Worn by centuries of Ice

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Atlantida on December 14, 2011

Your title is correct.

This is what real erosion looks like, with a Great Deluge type of event or a tectonic movement (both within a very short period) or the ocean waves and wind in the ocean coasts of of volcanic ash and soft sedimentary rocks or or the ice in the arctic and antartic on "hard rock" able to shape the basic picture of such a landscape (at most hundreds in all cases less than 10k years).

This real erosion has nothing to do with the fake erosion created by the "science" known as official Paleogeology ("ice ages" hoax & Co), used to "explain" for example the valleys of igneous ´hard rock´ mountain ranges and at the same time to "explain" the absence of erosion at exposed ocean shores.

See http://www.panoramio.com/photo/61579489

Timothy K on December 16, 2011

I only heard second hand that it was the way they became so shaped and smooth. Thanks very much for your extra information Atlantida, I do appreciate it. I'm actually learning lots by posting these pictures. Take care and hope you visit again! Tim

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