It is part of a natural cycle, scientists say, tectonic plates become supercontinent and then break them again.
For the last time, the supercontinent called Pangea was created about 310 million years ago before breaking 180 million years ago.
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Future continents can take on different forms: Novopangea, Pangea Ultima, Aurica and Amasia.
In Amasia, for example, a collision would be encountered in North and South America, and the Arctic Ocean will disappear into Asia-America, the "Earth's tectonic plates" caused by movement
The researchers believe that Novopanga is probably.
Researchers write: "If we continue to condition the current situation, the Atlantic continues to open and the Pacific closes, in the Pangea antipode, we have a scenario in the next supercontinent.
& # 39; Americas would go to the north of Antarctica, and then African Eurasia was already bursting.
It has been the supercontinent called Novopangea or Novopangaea.
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