Some remarks on continental drift

Summary

The continental drift may be explained by an expanding Earth only. In fact, there is a differences in the rate of heat flow between continents and oceans. Principially, there is a possibility of deriving the value of ancient radii by palaeomagnetic and age measurements.

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Egyed, L. Some remarks on continental drift. Geofisica Pura e Applicata 45, 115–116 (1960). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01996578

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Keywords

  • Heat Flow
  • Continental Drift