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Sunken Continents versus Continental Drift

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Mario Dantas
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« Reply #15 on: July 29, 2008, 03:40:57 pm »

Dear Carolyn Silver,



I have read "en passant" your huge posts, good job. There lies a terrific amount of evidence of Atlantis "sinking". Since i don't believe Continents can Sink i will solely stick with Continental drift.

Can you deny that there is a clear Continental occlusion between Africa and America, Europe and the Island of Greenland?

http://lh6.ggpht.com/sofiakovsky/R_qXkvDFtwI/AAAAAAAAANU/kIIX8iUDGY0/AAAA%20oclusion.jpg?imgmax=400

The majority of the maps i saw relating to this subject ought to be wrong! because there is a piece missing in the puzzle and that is Greenland. It usually is portrayed far up North when actually it started down South as the image above attests.

The Island is not as small as we can depict in normal maps, because due to the roundness of the Earth, Greenland apparently changes its size and becomes a very small Island, but in fact has 2 Million km2 and was even bigger as its Continental plate undoubtedly shows.

And that is why there is always a gap in the Atlantic when it comes to "join" Continental pieces together, like in a map you previously have shown.

keep up the good work

with regards,

Mario Dantas
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