Earth Was Suitable for Biodiversity 2.7 Billion Years Ago 1
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It is quite difficult to understand what conditions the Earth had billions of years ago. Many findings have been obtained and many theories have been produced on this subject, which is very important for understanding when life first developed on our planet. Recently, another new find has been found to determine this date.

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Scientists have studied diamonds that were formed billions of years ago. Diamonds from 2.7 billion years ago, during this period revealed the existence of volatile gases. This was an important factor in the formation of life on Earth.

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Diamonds reveal atmosphere structure 2.7 billion years ago

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Earth Was Suitable for Biodiversity 2.7 Billion Years Ago 2

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Studies to date have approximated the appearance of life on Earth for the first time. dates back to 4 billion years ago. However, information on how microbial organisms that emerged in this period diversified and evolved is highly controversial. This is where this finding comes into play.

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Scientists have studied Volatile gases found in a 2.7 billion-year-old diamond. Researchers examining the amount of these gases in diamond, revealed how much volatile gas was in the atmosphere at that time. According to the results, the amount of volatile gas in the atmosphere at that time was quite similar to today. This shows that the earth was suitable for the formation of biological diversity 2.7 billion years ago.

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The name of the research Dr. Michael Broadley expresses the information provided by the finding in the following words: “The proportion and composition of volatile substances in the atmosphere reflect what is found in the mantle. We have no evidence of any significant changes in the atmosphere since these diamonds formed 2.7 billion years ago”

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