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Think about it, if continental drift had not occurred, Glossopteris must have evolved on separate continents independently, which contradicts Darwin's theory of evolution.
Of course! Which is impossible since Glossopteris is a plant and has no ability to swim across the ocean.
And no one could argue that. From how it looks, the seed of Glossopteris would be too heavy for the wind to push across the ocean. It would sink in no time.
It's full proof!
Also, looking at the geographical layout of Pangea and the location of the fossils that were found, the locations make a smooth, consistent, linear and continuous patterns of distribution across continental boundaries.
...Which suggests that they all grew together on one land mass at some point?
Right! Now just wait until I present this evidence to the public. I bet biology students will be studying this in the future.
I bet they will. Now let's go find more evidence!
Thanks again for providing me with this evidence.
No problem! I think your name will go down in history after this.
See, I told you we would find eachother!
I knew we would! I love you.
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