Tuesday, June 22, 2010

This is what the earth will look like in 250 million years!

59 comments:

  1. wow that would suck!! at least i wont be alive

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  2. that's pangea which happened over 30 million years ago

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  3. Haha! thats how it was! lol

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  4. is this person saying the earth is moving its contenant back into pangea

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  5. yea thats right..and lets hope that racism is over by then or else..if the humans will still live by then

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  6. of course it wont happen guys. how the hell can you predict something that is gonna happen in 250 MILLION years

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  7. thats how the old earth looked like noob

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  8. the person tnat sadi prove it i will the continents are constantly moving (slpitting apart because of the gravitational pull.) my science teacher also told me that iceland would become two different islands. it also explains why the continents broke up in the first place.

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  9. are you all retarded? your asking to prove it and it already has been proved! the continents are drifting at centimeters every year. Thats basically what the earth looked like 250 million years ago.

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  10. umm are u guys retards im 13 and i know thts a teory i learned in class a month ago

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  11. everyone who says prove it: the earth used to be like just one big island. But plates started moving and it was all split up. Plates are always moving but extremley slowly and 99% of the time unoticable. if you calculate how they have been moving and what not and times it by 250 million you will figure out where all the plates have moved and what not. :)

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  12. England has got a lot of coal and coal is made from tropical trees falling into tropical swamps and being preserved so therefore england must have been on the equator and anyway why do you think there is earthquakes
    Im 14 and i know that so all u people that r a lot older then me u r all dumbasses

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  13. StephanieMothaFuckinGraceJune 22, 2010 at 2:14 PM

    wont it all jus fit back together like the pangea did?? nothin bad would happen we would jus all be one again.. which i think is the best choice .

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  14. yes well could anyone tell me where the fudge Europe is??? T_T

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  15. lol anyone noticed america should be at the other side since america moved to the west in the first place

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  16. that's pangea... it already happened like 250000000 years ago!

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  17. OMGGGG seriosly

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  18. actually the contenants are drifting apart not toghether and if we make it that far between tides erosion and global warming it will mostly be cover with water

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  19. Some of the continents are moving step by step even now... there is no provement that earth will look exactly like this, but some changes will ben and even not after 250 million years... it can be quite quick...

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  20. that's bulls***

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  21. it lokked like that for 250 millions years ago ! -.-

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  22. the continents are being pushed away from eachother, so they won't connect, north america will be on the right side of asia..

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  23. i agree with annonmys 0.o

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  24. thats not true it will take much more time to turn back into pangea. i saw it on the history channel

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  25. Lol, u watch the history channel, but yh its not gonna go back to pangea its gonna spread out more than it is not get closer! douche bags!

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  26. Well i think its nto going to be a pangea in 250 million years thts like way too long to predict the continents will be apart and it will take more years for it to go apart again.

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  27. okay guys stop saying its pangaea.....it isnt....pangaea had a different formation
    and to be fair this is only a theory but the reason this happens is because of the gravitional pull.....this is y pangaea formed in the first place and broke up....the continets shouold THEORETICALLY go bak together, but obviuolsy it wouldnt look like pangaea.....

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  28. That's completly wrong. The pacific ocean is getting small, not bigger...

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  29. holy shit, i will be alive and my kids and wife , kids , movin to austrailia in 2040

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  30. im one year old. and even i know that the tectonic plates are moving and causing earthquakes dumbasses. if you dont believe it fet the fuck out. and no one cares about your age idiots.

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  31. You all shouldt care cuz in 250000000 years ure all dead So shut up

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  32. This is all crap!!! We cant even predict next weeks weather, nevermind bloody 250 million years later!!!! Flipping heck most of you people are thick!

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  33. People my god, its easier to predict where the tectonic plates will move in a couple thousand years than next weeks weather. The plates move at a somewhat constant speed and in a direction relative to the other plates around it. Its not a difficult concept to grasp, unless you're stupid, clueless, or a creationist. All the plates are moving in a way that the Atlantic Ocean is expanding, and the Pacific Ocean is shrinking, so NATURALLY the continents will one day all collide. Plus someone had a point saying we'll all be dead by then, so seriously, pick up a book, and educate yourself before you run your mouth about shit that you don't understand.

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  34. Oh, thank-you, finally an intelligent comment. I'll add another observation. Jake is also the only one who can spell, as well.

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  35. thats not what pangea looked like dicks. and that could happen, seeing as the plates move.

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  36. lol prove it!
    thats how i WAS, before xD asshole

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  37. Surely, if they're moving away from each other, then when they all collide again, it won't look like Pangea did, it would look the same as pangea, but the other way around. Say you put a red ball and a blue ball next to each other on another big ball, and move them away from eachother, when they come back together they'll be the other way round.

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  38. wer the fucks scotland? get rid of england no one likes them :/

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  39. daa...that how this planet was bilions of years ago before mankind was though of.

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  40. Well it's quite obvious. This is a picture of how it looked like many yrs before our time. Though it doesn't mean it won't happen again. Though at the rate of the continents moving at their pace, it would have a great affect on how the world would look like in a a couple million yrs, though it wouldn't look like that since. The western hemisphere continents are moving more west and the eastern hemisphere to the east. So, it would come close to that picture, except it would be turned and idk about Antarctica and Australia coming back together.

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  41. it is gonna look like this. like millios of years ago it looked like this, then they started drifting apart, and at one point, theyre gonna stop, and theyre gonna drift back together, so usa went west, in millions of years its gonna go back east

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  42. Whover said they were 14 and they said a lot of coal in England - Everyone knows that you dumbfuck! Where did you hear that shit? Sesame Street in Europe? Hahaha you fail kid..

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  43. hey, whoever's being a douche to the 14 year old remember that their only 14

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  44. How does anybody know how the world will look in 250 miilion years. We won't even be around then. What a waste of time and internet space.

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  45. i'm gona be quite cold when i'm 250,000,018 years old... good luck ireland ha

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  46. umm am i the only one who knows that the atlantic ocean is growing BIGGER. it's not like the continents are just going to go back to their original spots. eventually they'll all be one continent again but the one ocean is going to be the atlantic not the pacific.

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  47. Unless someone invents a time machine in the mere future no one know and I don't even care. And I saw the documentary on the science channel and still don't give a shyt deuces

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  48. you all are retarded. that's not f**kn Pangea. Go look at the facts before you F**kn COMMENT!

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