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Once upon time long long ago there live a person named Zackeist he live in a little cabin and he was a outsider and never really got along with anyone. It was really depressing to be around him. But one day, he was really mad and stressed out. So, he goes to a wizared to get a no stress postion.
So, he goes to the wizard and the wizard didn't take his meds so he was crazy. Then, he asked for the no stress postion and the wizard gave him 2 postion. Then, he took it without looking he drank both of them. He was very shakey. Then, he went home and went to bed.
The next morning, he woke up and he was green and huge like a giant. So, he stared to run and his huge feet push the ground apart made indention in the gronnd and started to cry and he tears were huge and he made rivers and Moutians and lakes and even deserts when he hit the ground.
But this is the actually story how the Appalachian Mountains, Great Lakes, Great Plains, Mississippi River, Ohio River, Rocky Mountians, and Southwest U.S. Deserts. Well let's start with the Appalachian Mountians. Strong evidence suggests these rocks were deformed during plate collision. The birth of the Appalachian ranges, some 480 million years ago, marks the first of several mountain building plate collisions that culminated in the construction of the supercontinent Pangea with the Appalachians near the center. Also The Great Lakes was formed nearly 20,000 years ago when the earth's climate warmed and the last glacial continental ice sheet retreated. The glacier, up to 2 miles thick, was so heavy and powerful it gouged out the earth's surface to create the lake basins.
The Great Plains were formed like all shallow bodies of water, the Seaway's bottom filled with sediment to create a flat bed. Eventually, the Farallon Plate let go of the North American Plate and the area rebounded to be above sea level again, as a flat expanse of land. Erosion then began creating rolling hills and other landforms on the plain. Also the Mississippi river formed like all shallow bodies of water, the Seaway's bottom filled with sediment to create a flat bed. Eventually, the Farallon Plate let go of the North American Plate and the area rebounded to be above sea level again, as a flat expanse of land. Erosion then began creating rolling hills and other landforms on the plain. The Ohio River was formed by the confluence of the Allegheny and Monongahela rivers at modern-day Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. It ends approximately 900 miles downstream at Cairo, Illinois, where it flows into the Mississippi River. It received its English name from the Iroquois word, "O-Y-O," meaning "the greatriver"
Then, the Rocky Mountains were formed 300 million years ago, then eroded away. The rocks of that older range were reformed into the Rocky Mountains. The Rocky Mountains took shape during an intense period of plate tectonic activity that resulted in much of the rugged landscape of the western North America. Last but not least, there is the Southwest U.S. Deserts was formed because tall mountain ranges prevent moisture-rich clouds from reaching areas on the lee, or protected side, of the range. As air rises over the mountain, water is precipitated and the air loses its moisture content. A desert is formed in the leeside "shadow" of the range and that is really what happened.
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