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Science 3.5 billion years ago, the Earth's climate maybe wasn't so different from today

A new study that looks at glacial deposits and hydrothermal fields at the bottom of the ocean disputes the conventional belief that Earth, in its earliest years, had scorching temperatures. 

NASA

Scientists have long believed that Earth in its early years had an atmosphere and oceans that rose to temperatures as high as 185 degrees Fahrenheit.

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