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How plankton helped create the Earth’s mountains 2 billion years ago

By John Parnell, Professor of Geology and Petroleum Geology, University of Aberdeen
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Mountains can’t be created without lubricant, and 2 billion years ago that lubricant was graphite produced by the carbon broken down from layers of dead plankton on the ocean floor.The Conversation

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