As per a recent research, the antiquated supercontinent of Rodinia is inside out since the Earth gulped its very own sea nearly 700 million years back. Rodinia was known to be a supercontinent which pre-shadowed the more renowned Pangea, which were in existence around 320 million and 170 million years back. In another research, experts driven by Zheng-Xiang Li from Curtin University in Perth, located in Australia, discuss that the superoceans of supercontinents develop and separate in rotating cycles that occasionally protect the sea outside layer and once in a while reuse it over into interiors of the Earth. Li explained that they recommend that the mantle structure of the Earth just gets totally rearranged each second supercontinent through the recovery of another superocean and another ring of fire. The “Ring of Fire” is known to be a chain of subducted sections surrounding the Pacific, where the outside layer of the sea crushes underneath the mainlands. Earthquakes and volcanoes are visit surrounding the Ring of Fire, obtaining it the name it has. The historical backdrop of supercontinents is somewhat dismal; however geoscientists are progressively persuaded that the mainlands converge into one monster landmass each 600 million years, averagely. First was Nuna, which existed between 1.6 billion and 1.4 billion years back. At that point Nuna broke separated; just to mix as Rodinia around 900 million years back. Rodinia separated 700 million years prior. At that point, around 320 million years back, Pangea was developed.