Continental drift is the gradual movement of the continents. The continents move 2.5 cm a year. They say that one day the continents will come together. The theory of continental drift was supported by when they found the same rocks and fossils. Heat is causing the continents move.
In some places the plates are pulling apart which causes valleys, ect. A transform boundary happens when the plates slide past each other but neither collide nor rip apart. The red sea was formed where the African Arabian pulled apart. Eventually the red sea will form an ocean.
Plate tectonics have shuffled the earth’s landmasses around—and continue to do so. Talks about how the continents move 2.5 cm a year. I also talks about how someday the continents will hit each other again.
This video is describing the cycle of plates moving apart from each other. It also talks about how the carbon dioxide releases back into the atmosphere. It also talks about how it a huge cycle of melting down the crust.