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Sunken Continents versus Continental Drift

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Carolyn Silver
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« Reply #45 on: August 13, 2008, 01:36:08 am »

Hi again Carolyn Silver,

Do you know how FAR the hole would have to tear to go to reach all the way up to Greenland? Sorry!  Looks to me like a massive eruption happened there, the material SPILLED OUT, and that block of sunken CONTINENTAL MATERIAL was part of it.

What i meant is that the Island was down South (as its occlusion demonstrates) and that when the Earthquake happened, the terrible "shake down"  liberated the Island from its Continental ties and Greenland started its movement by "whip cracking" East towards the Sahara Desert (The Cape Verde Islands and Canary Islands, near Guelb er Richat, Mauritania, are situated in the beginning of this Geological phenomena).


Hi Mario!

Do you know how long it takes for landmasses the size of Greenland to move great distances?  Millions of years!  Much easier to say it "sunk" instead.  We HAVE evidence of islands being blown all to hell in a day or so in Krakatoa and Santorini.  We DON"T have evidence of islands travelling fast across the globe!
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