My second piece of evidence is the fact that across oceans, there are fossils from the same species, which should be impossible, seeing as many of them shouldn't have been able to swim.
Glaciers made scratches on the bottom of the ocean floor in places glaciers shouldn't be (warmer climates.) There were also tropical fish fossils in cold areas, which shouldn't be possible unless all the continents were together.
I can prove him right!
Lastly, I found that across oceans, rock formations lined up perfectly, showing that they were once one
My theory is seafloor spreading, which is the formation of new oceanic crust when the upwelling of magma at mid-ocean ridges causes the outward movement on both sides
I used sonar to detect these mid-ocean ridges while I was in the navy. The sonar sent out sound waves into the ocean, just like echolocation.