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    The serious 8.8 earthquake offshore Maule, Chile, is at the plate subduction zone margin where the Nazca oceanic crustal plate is slowly subducting under the continental South American plate, a few inches per year, much of that stress between the passing plates having been relieved with this quake, the descending Nazca plate having snapped down, a slippage which did not create massvive tsunamis across the Pacific.

    The plate subduction was at runaway speed, several feet per hour, when the Andes mountains were formed, actually during Noah’s Flood, when the pre-flood world was scoured by the rising ocean (water and magma emitted through the midoceanic rift zones), the sediments, having entombed billions of creatures, deposited back on the continents which were rapidly approaching their current configurations, during the runaway plate tectonics of the flood year, when the mountains rose at the close of the flood while the deluge water slid off into the then deepening newly formed ocean basins, see http://GlobalFlood.org.

    And see http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.

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