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Old 2021-10-20, 10:05   #82
Lariliss
 
"Lariliss"
Oct 2021
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The world of science and technology is vast but still a tight area and 'information field'. Centuries ago a discovery of archaeology, astronomy, physics, technology, works of philosophers and physics was often a stand alone discovery.
Today, looking through the intertwined scientific fields, synchronous discoveries and inspections is not a surprise.
Information sharing, patterns and unbelievable volume of what we have now in exploration, science and technology make them synchronized and more effective with that.
We are closer together in thoughts and deeds than ever before, that's why volcanoes are in the spot for several planets at the same time.
And one more thing, this makes more understanding of the Earth as a part of the Solar system in detail, not separating 'here' and 'somewhere in space'.

Martian volcanoes are similar to the Earth's by their ratios of height and base radius. Interesting similarity for different volcanism: tectonic activities of the Earth, and static volcanoes on Mars.
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