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We are continually exposed, through catalog covers, movie posters, Web sites, and the evening news, to the sight of our blue-and-white home planet spinning in space. Given this subliminal indoctrination, it is hard for us to imagine the frightening disorientation that Copernicus’s theory produced in the minds of his contemporaries. I’m not sure what the equivalent theory would be today, but its author might be ridiculed as a New Age flake, dismissed as a dreamer or pitied as a babbling, delusional acid casualty.
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A tectonic model for the Tertiary evolution of strike–slip faults and rift basins in SE Asia by C.K. Morley