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Correlation of rivers

If there is a river that runs through an area, and it runs straight through all kinds of rock, sandstone, carbonate, shale etc. and doesn't have any correlaton with the geologie whatsoever, what could be the reasons for that?
Question asked by: Michiel

Asked on: 29 Jan 2011

If the river has no correlation with nature, and in other words the river looks unnatural, then the obvious reason for that is that it is not natural.

Put another way, it is a manmade watercourse of some sort that man has made and therefore it does not look natural because it is not.

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Replied at: 30 Jan 2011
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