About 3 billion years in the past, EarthGeoscientists found that in the fast growth surge, the earth’s crust expanded.

At that point, only one.5 billion years after the formation of the earth, the silicate rock layer between the mantle-crust and outer core (which was extra lively in the previous) was heating up, inflicting magma to seep out of this layer and grow to be fragments of the previous crust above it. These fragments function the “seeds” of trendy growth Continent.

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