Task Farreneheit: The teacher will take you to location F, where you could examine the rock and note the straight, parallel grooves and textures on the surface of the mountain, and seite an seite grooves slice across the layering of the mountain. Create a great hypothesis as to why the grooves formed for the rocks, make observations, draw conclusions, and devise a test of its correctness in the form of a prediction. Rock F is usually bedrock that points north-west, matching plan the empire rock. In addition, it has grooves, is refined, and is despegado erratic.. The hypothesis that was created in regards to what process formed the parallel groves was, The Glacier Theory. What occurred in this method was that, 15 thousand years back, the whole section was protected with streaming ice that had large boulders beneath it. When the glaciers dragged the boulders above the bedrock that was hitting against it, the smaller debris of the glaciers that were pulled created the bands, which are named striations. This method is still working on rocks because things like the Anartic bedding still exist, and these were made in the " Ice Age”, which was the time frame where there was an expansion in the glaciers sheets. By observing the rock you can picture ice sheets, with huge boulders scratching. The results of creating a speculation as to why parallel grooves had been created for the umpire rock and roll pertain to the geology of recent York Town at large since, it requires the process of ice Age. The Ice Age was obviously a very significant period of time around the world in which a new huge in order to the environment. Ice age brought temperatures and so cold that ice bedding were produced in different areas. Parallel grooves (TaskF)