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Some say that hardened extremists are often beyond reach until a tectonic shift in their own lives forces self-reflection.
The Americas are moving away from Europe and Africa by a few centimeters each year, as the tectonic plates underlying those continents drift apart.
Earth’s happens to include the powerful cycle of plate tectonics.
We’ll be looking back at transformative moments in science over the last century, starting in this issue with the emergence of the theory of plate tectonics in the 1960s.
Setting aside the tectonic political moment, there’s plenty of activity inside the world of startups we need to discuss.
This terrain is thought to have formed where edges of continents slid over and under each other long ago, bringing new rock up to the surface in what might have been some version of plate tectonics.
The Apple customer base is a coveted one thanks to its better than average buying power, and by making it easier for users to avoid search ads, Apple might just create a tectonic shift in the advertising industry as a whole.
COULD APPLE BUILD A SEARCH ENGINE THAT COMPETES WITH GOOGLE?BY HAMZA MUDASSIR/THE CONVERSATIONDECEMBER 15, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
This dynamic movement of Earth’s tectonic plates is the mechanism by which heat from its interior is released into space.
More than 10 million years ago, as the Pacific tectonic plate slid under the South American and Caribbean plates, the Isthmus of Panama began to rise out of the ocean, bridging North and South America.
Plate tectonics is the phenomenon that gives us earthquakes, volcanoes and mountains.

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