the recent spurt of geological activity (earthquakes and volcanoes) in Chile, California and Iceland and the electromagnetic link between the Galactic Dust Cloud, the Sun and its planets brings me back to Neal Adams' 'continuous creation' or Growing Earth theory.
The major consequence of the 'fitting together of the continents across BOTH the Atlantic AND the Pacific oceans' is the earth needed to be ONE QUARTER the size it is today. This also means that the gravity of the earth in the time of the dinosaurs was 1/4 what it is today - allowing for the massive dinosaurs to exist. If you track this back through history, you quickly find that the Earth is expanding by AN AMAZING 6.5 to 8 INCHES per year. Neal Adams' theory equally applies to every planet in the solar system, and potentially even the Sun itself.
Here's the three-part audio interview of Neal Adams by Art Bell on COAST TO COAST's August 12th 2006 broadcast.
Even though the question, "Where did the extra mass for the Growing Earth come from?" isn't yet resolved into a single formula, it's rivetting stuff.
Further reading: the HC Unit-like sub-atomic structure Positronium, the pilloried Australian geologist Samuel Warren Carey and Nobel prize winning physicist Carl David Anderson.