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Explain why Earth and other planets were not solid when they formed during the beginning of the Precambrian, approximately 4,600 million years ago (MYA)What was this particular time period called? Why is this time period not really considered a part of Earth’s geologic history?

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  1. The earth is NOT solid, even now. We live on a thin crust under which is a molten mass of liquid rock several thousand miles thick. I do not think there are ANY truly solid planets in our solar system. We're not 100% sure of course, since we have not actually been to any of them

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  2. What about the other parts of the question?

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  3. Perhaps you mean Hadean, when the planets of the solar system were just forming out of dust and particles. There were no solid rocks or anything yet, so you could hardly call it geologic.
    The thing about gravity is that if two specks of dust are drifting around the sun alongside each other, they are pulled together by their own gravitational fields. The more particles get pulled together, the bigger the particles and the bigger the forces. Eventually the particles look more like a cloud than individual particles, then a few million years later you have something that is liquid, or perhaps solid.

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  4. You are getting these off of other sites that other people have stated. Therefore that is plagiarism.

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  5. am not if you don't like my answer then so be it I'm just trying to help so don't accuse me of plagiarism.

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  6. Melissa, I'm on this same problem trying to find an answer and I say the same thing you have on another question on this same website by a different person. So therefore it is plagiarism and you took that from someone else.

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  7. Don't accuse Melissa of anything, the fact that you guys are on here cheating is no better then her. Even I have see nwhat she has said on different Questions being asked, so what people do that. My god!

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    posted by Lemon
  8. If you guys are still looking for answers if you go to part on of the question there is a link that you use to find the answer.I hope this helped :)

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    posted by Sarah
  9. Guh don't you think we know the answers on the slides ? We tryna avoid having to go through and find the answers so fall back n cheat like the rest of us @sarah

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  10. Is melissa correct... I don't mean to try to beg for the answer, i'm just kinda confused as well...

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  11. And can you people stop coming here and talking !@#$%^& ! It gets really fuken anouying !@#$%^&as ! i mean if its bad for you why you here. AND IF YOU DON'T CHEAT HOW DO YOU KNOW ABOUT THIS WEBSITE...AND CHOOSE TO COME HERE TF !!?? LMAO YO!!!

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