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Pole Shifts: Is There Evidence?

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« on: January 08, 2008, 03:08:33 pm »

Hi Valerie ,

The La Brea tar pits are one of the greatest unsolved mysteries in my opinion...

Do you have any ideas on how so many animal remains could have ended up in the tar ?

I do suspect a similar mechanism as the Alaskan muck deposits and maybe the reason for the large number of animals at La Brea is due to the 'stickiness' of the tar. I mean , I think the tar accumulated bones over a large area but then the tar got funneled in to a small area, ie.the tar pits.

There must have been a massive geological movement as the link suggests.

So I think it's clear that the animals could not have accumulated in the tar while the tar was in it's current location.

Let me know if that makes any sense or not  Lips sealed
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