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Sunken Continents versus Continental Drift

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Mario Dantas
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« Reply #30 on: August 05, 2008, 06:13:59 am »




Dear Carolyn Silver,

Yes the map is quite illustrative of the weakest link that existed in the ancient Atlantic Island. If, in fact, it moved up North, it should have left something like the hole you mention. A 7.000 m gap in the Atlantic floor that was pulled out like a tooth extraction at the dentist. The Geoid imagery is clear with regards as to where it started.

http://www.hal.ca/height/images/figure2.jpg

What i can tell you, and i have been following RSS James Cook since March 2007 when they started this Research trip, they went all the way up to Greenland also. I even tried to contact them with no Success...

Anyway, that hole was the Southerner tip of Greenland, or if you prefer Kircher's "Insula Atlantis". I am sure!

Notice how close it is from Cape Verde Plateau, another important element in the Atlantic floor.

They can't be that coincidental, and i mean the fact that they are in the same Geographical Parallel. Something huge happened there and Science is just not aware of it.


regards,

M
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