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October 24th, 2004
You know that the earth's continents slide around on huge crustal plates, sometimes moving apart and at other times crashing into each other and raising massive mountain ranges, right? Today, this idea is almost universally accepted as a proven scientific fact, but it hasn't been for long.
It's a decidedly non-intuitive notion, and it took many years for such a radical theory to overcome the skepticism and inertial obstinacy of the scientific establishment. Does this sound familiar?
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