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Can a Continent Sink?

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« Reply #45 on: January 04, 2010, 11:28:40 pm »

I just thought that if this is what it look like and it is 110 feet below the sea. And it could be an indication that there was a large civilization stretching across, through or throughout the "Atlantic Ocean" area. Then either the "land" would have had to drop or "sink" or the water to have risen.
Sink holes, quakes, fault lines are they not in some ways showing us that the "ground" can fall?
when the earths inner core erupts isn't that moltent material replaced back in the core and if so where is it coming from? recycled? maybe?
isn't the cooler suface material heavier therefore "sinks"?
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