Why did continuous volcanic mountain ranges form around the continents?
Why does the continuous volcanic mountain range formed around the African Continent appear like a magnified form of the African Continent?
Why does the continuous volcanic mountain range formed around the African Continent appear like parallel to the edge of the African Continent?
Continuous volcanic mountain ranges have formed around the Continents of Africa and Antarctica. The reason for these formations is the release of magma from under the earth through the cracks that were caused on the ocean floor surrounding these continents when these continents rose high.
The continuous volcanic mountain range formed around the African Continent appears like a magnified form of the African Continent. The reason for this is, when this continent rose above from under the earth, a crack was formed in the sea floor around this continent. Moreover, it can also be attributed to the release of magma from under the earth which formed into a volcano.
It is believed that continents are drifting separately along with the ocean floor, and when moving in such a way, friction is caused between the rocky edges of the ocean floor and thus earthquakes are caused.
But,earthquakes did not occurred continuously between the continents of North America and South America,Indian and Australia.this proved that the sea floor is continuous and also proved that the sea floor and the continents are stationary.
But, it has been proved with evidence that the ocean floor and the continents are stationary by the fact that the ocean floor between North American and South American Continents and Indian and Australian Continents is continuous.
Under these circumstances, it is categorically proved by the discovery of fossils in the central region of the continents and also the fossils found widespread in the continents that the continents along with the mountains have risen above the sea level from underneath the sea.