No, the Plate tectonics theory supports the convection currents as the reason for the plates to be moving, while the continental drift has no mention of it. The Continental Drift theory also states that only the continents (landmass) moved. They both similarly state that there was the giant supercontinent of Pangea
You can troubleshoot the power antenna on a Lincoln Mark VIII by first checking the fuse. A blown fuse is the most common reason for an antenna not working properly.
Yes, they could not find a reason that would cause the movements of the continents. Now, scientists have discovered that the continents don't drift, but rather they are carried by tectonic plates.
There is a theory of continental drift by Wegener. He thought that underneath where we stand (continental crust) is magma (lava). You know sometimes there are lily pads in the pond floating on the water and drifting, bumping, and pulling away from each other? That's just like the theory. Continental crust is divided into 7 different plates. When the plates are moving together, it's called a convergent boundary (convergent sounds like connected). When plates are moving apart, this is called a divergent boundary (divergent sounds like divided). The reason they call it continental drift is because the plates are slowly drifting. Sometimes, instead of convergent boundaries where the plates are slipping under each other and creating mountains and hills, they bump into each other. This causes an earthquake. The exact beginning of an earthquake is called an epicenter. Wegener's theory being supported is called plate tectonics.
The reason a Lincoln Town Car might not start after the intake manifold was replaced could be that the MAP (Manifold Absolute Pressure) sensor was not installed properly after the manifold was replaced. The computer might also need to be reset.
What is your problem? Is it because the alarm goes off for no reason? If it is I had the same problem and can help you.
The likely reason why the alarm in a 1999 Lincoln Continental goes off on hot days is because warm air flow triggers the sensors. You can deactivate the alarm by unlocking the car.
no..........you didn't ask 4 the reason why. just no.
its the reason of earths ways
To memorialize Abraham Lincoln for what he did for our country :)!!!!
The main reason that Southerners opposed the election of Abraham Lincoln was his opposition to the expansion of slavery.
Because he had no reason to. Lincoln was a slave owner himself
He was shot in a thearte.
His evidence was incorrect.
We had that problem and it was a sensor in the trunk that triggered the alarm when the temperature good to low (cold). We ended up disengaging the trunk sensor.
You probably have a blown brake light fuse for whatever reason. The shift lock operates on the same circuit as the brake lights so check the fuse first.
Without context (and particularly without knowing what "the Lincoln's" first reason supposedly was), it's basically impossible to answer this.Actually, my understanding was that Lincoln always had precisely one reason for the civil war: to preserve the Union. Everything else is subsumed in that.