Continental Drift, Plate Tectonics
and Sea-Floor Spreading:
A Critical Commentary

Index of Images

by
Charles William Johnson

  1. Continental Drift and Direction According to Proponents of the Wegener Theory
  2. Projection of Continental Drift and Direction
  3. Land Links Among the Continents
  4. Apparent Symmetry Among the Continents 1
  5. Apparent Symmetry Among the Continents 2
  6. Apparent Symmetry Between the USA and Australia
  7. Translation Symmetry Among the Southern Tips of the Continents (and Sub-Continents: India)
  8. Centro-Symmetry of the Coastlines of the Northern Hemisphere Continents)
  9. Similarities in Symmetry Between the Western and Eastern Hemispheres
  10. Overlay Between the Western and Eastern Hemispheres
  11. Spiraling Symmetry Between the Western Hemisphere and the Eastern Hemisphere
  12. Centro-Symmetry Between the Spiraling Land Masses of the Western and Eastern Hemispheres
  13. Centro-Symmetry Between the Western Hemisphere and the Eastern Hemisphere
  14. Sectional Views of the Spiraling Western and Eastern Hemisphere: Two Views
  15. The Western Hemisphere and the Eastern Hemisphere: Symmetry
  16. An Inverted View of the Spiraling Hemispheres
  17. Inverted Views of the Spiraling Hemispheres 1
  18. Inverted Views of the Spiraling Hemispheres 2
  19. Inverted Views of the Spiraling Hemispheres 3
  20. Side View of the Spiraling Hemispheres
  21. Red Mud 1
  22. Red Mud 2
  23. Globigerina Oöze 1
  24. Globigerina Oöze 2
  25. A View on Continental Symmetry: Triangulation
  26. Baffin Island and the Labrador Current and Norway/Sweden and the North Atlantic Drift
  27. A View on Continental Symmetry: Ice Cream Cones
  28. A View on Continental Symmetry: Mountain Ranges
  29. A View on Continental Symmetry: Four Significant Points of Erosion
  30. A View on Continental Symmetry: A Detail of Four Significant Points of Erosion
  31. A Distinctive Symmetry of Main Soil Types
  32. Ca. 54 degrees Distance to the Center of the North Pole
  33. A distinctive Symmetry of Land Mass Shapes and Forms: The Quincunx
  34. A Translation Symmetry of Land Mass Shapes and Forms: Eastern Side
  35. A Distinctive Symmetry of Spiral Formation Polar View of the Eastern Hemisphere
  36. A Distinctive Symmetry of Spiral Formation Polar View of the Western Hemisphere 1
  37. A Distinctive Symmetry of Spiral Formation Polar View of the Western Hemisphere 2
  38. A Distinctive Symmetry of the World View: The Trenches
  39. A Distinctive Symmetry of the World View: The Baseline of 45 - 47 degrees Difference of Continental Symmetry
  40. The Repeated Baseline Difference of the Continental Drift Theory: Eight/Globe
  41. The 45-degree Baseline of Continental Symmetry
  42. The 45-47 degree Baseline of Continental Symmetry
  43. The distance between South America (Recife) and Africa
  44. The 45-degree Baseline of Continental Symmetry
  45. Crustal Thickness as a Contour Map 1
  46. Crustal Thickness as a Contour Map 2
  47. Crustal Thickness as a Contour Map 3
  48. Crustal Thickness as a Contour Map 4
  49. Up/Down Symmetry of Land Formations on Earth
  50. An emphasis on the symmetry of some of the mountain ranges, with the continent of Africa
  51. Continental Drift and the Splitting Up of South America and Africa
  52. Continental Drift, Crustal Thickness & the Splitting Up of South America and Africa 1
  53. Continental Drift, Crustal Thickness & the Splitting Up of South America and Africa 2
  54. Continental Drift and the Symmetry of Continental Placement
  55. Continental Drift and the Spiraling Symmetry of Continental Placement
  56. Coal Sands and the Spiraling Symmetry of Continental Placement
  57. Continental Symmetry: Spiraling Symmetry of Continental Placement
  58. Plate Tectonics Continental Symmetry: the Spiraling Symmetry of Continental Placement
  59. Tectonics Plates and Identified Movements
  60. Pattern in spacing of smaller tectonic plates
     
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Continental Drift, Plate Tectonics
and Sea-Floor Spreading:
A Critical Commentary

8 June 2003
"W"rld Ocean Day"
ISBN-1526-3312
P.O. Box 231126, New Orleans LA 70183-112
©2003-2013 Copyrighted by Charles William Johnson.
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