What if the Baltic plate came back?

For those who don't know, the Baltic plate was an ancient tectonic plane which went from what is now Eastern Poland (West) to The urals (east) and from northern Scandinavia (North) to Northern Caucusus (South). It consists of Western Russia, all of Ruthenia (Belarus, Lithuania and Ukraine), Livonia (Latvia and... show more For those who don't know, the Baltic plate was an ancient tectonic plane which went from what is now Eastern Poland (West) to The urals (east) and from northern Scandinavia (North) to Northern Caucusus (South). It consists of Western Russia, all of Ruthenia (Belarus, Lithuania and Ukraine), Livonia (Latvia and Estonia) and Fennoscandia (Norway, Sweden and Finland). So what if it started moving again? (Also, if you want to look at the boundaries, On Wikipedia there is an article on baltica, the continent it made)
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