However, one in particular sticks out: Mickey Mantle. Mantle is possibly one of the most influential players in the Major League Baseball’s history. Because of his switch-hitting abilities and his outfielding skills, he was a most famed and renowned player in the world. He was on twelve World Series teams, seven of which he clinched the title along with…

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  • Hawaii Volcano Formation

    Thus, volcanoes can be found along tectonic plate boundaries. However, Hawaii is not located at tectonic plate boundaries, but in the north central part of the Pacific plate. As with all tectonic plates, the Pacific plate has a predominant direction of flow as it floats over the viscous mantle of the earth and is moving in a northwesterly direction at a rate of 7 to 11 centimeters…

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  • Case Study On Mickey Mantle

    Biomedical Example With regards to decision making, each association has steps or systems they use to settle moral issues. Being a representative of an association, you are furnished with the essential assets to keep conflict to a minimum. One of the enormous issues we confront today is should well known individuals be viewed differently than individuals who are less lucky with regards to medical attention. There may be a chosen few who believe they ought to get extraordinary treatment; while…

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  • Mickey Mantle Research Paper

    The Great Life of Mickey Mantle Number 7. A baseball Hall of Fame number that will always be remembered in professional baseball. However, a number is just a number without the man who made it great. That man was Mickey Mantle. Born during the Great Depression, this did not define Mickey Mantle, who seemed destined to have a stunning career in baseball, but Mantle will also be remembered for his life outside sports and his legacy. Mickey Mantle grew up a normal boy in rural Oklahoma. He was…

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  • Acid Mantle Research Paper

    What is the acid mantle and why is it important? The simple answer is that the acid mantle is the thin layer on your skin that protects it against acne causing bacteria and moisture loss. When it’s intact, your skin looks and feels healthy and radiant. Because this thin layer is so important, we thought it’s high time it gets a little shine and be explained in more detail. What is the acid mantle? It is a very fine layer that is found on top of the outermost layer (stratum corneum) on top of…

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  • Deccan Traps Essay

    the Indian plate, the Reunion island hotspot, and the evolution of lithospheric mantle structure. Keywords: deccan, mantle, plate, hotspot, reunion, reconstructions. The Deccan traps of West India, located on the Deccan plateau, the traps are one of the largest volcanic formation on Earth. The traps consist of hundreds of layers of solidified basalt, or igneous volcanic rock, measuring over 6,600 ft thick. The Deccan…

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  • The Four Spheres Of Earth

    Based on the chemical compositions of the different layers, it has given rise to the terms: Crust, Mantle and core. Fig. 2, Shows the compositional layers of the earth: crust, mantle and core. ( Crust Beginning with the outermost layer, called the crust. Crust is the thinnest layer of the other. It is about 8 to 40 kilometers in-depth. It is mostly made up of silicate. Because of its low density is floats above the denser mantle. Crust…

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