Pangea Supercontinent With Modern Countries Labeled

January 26, 2018


Note: Larger version HERE if you want to look for Atlantis (I still couldn't find it).

This is a map of the Pangea supercontinent created by digital artist Massimo Pietrobon with all the modern countries labeled. In his own words while I daydream about being able to walk to South America from California. "You can walk to South America from California." To Canada then.

(Translated) Gathering the world in one piece of land represents a return to the unity of the planet, to the unity of the human race, in spite of the divisions that are so convenient for our rulers! ...The world is one. Humanity is one Long live the political Pangea!

World peace -- that's the answer. The question? I'm not sure. "What will never happen?" Way to be optimistic. I feel like maybe if aliens came to visit it would really put things into perspective and people could actually set aside their petty differences and fight a common enemy -- uniting all of humanity. "We come in peace." Kill them!

Thanks to Rod, who's convinced Pangea is just another lie sold to us by the Illuminati.

  • Jenness

    This is done each week at some school 6th grade social studies class. Meh.

  • AGirlNamedMichael

    Except Pangaea would not have looked like this because in the "map" there is no accounting for millions of years of erosion, landmasses that have submerged or emerged due to tectonic shifting and changing sea levels, and new landmasses that didn't exist at the time, others that did but don't now, and other unaccounted for data.

  • Bling Nye

    Looks like Americas putting its tiny peen in the butt of Africa & South America.

    Seems like nothing much has changed.

  • FearlessFarris

    No wonder there are so many Africans in New York and Boston.

  • Gingerbread

    Flat earth

  • Mark

    Poor pulled in so many directions.

  • Michael Knight

    and what is the point?? 'hey look i can smoosh things because i'm a hippie!'???
    me: smooshing your head

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