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ashwani wrote at 2006-09-06 09:18:20
Polar wandering is the concept used to prove the continental drift theory. Actually its not the poles that are wandering but the continents that wandered through the geological time which made the poles appear to wander .Its has been proved now beyond any doubt that the average position of the magnetic poles has always been near to the geographical poles which themselves do not wander at all.

dan wrote at 2013-09-15 08:43:15

watch this YouTube video , its so easy to understand and I have so much understanding now , so interesting too!


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