What Earth Will Look Like 100 Million Years from Now

in Science, Video - Science | September 30th, 2011

This is what you’d call efficient. In two minutes, we watch our planet take form. 600 million years of geological history whizzes by in a snap. Then we see what the next 100 million years may have in store for us. If you don’t have the patience to watch 700 million years unfold in 180 seconds (seriously?), then we’ll give you this spoiler: Coastal real estate is not a long-term buy…

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  1. Alexandria says . . .
    November 23, 2011 / 9:07 am

    wow this is really kool; helped me in science a lot thx

  2. roshan meshram says . . .
    November 7, 2015 / 3:37 am

    Hi

  3. Clare says . . .
    August 15, 2016 / 12:39 am

    New Zealand left off the map again :(

  4. Marian says . . .
    August 15, 2016 / 6:27 am

    So the Mediterranean is going to dry up?

  5. jean e loomis says . . .
    August 15, 2016 / 4:27 pm

    As usual the South Pacific doesnt figure in US maps. Were is NZ/Aotearoa?

  6. Bill says . . .
    August 15, 2016 / 8:11 pm

    I wonder if this projection takes the effects of anthropogenic climate change into account.

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