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Flat Earth Theory / Re: Where does Magma come from?
« on: February 10, 2018, 10:57:10 PM »
Not to mind my asking, but where does it come from?

I'm a die hard round Earther, but magma does not come from the center of the Earth. Magma is molten rock from the mantle. While flat Earth is fake as f***, magma could exist is both models.

Yes, I agree magma is indeed molten rock from the mantle and could exist in both models, but I do see a potential problem. First off, how thick is the flat plane in the fet? The reason I ask is simple, in the ret the interior  of the Earth is still molten and hot from (1) leftover heat from when the Earth formed
(2) frictional heating, caused by denser core material sinking to the center and (3) heat generated by radioactive  decay. So my question the flat Earth plane thick enough to keep magma molten and hot, or is there some sort of geological processes at work that would keep the magma hot?

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