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The Earth is Just Like its Climate by City Tech blogger Armin Salazar

I read the article “In the Indian Ocean, Fragments of a Continent Where There Should Not Be”. It’s surprising but not unexpected that we are still learning about the Earth every day.


The island of Mauritius, where scientists recently found fragments of a broken-up supercontinent. BENEDICTE KURZEN FOR THE NEW YORK TIMES

As the article talks about, the recent discovery of a new continental fragment off the coast of Madagascar reminds us that the Earth is just like its climate. It is a process that has been happening over millions of years, and one that we are now just beginning to understand.

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