posted on Nov, 18 2009 @ 03:01 AM
reply to post by ANNED
Yes, I have to agree. Condescension is very unbecoming though.
OP, the levels of the Atlantic and the Pacific are highly different at the Panama Canal. The amount of locks is very significant. To get through the
canal the ships need to pass through numerous of these locks.
The actual amount of transfer of water from/to either ocean-Gulf is minimal.
Look at the flow of water around the southern tip of South America. Now that is turbulent area of water flow.
Hey, if anyone sees this quetion, give me a buzz on U2U.
If the circulation of the oceans that we have now is soooo important, what happened throughout the millenia when the continents have moved? Or do you
believe the continental plate migrations did not happen, or is their something I am missing?