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1 Date:17/2/12 Time:18:02:29 Page Number: 32 32 Title Name: Frankel Extension and reception of support for mobilism: 1960–1966 then compared the climatically and paleomagnetically determined latitudinal variations, one set of latitude determinations against the other: this was something others had not done. He found that both approaches gave agreement between findings from paleoclimatology and paleomagnetism. Blackett did not campaign for outright acceptance of mobilism. ” So far as their limited precision allows, there is on the whole rather good agreement between the measurements of ancient latitudes, as deduced from the rock magnetic data on the assumption of an axial dipole field, and the evidence for the ancient climatic zones, though some possible discrepancies have been noted.

1 by line C. Thus, the behaviour of the Earth in response to the stresses of seismicity and nutation is totally irrelevant Comp. 1 Runcorn’s Figure 1 (1962a: 311). Time response to a constant stress. Line C represents the creep or flow of a material to applied stress over a long period of time. Line B shows what happens if the stress is removed. Runcorn claimed that Jeffreys’ description of the behavior of solids was incomplete, allowing only for a response in accordance with Line B. Solid state physics suggests flow or creep in accordance with Line C if the stress is applied constantly for long periods of time.

However, although Opdyke already had retrained as a paleomagnetist, he was and remains a geologist, and his work in paleoclimatology was as a geologist using paleomagnetic data not, as MacDonald said, a geophysicist turning to geology. MacDonald, however, was right about the source of the new support for mobilism, originated as it was by paleomagnetists and by oceanographers who had by then begun to make contributions. But, if he also was implying that no key workers in either field were geologists or had been trained in the subject, he was wrong.

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