Our planet originated approximately 4,600 billion was initially lifeless, and the atmosphere consisted of hydrogen and helium. But Earth has long remained desolate and waterless under high temperatures, the ice melted, evaporated, and water vapor fell as rain. Water mass was retained on the surface of the planet in the form of a continuous water basins.
The accumulation of water on Earth has resulted in its development came a new period - ocean. Hurricanes and storm that struck the Earth, was dissolved salts present on the surface of the planet, and washed them from rocks. Dissolved salt fell into the ocean and accumulated, resulting in sea water already in the early period became salty.
I'm surprised commentators Water has always been on Earth. As well as metals and minerals.
The author does not answer the question. "The ice began to melt" - he writes. But the ice is the same water in a different physical state. So where did it come from on the planet and why not ischezla?
The ice where he was on earth? And I had even heard that the water we came from space, in the form of huge blocks of ice, and they fell to the ground, making a huge depression, and when melted and turned out to sea.
Where did the hydrogen come from? Where did the ice come from? The origin of high temperature, if the land was under the ice?
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And the ice then where did that come from?
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