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2015-07-28T19:43:58+08:00

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It is possible that a continent may move in 100 years due to the movement of plate tectonics at a speed of 2-3 centimeters per year
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Yes. There is a possibility that the current location of a continent would be different 100 years from now, but, it will not be noticeable because it took 200 million years  before the continents came to where they are now.

--Mizu
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Yes because the only permanent in this world is change and we all know that everyday, our land shakes. Plus the earthquake.