All Together Then

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The 335 million year old supercontinent of Pangaea (prior to its social distancing breakup 175 million years ago) with modern day national borders added.

Gone are the days.

Mmf.

Full sized version here.

kottke

17 thoughts on “All Together Then

  1. Kingfisher

    That map is wrong. It shows Galway Bay. Back then, Galway bay was a lake, later known as Loch Lurgan. I mean, D’oh.

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      1. Janet, I ate my avatar

        ha I can’t spell for toffee, never could and then threw a few more languages in the mix and now I’m truly fupped, I get funny about facts though and dirty nails

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          1. millie in handcuffs

            +1

            I hate long nails, fake or natural. All I can think about it all the dirt and germs accumulating there.

    1. Ads

      My plan, though for some reason no one will take it seriously. Get a load of tugboats all around the edges and just heeeeeeaaaaave and pull till we’re down there in the Bay of Biscay. Caramba! Zut alors!

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  2. Specific Gravity

    On the geological front, if I recalled nothing from my visit other than the eyewatering price of beer, its that Iceland as a land mass did not exist more than 20 million years ago, when a subsea volcanic eruption spurted it into being. So there’s that…

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