On the way
We deserve a lot of time thinking about the future of the TV. Will AIs start a nuclear power plant around 2040? Do we want to live on a pottery after 2100? But what about the way, away Last year – what will the earth be like, say, 200 million years?
For one thing, the geology is certainly not the same. According to an international team of researchers, our planet is from 200 to 250 million years of the formation of a new supercontinent – a whole landmassa consisting of # The seven continents we know and love now – and they think they have a nice idea what it looks like.
The earth's crust consists of 12 tectonic plates that are in constant, very slow motion. These plates come together and try in a bicycle that will take 400 to 600 million years. The last time the plates came, it was 310 million years ago, before the time of dinosaurs, making them the super-continent Pangea.
To find out which the next superkontinent can be searched, the researchers can analyze the history of earth's plateletctonics and the sectoral activity is currently under way. As a result, they came with four possible future supercontinental configurations, which they call Novopangea, Pangea Ultima, Aurica, and Amasia.
The researchers believe Novopangaa is the highest problem, if it were the outcome of current circumstances – the three remaining scenarios would only play as a result of a major change in Earth's earthquake, such as the influence of something annoying the interior of the planetarium still needs to develop.
However, it is clear that we will not live to see which of these features – if it really comes to fruit, the researchers have made this project not fun for fun. If they indicate in an article in the publication The talk:
Discovering the tectonic future of Earth gives us the insights of our boundaries and reflect on the processes that our planets form over time. It also leads us to think about the earliest system as a whole, and adds a series of other questions – what will the future of supercontinent be? How will the flooding affect? How will evolve life and change? These are the kinds of questions that further enhance the boundaries of science to get the boundaries of our fantasy.
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