It's part of the natural cycle, scientists say, where the tectonic plates merge into the supercontinent, which then collapses.
The last time it happened, the supercontinent known as "Pangea" was about 310 million years ago before it collapsed about 180 million years ago.
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The future continent could have several shapes: Novopangea, Pangea Ultima, Aurica and Amasia.
For example, in the Amazon scenario, a collision would lead to the joining of North and South America – and the Arctic Ocean disappeared when Asia joined America, all due to the movement of the Earth's "tectonic plates."
Scientists say he believes he is the most likely Novopanga.
Scientists write, "If we assume that the current situation persists, so the Atlantic continues to open and the Pacific is still closing, we have a scenario in which another supercontinent is created in the Pangea antipode.
"America would collide with the northern Antarctic and then into the already precipitated Africa-Eurasia.
"The supercontinent that would subsequently arise was called Novopange or Novopanga.
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