Crust of Earth Thin Like Apple’s Skin Breadth of North America Like Curved Slab One Inch Thick a Hundred Long


Imagine a warped (curved) board a hundred inches long and one inch thick, that roughly is the east-to-west width of the North American continental crust relative to its thickness (about thirty miles thick), sitting upon the “plastic” mantle below which can ooze like toothpaste to the surface, usually though through the mid ocean rift zones which were very active during Noah’s Flood when Pangea broke apart.