Now that the juxtapositions of each continent on the small Earth had been determined
by the first model, I was able to look at each continent in detail and establish
the geographical relationships they had with each other. We will look at each continent
The shapes of the continents of Africa and South America fit together perfectly and
this suggests that neither has changed its basic shape since they were joined.
The following images show this better fit on a smaller radius. With more curvature,
Africa wraps around South America’s northern coast, and their two southern tips link
together better, too.