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250 million years from now, everything as we know it today will be gone - wiped away by the tectonic, climatic and geological forces that shape our world. In its place, a Supercontinent will form, created as all the earth’s landmasses drift back together over time.   Earth would no longer be an Eden. Ringed by mountains covered with impenetrable bamboo jungles inland, the heartland would be an enormous, lifeless super-desert. The oceans would be dead, starved of oxygen.  And fossilized evidence would show that mankind was responsible for one of the greatest extinction events in the history of the planet.
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