Speckled throughout the world, both above the surface and beneath the aqueous abyss, are active and extinct remnants of volcanoes that have broken through the solid continental crust to exit into an external environment. In the late 1950s, PLATE TECHTONICS theories were agreed upon by eminent scientists that explained the movements, earthquakes, and continental drift associated with 7 large plates and numerous smaller ones. lt reasoned why the distribution of volcanoes around the Pacific Rim, known as the ring of fire, came to be but was compromised by certain vent locations, such as the Hawaiian Islands. The explanation that solved the mystery became known as ‘hot spots,’ and satisfied most scientists. An analogy for the PLATE TECHTONICS theory is based on the observations at the earth’s north pole. Due to water temperatures close to 0° Celsius and atmospheric temperatures that can fluctuate 50° or more, ice can form rapidly, crash together, and pull apart in a short period of time. All this while floating on a liquid base and all controlled by the thermodynamic forces that creates a conveyor belt of surface changes. Continental plates are spreading, and building up on top of each other, but at a much slower pace than scenarios depicted by the ice. However, a flaw exists in this theory. The earth is not an inanimate object, it is an immense life form of unknown factors governing its workings. Its surface is teeming with symbiotic life that we are familiar with because we rely on the planet to give us life. we understand digestion in our own species but fail to understand the problems of such a massive life form and miss the concept that volcanoes are merely anal openings designed to discharge the wastes of earth upon our world. Observe a volcanic eruption and note the similarity to a magnificent human bowel movement right after a Mexican Buffet. We are living in a world of SHIT! We are merely industrious and determined dung beetles living in earth poop.

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