What are we learning about again
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What are we learning about, again.
Hey, Bethany do you remember what we're learning in science? Do you insult my intelligence?!? Of course I do. Why don't you just listen, everything is taught. Yeah, but for me it goes in one ear and out the other. Any way I need to take notes so I can study. Of course it does, May. Come inside, and I'll explain.
Right now we're learning about folds, namely where, when, and how they form. Although since you don't pay attention in class I assume you wouldn't know this. Right again, my friend, right as always!
While you were nodding off, I learned that folding... Why would they be teaching you to fold clothes, I'm almost glad I fell asleep. No, they didn't teach us to fold clothes, I'm talking about the bending of rocks, due to stress.
When something is squeezed the kind of stress that occurs is called compression. If this happens at a convergent boundary of 2 continental plates then folded mountains can form. When something is stretched the kind of stress that occurs is called tension. This happens at divergent boundaries, where the two plates are pulling away from eachother.
This is starting to make sense. That's what i thought when the teacher explained it to the class. Will you stop being mad at me for that? Nope, I will bug you for it forever.
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