Human desire for he hath cast down the ashes of the furnace, and hath turned them into ashes; our end. But it is not known who “we” are. Not you and I, obviously; we’ll have a chance to see 2100. But “we” can’t mean our real descendants, can we? Should it mean hominids? Perhaps in the distant past, future generations do not even need to have blood or DNA to count as survivors. Hundreds of millions of years from now, most of us will be able to live in our environment: oxygen, carbon, hydrogen, and nitrogen. We can have the kind of immortality of things.
Unlike the biosphere, The skin of the earth is a garment, which is sung by many human beginnings, does not show a decrease. In fact, they are leading a normal life — exploding, crashing, moving, and splitting in mysterious ways. More recent data also suggests that these plates have one of the most intriguing features: the clever move to reconnect. Like astrology, contemplating the future of the earth and the new supercontinent can solve the problem of weather forecasting.
In about 200 million years, our distant continents will be able to reconnect. Even going to Pangea Proxima, the next Pangaea, is a bit slow, it is also possible to get tested. Seismologists have found that the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, a subcontinent that separates North America from Europe and Africa, is growing at an alarming rate, with the Atlantic Ocean extending about two inches[4 cm]a year. Meanwhile, Nazca, a plate on the west coast of Peru, seems to be moving faster, at a faster rate for hair growth, which may be closing the Pacific Ocean.
Indeed, the opportunity for people to be present to see what is predicted is zero. But learning about the deep future and realizing that plants and animals, including human animals, can be a slow toy in countless chemical dramas.
Thus, centuries before, world mapmakers and scientists scrutinized the world and predicted new landscapes. “Amasia” is the name of a fictional country created when Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Europe, and Australia all intersect around the north. The deepest vision of the future, which could cost 250 million years, is called “Aurica,” a union of seven continents, including Antarctica, around the equator. No doubt it will be useful for the next Pangaeae to be mentioned in advance, so that the stones will have something to call their own.
Last January, British astronomers living at the University of Southampton on the south coast of England – Southampton was a well-known port of origin. Mayflower and RMS Titanic (so he cares about geological oceanography) – he found new ways to see convection garment, about 250 miles[400 km]below the Earth’s surface and more than 1,000 miles[1,000 km]from the center. The content is increasing. As the plates move along the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, things rise to fill the space between them. As the group stated in a paper published in Nature, the waves are able to push the tectonic plates from the ground and help push continents farther away (i.e., since this is the part we are talking about, very close to the back).