Monday's Trivia Quiz

Jasdip

EVERYONE gets a chili-dog! YOU get a chili-dog, and YOU get a chili-dog and so on. :-)

My first gut guess was Cheryl Tiegs, but you all knew better

A 1976 poster of which woman in a red bathing suit has sold a record 12 million copies?
Farrah Fawcett


Today's question is

What theory proposes that Earth's landmasses were once connected and drifted apart?

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Judy Good

beyond me.


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georgysmom2

The Big Bang Theory?

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Lars

Continental drift

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LoneJack Zn 6a, KC

Pangea Theory? At least that's what the single supercontinent was named by the Neanderthals :-P

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Lucille

The seven year itch

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dees_1

Divorcious Landmassium

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skibby (zone 4 Vermont)

The teaberry shuffle.

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Rusty

Continental Drift makes sense, so I'll agree with Lars on this one.

Rusty

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rhizo_1 (North AL) zone 7

That the continents drift was a theory called the Continental Drift, but has long been replaced by plate tectonics.

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blfenton

Pangaea Theory suggests that there was a giant landmass connected and the Continental Drift suggests that the landmass broke up and drifted apart.

Not sure which Theory the question is asking about.

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Raye Smith

The jigsaw puzzle theory :)

The french toast theory

The I wasn't there so I'll just make up something and get people to believe it theory.

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gardengal48 (PNW Z8/9)

LOL!! The Pangaea supercontinent predates the Neanderthals by multiple millions of years :-) And it's quite a bit more established than just theoretical.

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skibby (zone 4 Vermont)

Hahaha Raye! If none of those are right, I'll give you a chili dog myself.

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ophoenix

Plate Tectonics

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ghostlyvision

From the wording of the question I'd say Continental Drift (or maybe it was Bugs Bunny with his trusty saw).

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jemdandy

Plate tectonics

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