Europe has a long history of civilization. This is due to the many beginnings in arts, science, and culture happening in Europe.

Although many have written about Europe’s long history, yet geological history is still a mystery.

Hence the continent, that gave so many amazing things to humanity, is still unknown. So we do not know how it was made or even how it will change in the future. 

Civilization exists by geological consent, subject to change without notice.

Will Durant

However, Europe’s geological story is like a fairytale that should be told in every school inland but also abroad. 

Indeed it is a fascinating story that explains a lot of mysteries such as why there are only dinosaur fossils in the north or why there are so many earthquakes in the Mediterranean sea. 

Therefore all these strange geological phenomena are explained by learning the story of making Europe

In this episode, you will find out, at last, this impressive story including the followings:

  • the first primary continent of Earth before the others were made
  • the firstly formed Europe area and how it changed over time
  • the change over Europe’s lands in millions of years from now

The history of any one part of the earth, like the life of a soldier, consists of long periods of boredom and short periods of terror.

Derek Ager

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