then you always have to dig downwards. Why. Is the world growing forwards in time
TWIRLING towards freedom!
Or how flour in a bag of flour settles.
Everything sinks downwards.
If you lay on the sofa for like ages, you would sink through the cushions and would only be found when a future Tony Robinson ripped the sofa apart looking for 2 pence coins.
the fish sink to the bottom at first
but then they float to the top
where does that leave your theory
they sink then float etc. sure i saw that on a tv show where they were making a gyppo lava lamp
i think mints are different o fish
taste diff fo' sho'
I overlooked the floating stage as their ultimate destiny is to become sediment.
and that was defo sink and then float
cat race should be made to learn how to 'swim' in a kid's social pool, when he stops pissing, shitting and drowning all over there,he can move onto the one for adults
there's only a constant amount of stuff so riddle me that. World can't be going up all over its ole surface
I could explain why this happens and the interesting reasons they can then be found, but I won't.
Its not just wearing silly jumpers and being a social leper
and it basically is just that.
Deep down I knew it was but I just wanted to lie to the world :(
And it is totally that.
She's not in the cool clique yet. Did you do it at notts oojimaflop?
Combined Honours with Ancient History. Yourself?
STRAIGHT (although I could have claimed classics at the end)
Classical Archaeology and Ancient History.
S_a_d, remember when we upset Bamnan by discussing Latin aphorisms? Great days.
My place of birth holds a 21 air rifle salute to their lost comrade every anniversary
I need to know whether to drop out immediately.
Whilst cat_race gets away with this shit.
to get cat_race to write the essay
why do you think people made these carvings?
The only social we've had so far is sit in a sandpit drinking cider
I'll give it a miss 'til I graduate, yeah?
1) is it wasn't down, you wouldn't have to dig it up cos u couild alredy see iit
2) often it is the stuff that was underground already that it is that they find udnerground for example is liek foundashuns orf buildings
3) maybe in time some stuff goes from one place to on top of the other place where underneath is boat
*discovers past somewhere near Andromeda*
Old threads drop down as new, more exciting threads are created and become the focus of attention.
Of course, there are some threads that hang around at the top for several days because they're the equivalent of a midden.
buildin willynilly over the past like it werent there
i know, i'm going to cover this whole roman village with soil. (except for me in your DiS social board anaology)
or, Vesuvius, if yer impatient
he transcends era and space
Or, as is more likely, when the buildings fall in to disuse they are stripped of their useful building materials by locals, or they eventually collapse and fall over. This is why we very rarely find entire buildings buried underground - it's usually the foundations, which were the hardest wearing (bound stone or concrete rather than loose stone or timber), and the hardest to pilfer.
Whilst relieving them of their copper piping is not a modern phenomenon?
if you ever found yourself up in court over it.
But as the muesli packet is a much smaller frame of reference, all the sinking takes place much quicker.
does this mean cream is milk scum? or is scum the cream of water?
so a more useful descriptive term for gold would be Anticream
very pleased. i saw a man doing some metal detecting the other day
The boat they found on top of Mount Sinai is up. Mountaneering debris is up too.
i don't know if what you're saying actually makes any sense though
You'd have to go up. Similarly with something like a volcano that comes up through the crust and creates a new land mass you can also go up!!
and as for a volcano, that sounds like it will get buried
question stands though. old stuff is underground. why?
if an area of woodland, waste land, is left un-cared for, eventually the height of the land will raise.
Imagine a plot of land full of weeds, etc. After one years worth of growth and death, it would raise the ground level by about 200mm. And thats just after one year so imagine what it would be like after hundreds.
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