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Cintha 5 month s ago
#42, shut up and take my "noins".
       
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Birdie 5 month s ago
#20 - this is bull twang. Every mountain is a stone in essence and have you seen how big of a stone the Alps are or the Rocky's ?
       
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Lotta 5 month s ago
Birdie,

Those are small scale examples, and are not 'singular pieces of rock'.

However, you are not wrong - think of the Laurentian Craton (continental core) as the largest of such on Earth.
       
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Sol 5 month s ago
Birdie, So, today's big controversy is rocks and stones? What about sticks? Or paper and scissors? There. Burn Internet, burn! sarcastic
       
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Viola 5 month s ago
Sol, Oh dear, the armchair intellectual requires daily stimulation or it implodes.

Try not to leave a spot on the floor.
       
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Ferdie 5 month s ago
Birdie,

The Alps and Rockies are folded tectonic plates.
       
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Nole 5 month s ago
#20 How does El Capitan in Yosimite compare?
       
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