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Attention all Geologists or anyone else who can answer these questions for me.

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posted on Nov, 30 2007 @ 12:56 PM
I have a lot of questions concerning the early years of this planet back when there was only one super continent and it was called Pangaea.

Info on Pangaea from Wiki.

There is right smack in the middle of the eastern coast of North America and the western coast of Africa what is called the Mid-Atlantic Ridge.

Info on Mid-Atlantic Ridge from Wiki.

Could this have erupted shortly after the separation of the Super Continent and made the continents move apart at a faster rate? This ridge is full of vents that could have blew and the force of this blowing gases into the waters may have sent the continents sailing farther apart in a shorter time frame than mainstream scientists and geologists believe.

Is this even possible? And if so how short of a time frame would you estimate it being?

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