>CONTINENTAL DRIFT By Michael, Anderson<
A German scientist Alfred formed this idea of Continental Drift. He argued that today's continents once formed a single landmass, which he named Pangea (Greek for "all land"). It broke into pieces due to the weaknesses in the earth's crust as they were made up of less dense materials, which drifted centimeter by centimeter over millions of years until they arrived at where they are now.
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