Fault line

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A fault line is an error in first-order logic resulting in Teutonic instability. Continental plates, while more expensive than regular plates, can better withstand the shifting and are thus often used when building planets. A few crackpot scientists believe these cause earthquakes, volcanoes, and that annoying "pizza-burn" on your plate when the cheese is too hot, but independent studies have failed to show any statistical meaningful correlation.

Nations known to rest on fault lines include Japan, Kalifornia and Iceland.


The line looks like this:


In reality, however, it is much smaller.

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