Common Geology: Common ground?

Newfoundland, England and the foothills of the Andes share common bedrock. The remnants of ancient continents connect now distant lands: the primal continent of Ur now arises fractured among India, Australia and Antarctica; other continental remnants link North America and Greenland, as well as South America and West Africa. What commonalities might these rocks imbue? In plants, in people? Using OneGeology technology and integrating stories of plants, animals and people, we explore the effect of ‘our common ground’.