I totally missed the UK and Ireland btw haha
It's not even agreed upon by everyone how many continents there are, never mind where their borders are. At least Jetpunk is fairly consistent with itself
Traditionally the continents that are most often described are Nth and Sth America, Africa, Asia, Antarctica, Australia and Europe (7 in total)
Geologicallly Europe and Asia are the same continent but in the last decade a seventh geological continent i.e.
the only other "continent" in the south pacific (and the earth) is Zealandia which apparently meets all the criteria for a continent and would be very obviously one if most of it wasn't submerged. As the name suggests its main visible land mass is New Zealand from where it runs north as far as New Caledonia coming very close to Australia off Queensland
Many of the discussions and arguments I see on this site seem to involve this subject. People using different parameters arguing with eachothers. One says it belong to it because it is on the same plate, the other say it isnt, because it is outside the agreed borders. It is like people arguing about different things.
Hope this comment didnt get too messy/chaotic