Earth may have had muddy origins
The most commonly accepted theory for the creation of the Earth is that it was formed from an aggregate of rocky meteors and asteroids that came together and built up over time. But new research indicates that far from being a stony conglomerate, the proto-Earth may have been a huge ball of churning, warm, wet mud.
Continue Reading Earth may have had muddy origins
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via New Atlas http://newatlas.com/
July 16, 2017 at 10:24PM