Why are there mountains?

Over the centuries, the surface of the earth was wrinkled and creased, making blistencies with pits. Pits are the valleys where rivers often flow. The blisters are hills and mountains.

Millions of years ago, in today's parts of the mountains, there were large sea pits, where the thick deposits of sediment called the geosenklinal were accumulated. While the sea bots were slowly collapsing, they were performing mixed ground events. At the same time, the movements of the Earth's crust were making enormous pressures, causing the sediment layers to gradually crumpled, then blistering, and then tapered. Meanwhile, the Crystal Rocks were eventually formed.