World’s Oldest Rocks Suggest Early Earth Was Habitable

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: November 28, 2005   View Article

Astronauts in Earth’s orbit today look down on a jigsaw puzzle of continents rising from vast oceans, the conditions ripe for supporting life.

Controversial new research suggests that the continents formed—and conditions for life arose—much earlier than was previously thought.

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