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New Discovery / Not seven but eight continents on Earth, India's special relationship with this continent found in 375 years

 New Discovery / Not seven but eight continents on Earth, India's special relationship with this continent found in 375 years

There are still many mysteries of the earth where we live that have not been solved by human beings and now we will talk about one more unsolved mystery today.

There are not seven but eight continents on Earth: Discovery

The eighth continent is 94 percent water, according to a U.S. survey

Abel Tasman, the inventor of New Zealand, had confidence

The U.S. Geological Survey has announced a new continent, Zelandia. After about 555 years of discovery, satellite photographs have revealed this new continent. So far we have been taught in geography and geology books that there are a total of 7 continents on earth but now satellite images have revealed a lot about this. These photos show that there are not seven but a total of 8 continents on Earth.

It is forbidden to have 8 compartments after this discovery

Significantly, this eighth continent is close to New Zealand and is 94 percent submerged under the sea. Following this discovery it is now believed that Abel Tasman, who discovered the Netherlands, was right. He stated in the year 1642 that there is a huge continent in the Southern Hemisphere and he was committed to finding it. Let us know about the eighth continent of the earth and its relationship with India ...

Abel, a Dutch researcher, did not realize that the eighth continent was 94 percent underwater. In 1995, the American geologist Bruce Luandek once again called the area around New Zealand a continent and renamed it 'Zelandia'. Subsequently, the U.S. Geological Survey conducted a study that included interior images of the Earth's surface. He separated the continental crust and the sea crust with the help of satellite cameras and tectonic plates. Satellite data was used in this technique.

Room discovered with the help of new technology

With the help of this technique, it can be used to measure the surface of the sea to detect even small changes in gravity in different layers of the earth. When scientists combined these data, the form of Zelandia became clear. The continent of Australia was as large as the continent of Australia, occupying 5% of the total land area of ​​the Gondwana continent.

The U.S. Geological Survey said in its report that Zelandia was similar to India in terms of area, which was part of the vast Gondwana continent. At that time India, Australia, Antarctica, Africa and South America were part of the Gondwana continent. He said Zelandia is the youngest, thinnest and most submerged underwater structure. There is controversy among scientists about what the definition of continents should be.

But the general opinion is that there must be these characteristics within the room

The 1-continent rises above sea level

3-Silicic, metamorphic, sedimentary rocks are present in three types,

3-The crust layer should be denser than the sea level, 4-There should be an imaginary area that is widely spread and its form is different from the sea.

The area of ​​these continents has never been discussed

According to the American Geological Survey, the first three issues are defined elements of the continental crust and many geology books and reviews contain detailed information about it. But the area of ​​these continents has never been debated about how big or wide it should be.

Experts said this was possible because it was believed that the names of six geological subcontinents Eurasia, Africa, North America, South America, Antarctica and Australia were sufficient to describe the crust of the continents. The U.S. Geological Survey said in its words, classifying a Zelandia name is more than adding additional names to the list. This subcontinent may have sunk to a large extent, but it may be important for those who want to understand geology to know the relationship and breakdown of continental layers.

Abel is believed to have discovered Tasma

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Abel Tasman is said to have left Jakarta, Indonesia on 14 August 1642. He went first west, then south, then east and finally his journey ended on the South Island of New Zealand. When he reached South Island, he had a quarrel with the locals. Four Europeans were killed. Tasman then returned but believed he had discovered a great southern subcontinent. The island was later called Terra Australian

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