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According to the established concept, a geosyncline is an elongated zone of the earth's crust of intense movement, which manifests itself first in the subsidence and accumulation of a large thickness of sedimentary rocks, and later in an uplift, which is accompanied by the formation of folded mountain structures. During folding, earthquakes and volcanic activity are especially intense.
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According to the dialectic of nature, nothing is eternal and permanent. Even F. Engels (1820-1895) argued that there is an eternal circulation of matter in the Universe. According to him, the eternal cycle in which matter moves occurs during such huge periods of time that cannot even be measured by earthly years. In this eternal cycle of matter, many suns and lands arise and die.
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Everything that concerns the emergence and development of our common home - the Earth, cannot be ignored by everyone who considers himself erudite and civilized. And if during the training everything was quite clear - teachers and teachers (thanks to them), explained well, then with further in-depth - not everything is so smooth. It turns out that some "capital truths" contradict not only the logical state of affairs and common sense, but also indisputable facts. Not all, fortunately, this applies to objects. But geology, with its tangential sciences, is, unfortunately, hooked. Perhaps that is why there are so many specific terms that are beyond the control of ordinary mortals, to make it easier to retouch what experts are unable to explain.
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