There's nothing wrong with the map. The idea that Pangea was something like a huge swelling on one side of the planet is quite simply false. The surface of the planet might be ~70% water, but that water comprises about 3% of the planet's entire composition. In other words, the 'swelling' doesn't have the effect you think it would, because it's just not enough of a difference to the scale of the earth.Um, yeah, after many years of studying the establishment dogma.
Have another look at the map and think about what you see, for yourself
Edit: And I meant someone who was alive back then, and is still alive now.
Besides that, gravity is determined by mass. Do you think the earth's mass has changed substantially in the few hundred million years of earth's 4+ billion years of existence? Cuz it hasn't.
All of them?Of course, and plate tectonics itself was apparently pseudoscience 100 years ago...
All the really great leaps forward in understanding the world we live in are ridiculed at first.
Are you sure about that?
And who's doing the ridiculing?