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Mysterious underground of the continents are as old as the Earth

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The old, huge parts of the rocks are as large as continents have existed, hundreds of miles below the earth’s surface, and could be as old as the planet itself, according to a new study.

The study of models that are used for the tracking of the location of the origin of the volcanic rocks samples have been found all over the world for two solid continents have been buried in the planet’s deep mantle. The findings, published in the Journal Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, suggest to them a large rock to the region’s existence for about 4.5 billion years old.

Scientists have previously suggested that those buried in the continents got subducted ocean plate.

However, the new study indicates that they may have originated from an ancient magma ocean, and that was during the planet’s early formation, and can survive the effects of the full Moon.

Study co-author Curtis Williams, a geologist at the University of California, Davis, told the GeoSpace and the amazing thing is that these are unique to the regions that have survived, most of the Earth’s turbulent volcanic history is relatively untouched.

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To be able to get a feel of this rock and you will help the geologists to have a better handle on the old processes that gave the Earth its present mantle, according to researchers.

Williams and his colleagues have compiled new and existing data on the samples from Hawaii, Iceland, and other locations, according to LiveScience, and then identified the samples, that certain of the old segment, and has tried to distinguish itself from the rocks and travel to the surface to be cleaned.

The researchers have reportedly developed a model that highlights the strange movement of the deep mantle, plumes, and were then able to track certain monsters back to the underground regions.

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