Re: Pangaea, do you believe in the theory? jajaja i knew it... i mean this is an endess fact... noone can ever show enough proves to explain the beginning of things... but until that day comes... we just need to use what we actually have and enjoy it (like ffVII ) ...
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Re: Pangaea, do you believe in the theory?
jajaja i knew it... i mean this is an endess fact... noone can ever show enough proves to explain the beginning of things... but until that day comes... we just need to use what we actually have and enjoy it (like ffVII emoticon ) ...
Yup thats true but sadly there are people who don't believe that. Those same people want to introduce their line of thought into our schools and that scares me.
This whole thing also makes me wonder if the continents will ever return to such a landmass. Earth is a living planet so to speak so I guess its possible. Anyone know anything about something like that?
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Re: Pangaea, do you believe in the theory? What is the 'Pangaea' heresy you speak of?! Where's my torch and pitchfork?!
Naaa, I've been pro-Pangaea since (Catholic! =P) primary school. =P
Tectonic plates shift constantly, (albeit slowly) so I suppose landmasses meeting again by drifting into each other could happen. It'd take forever and a day to happen though. Besides, if sea levels rise, you're less likely to get the cool 'supercontinent' effect.
Will Australia to the US one day be an overland journey? If it means cheaper travel, fingers crossed.
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Re: Pangaea, do you believe in the theory? Well, it was believed that everything started from a Quantum Singularity and it how it appeared, i don't think, can ever be proven, just theriotic discussion's like this.
My theory is a super high amount of pressure caused a Quantum Singularity to form and evolve into Space.
Something then must of happened for the Big Bang to of taken place.
Getting back to Pangaea. :D
I do not believe this theory, it may have some evidence to make a point but your forgetting one thing.
Where did it come from? It couldn't of rained because there was no water to begin with. ( Water cycle )
It couldn't of come from under the land because of the high temperatures underneath the earths crust.