The Caterpillar Effect

The Caterpillar effect describes the way the earth’s tectonic plates move in response to long-term heating and cooling causing thermal expansion and contraction.

For the last year I’ve been publishing a series of articles examine the role of this effect in the ice-age cycle and with so many articles it is now necessary to provide an index.
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Summary: The Caterpillar theory of tectonic plate movement – it’s just simple physics.

 

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