Before it split into the continents we know today, Earth was home to just a single landmass, or "supercontinent," called Pangea. Over tens of millions of years, as the familiar story goes, these giant hunks of rock slowly split apart, breaking ... World Economic Forum, 1 month ago
Geophysicists just debunked a key assumption about how Earth's continents formed millions of years ago - Business Insider, 1 month ago
Scientists just debunked a key assumption about how Earth's continents formed - Tech Insider, 1 month ago
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Hang on to your land masses: we now know that the continents split apart in a big hurry. University of Sydney researchers studying seismic data from hundreds of millions of years ago found that tectonic plates experience fast and slow periods of ...Popular Science, 1 month ago
Every now and then in Earth's history, a pair of continents draws close enough to form one. There comes a time, however, when they must inevitably part ways. Now scientists at Australia's EarthByte research group, in collaboration with the German ...Space Daily, 1 month ago
4 Min ago 0 0 Sydney, July 19 (IANS) Using seismic data and sophisticated computer simulations, a team of international scientists has revealed the underlying mechanics when a pair of continents part ways -- a phenomenon that is still not ...India Online.in, 1 month ago
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