Problem

Intrusion


Experimental visualization of narrower problems
Other Names:
Encroachment
Impertinence
Insinuation
Interference
Intervention
Intrusiveness
Invasion
Presumption
Trespass
Nature:

Intrusive rock is formed when magma penetrates existing rock, crystallizes and solidifies underground to form intrusions, for example plutons, batholiths, dikes, sills, laccoliths, and volcanic necks. Some geologists use the term plutonic rock synonymously with intrusive rock but other geologists subdivide intrusive rock, by crystal size, into coarse-grained plutonic rock (typically formed deeper in the Earth's crust in batholiths and other plutons) and medium-grained subvolcanic or hypabyssal rock (typically formed higher in the crust in dikes and sills).

Claim:
If you mess with a thing long enough, it will break.
Broader Problems:
Contextuality*complex
Problem Type:
B: Basic universal problems
Date of last update
16.06.2018 – 01:29 CEST