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Innocentx

Very good, thanks.

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Auspex

This is fun; thank you!

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Mike from North Queensland

Interesting but a least my home is on dry land and not to far from the coast line.

Makes you think that there would most likely have been another land mass on the other side of earth that has disappeared under those still existing with tectonic plate movement.

 

Mike

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Quail

it's cool!!! Thank you!

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Raggedy Man

Here is an interestin website that allows you to put an address in the search box from 750 million years ago until present and allows you to see it as it was in that frame. 

Have fun!

 

http://dinosaurpictures.org/ancient-earth#540

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Fossildude19
45 minutes ago, Raggedy Man said:

Here is an interestin website that allows you to put an address in the search box from 750 million years ago until present and allows you to see it as it was in that frame. 

Have fun!

 

http://dinosaurpictures.org/ancient-earth#540

 

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Raggedy Man
10 hours ago, Fossildude19 said:

 

Posts merged.

Lol thanks. I didnt see it was posted already.

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SgtZabka
12 hours ago, Raggedy Man said:

Here is an interestin website that allows you to put an address in the search box from 750 million years ago until present and allows you to see it as it was in that frame. 

Have fun!

 

http://dinosaurpictures.org/ancient-earth#540

My home didn't reach its present-day location until about 66 MYA, that's neat!

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JohnBrewer

Cool! Just love IFLScience. 

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Wrangellian

Fun!

I don't know why the left and right arrows have to skip an increment each time, but at least you can use the selector at the top to see all the increments.

Also I don't know why they couldn't trace Wrangellia a little further back than 240mya, I know there are rocks at least 300myo here. If they weren't sure of the exact location at 300mya, couldn't they just make their best guess, and tweak it later when they get better data?

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JimB88

Neat! My house was dry for most of the Phanerozoic, exception being the Ordovician and part of the Silurian and Devonian!

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