Earths crust can be demonstrated by cooking a casserole
Middle Aged (35-54)
North American (General)
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Have you ever had a Seymour's casserole? It has a layer of graham crackers on the top, then a layer of chocolate, then a layer of marshmallows bake this and you've got a plate of gooey goodness. You've also got something that looks a lot like the Earth's crust. Years ago, scientists theorized or got an idea based on evidence that the top layer of the earth is broken into very large pieces of rock called plates, and that these plates are always moving at a very slow pace. Scientists have named this the theory of plate tectonics.