You asked: Where will the Philippines be in 100 million years from now?

What will happen to the Philippine archipelago if the continents will continue to move after 100 million years?

If the continents continue to move the way they are doing at the moment, the location of the Philippines will appear to remain where it is even though slight changes have taken place. During that time it would have moved closer to the center of the Pacific Ocean.

Did humans live on Pangea?

The first phases of Homo developed less than 2,000,000 (two million) years ago. Pangea , the supercontinent existed approximately 335,000,000 (three-hundred thirty five) years ago. It would be impossible for any species that even slightly classify as humans to exist during the same time as Pangea did.

What will it be like in 100 years?

In 100 years, the world’s population will probably be around 10 – 12 billion people, the rainforests will be largely cleared and the world would not be or look peaceful. We would have a shortage of resources such as water, food and habitation which would lead to conflicts and wars.

How long will humans last?

Humanity has a 95% probability of being extinct in 7,800,000 years, according to J. Richard Gott’s formulation of the controversial Doomsday argument, which argues that we have probably already lived through half the duration of human history.

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Who were the first humans in the Philippines?

The earliest known hominin remains in the Philippines is the fossil discovered in 2007 in the Callao Caves in Cagayan. The 67,000-year-old find predates the 47,000-year-old Tabon Man, which was until then the earliest known set of human remains in the archipelago.

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