Researchers: Young Earth kept warm because of molecule collisions

01/4/2013 | Space.com

Molecule collisions in the atmosphere may have helped the early Earth keep its temperatures up enough for life to emerge, according to scientists. The theory is attributed to what alien life may also live on in distant planets, according to scientists.

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