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The Theory of Continental Drift

Summary: A factual account of the theory of continental drift and the different scientific findings that support the theory that the Earth evolved from one large land mass.
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At about 1915, Alfred's Wegener, a scientist, published his theory of continental drift. He explained to the other baffled scientists that his theory was related to the Earth back then when it was a super continent named Pangea. Millions of years passed by and the super continent started splitting apart, due to major upwelling of the mantle. However, Pangea was also pulling apart from its own mass. Now, more scientists, with help of modern technology, are attempting to prove Wegener's theory and researching that the continents are still moving today, and they move about one to two centimeters a day! Many scientists believe his theory Alfred's theory because the evidence he found from Pangea and his time were so much alike.

One of these pieces of evidence he claimed to have discovered were fossils found in places very strange for those...

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