The outer layer of the Earth consists of broken pieces, such as cracked egg shells, which we carry. These particles, the tectonic plates, move the planet at a rate of several centimeters per year. Every one of them often unites the supercon-continental, which lasts several hundred million years before the destruction. Then the plates are scattered or dispersed and separated from each other, which ultimately returns again after 400-600 million years.
The last superconductor, Pangea, formed about 310 million years ago, approximately 180 million years ago. The next supercontinent is 200-250 million years. It is assumed that it will emerge in the year, so at present we are on the half way through the scattered phase of the modern super-clockwise cycle. The problem is: how is the next superconductor formed and why?
There are four main scenarios of the next superconformance: Novopangi, Pangea Ultima, Aurica and Amasia. Each form depends on different scenarios, but ultimately depends on how the panorama is divided and how the world's continents are still moving.
The collapse of the Pangea led to the formation of the Atlantic Ocean, which has yet to be discovered and expanded. Consequently, the closing and closing of the Pacific. The Pacific Ocean is an edge of subduction zones ("fire ring") under the continental plates of the oceanic crust and on the inner surface of the Earth or subduction. The old ocean floor is processed and can reach volcanic buckets. Atlantic, on the contrary, has a large ocean ridge, which produces a new oceanic plate but only into two subduction zones: the Little Antilles in the Caribbean and the Scottish back between South America and Antarctica.
If the current situation still exists to stop the Pacific Ocean closing, the next superconnection has a scenario that appears in the antipodes of Pangea. Americans flipped north to Antarctica and then collided with Africa-Eurasia. Then the superconstant forming the so-called Novopagania or Novopaggaga was named.
2. Pangea Ultima
However, the opening of the Atlantic slows down and in the future it is practically closed. Subduction of the two subduction atoms in the Atlantic leads to the spread of eastern coasts in America, leading to the reform of Pangaea America, Europe and Africa, and back to the superconductor called Pangea Ultima. This new super-continent was surrounded by the Pacific Ocean, the super-Pacific.
However, if it is necessary to create new subduction zones in the Atlantic, Pacific and Atlantic oceans may be closed. This means that they have to replace them with the new ocean's freshwater basin.
In this scenario, the Pan-Asian Revolution, which crosses India from west to the Arctic, opens to form a new ocean. As a result, the formation of superconstructural Aurica. Thanks to the north-western coast of Australia, it is the center of the new continent, East Asia, and the Pacific Ocean on both sides of America. The European and African plates are then added to America as an Atlantic coating.
The fourth scenario presupposes a completely different destiny for the future Earth. Currently, the tectonic plates move northward, including several African, Australian and African countries. It is believed that this drift was caused by deviations from Pangea in the mantle, part of the Earth's depth. As a consequence of the Northern Drift, except for Antarctica, it is possible to consider the scenario, which is circumventing the north of the continent. That means they finally eventually gather around the North Pole on a superconductor called Amasia. In this scenario, the Atlantic and the Pacific remains largely open.
Of these four scenarios, we consider that Novopania is most probable. This is the logical progression of the drift routes of the modern continental plate, while the other three assume the other process is played. For Aurica, the new Atlantic subduction zones, Pankanee Uptima, had to be restored to the Atlantic discovery or to deviate from Pangae for Amazy in the inner view of the Earth.
Studying the tectonic prospects of the earth forces us to push the boundaries of our knowledge, and to think about processes that shape our planet for a long time. It also leads us to think about the whole Earth and there are a number of other questions – what is the next supercontinent climate? How is the ocean circulation adjusted? How to develop and adapt to life? This is the question that raises the boundaries of science because it pushes our frontiers.