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Origin of Life: Global Warming Unearths World's Oldest Fossil in Greenland - Sputnik International;

Origin of Life: Global Warming Unearths World's Oldest Fossil in Greenland - Sputnik International

Sputnik InternationalOrigin of Life: Global Warming Unearths World's Oldest Fossil in GreenlandSputnik InternationalThe origin of life has always stirred a keen interest from a wide range of sciences. Now that researchers discovered 3.7 billion old rocks with traces of unicellular life there is hope to shed some light on how life appeared on Earth. This undated ...and more »

Oldest Fossil in the World is 3.7 Billion Years Old - Nature World News;

Oldest Fossil in the World is 3.7 Billion Years Old - Nature World News

Nature World NewsOldest Fossil in the World is 3.7 Billion Years OldNature World NewsGreenland is not only known for Northern Lights. Recently, at Isua part of Greenland, researchers discovered the oldest fossil in the world. (Photo : Nick Russill/Creative Commons/Flickr). The oldest known fossil in the world has been found in ...and more »

Scientists Discover 3.7 Billion-Year-Old Fossil In Greenland, Could This Be The Oldest Fossil On Earth? - Science World Report;

Scientists Discover 3.7 Billion-Year-Old Fossil In Greenland, Could This Be The Oldest Fossil On Earth? - Science World Report

Science World ReportScientists Discover 3.7 Billion-Year-Old Fossil In Greenland, Could This Be The Oldest Fossil On Earth?Science World ReportAmmonites are an extinct group of marine mollusc animals in the subclass Ammonoidea of the class Cephalopoda. These molluscs are more closely related to living coleoids than they are to shelled nautiloids such as the living Nautilus species. (Image ...and more »

3.7-Billion-Year-Old Fossils Discovered In Greenland Could Be Oldest Signs Of Life On Earth - Tech Times;

3.7-Billion-Year-Old Fossils Discovered In Greenland Could Be Oldest Signs Of Life On Earth - Tech Times

Tech Times3.7-Billion-Year-Old Fossils Discovered In Greenland Could Be Oldest Signs Of Life On EarthTech TimesResearchers found what could be the world's oldest known fossils. The 3.7-billion-year-old stromatolites may support the theory that life on Earth started immediately after the formation of the planet. ( Yuri Alemin, Laure Gauthiez via University of ...and more »

Harvard PhD tosses questions at fossil claim - WND.com

Harvard PhD tosses questions at fossil claimWND.comBob Unruh joined WND in 2006 after nearly three decades with the Associated Press, as well as several Upper Midwest newspapers, where he covered everything from legislative battles and sports to tornadoes and homicidal survivalists. He is also a ...and more »

Greenland Fossils, Earth's Oldest, Pose an Evolutionary Dilemma - Discovery Institute

Greenland Fossils, Earth's Oldest, Pose an Evolutionary DilemmaDiscovery InstituteThe origin of cellular life, with all that implies by way of mind-bogglingly sophisticated biological information in action, now seems to have occurred as early in earth's history as it could have done — 3.7 billion years ago. Just right off the bat ...and more »

Scientists find oldest known fossil in Greenland - The American Bazaar;

Scientists find oldest known fossil in Greenland - The American Bazaar

The American BazaarScientists find oldest known fossil in GreenlandThe American BazaarIt is an amazing discovery in a scientific field that is always evolving and this would push the beginning of life more than 200 million back and support the view that life appeared very soon after the Earth formed. A team of Australian geologists ...and more »

3.7 billion-year-old fossils uncovered in Greenland are maybe the oldest signs of life - Mic;

3.7 billion-year-old fossils uncovered in Greenland are maybe the oldest signs of life - Mic

Mic3.7 billion-year-old fossils uncovered in Greenland are maybe the oldest signs of lifeMicFossils found on the coast of Greenland may be the oldest signs of life ever discovered, dating back 3.7 billion years, the Washington Post reported. The stromatolites, fossils formed from ancient biomaterials called microbial mats, were found in Isua ...and more »

Geologists discover world's oldest fossils in Greenland - Texas State University - The University Star;

Geologists discover world's oldest fossils in Greenland - Texas State University - The University Star

Texas State University - The University StarGeologists discover world's oldest fossils in GreenlandTexas State University - The University StarGeologists have discovered evidence of ancient life in rocks dating back 3.7 billion years in Greenland. If the find is confirmed, the fossils will be the oldest found on Earth and may alter scientists' understanding of the origins of life. The fossils ...and more »

3.7 billion-year-old microbial fossils unearthed in Greenland - UPI.com;

3.7 billion-year-old microbial fossils unearthed in Greenland - UPI.com

UPI.com3.7 billion-year-old microbial fossils unearthed in GreenlandUPI.com"This discovery turns the study of planetary habitability on its head," said researcher Vickie Bennett. By Brooks Hays | Sept. 1, 2016 at 4:12 PM. Comments 0 Comments. share with facebook. share with twitter. Scientists from Australia search for ...and more »

3.7 Billion Year Old Fossils Found in Greenland Bring Us Closer to Life's Origin - Futurism;

3.7 Billion Year Old Fossils Found in Greenland Bring Us Closer to Life's Origin - Futurism

Futurism3.7 Billion Year Old Fossils Found in Greenland Bring Us Closer to Life's OriginFuturismScientists have found the oldest, known fossils in Issua, Greenland, at 3.7 billion years old. Although still in the process of confirming, this discovery will raise the chances of life for desolate planets, like Mars, eons ago.and more »

Oldest fossil evidence of life on Earth found. Here's where - The Weather Network;

Oldest fossil evidence of life on Earth found. Here's where - The Weather Network

The Weather NetworkOldest fossil evidence of life on Earth found. Here's whereThe Weather NetworkRock with stromatolites, tiny layered structures from 3.7 billion years ago that are remnants from a community of microbes that used to live there. -- Allen Nutman, University of Wollongong. Don't miss. Massive Tyrannosaurus skull discovered ...and more »

Discovery of World's Oldest Fossils Raises Questions About Life on Other Planets - Travel+Leisure;

Discovery of World's Oldest Fossils Raises Questions About Life on Other Planets - Travel+Leisure

Travel+LeisureDiscovery of World's Oldest Fossils Raises Questions About Life on Other PlanetsTravel+LeisureA new discovery by researchers at Australia's University of Wollongong points to what could be the earliest existence of life on Earth. Researchers uncovered fossils that date as far back as 3.7 billion years—the world's oldest—in the rocks of the ...and more »

3.7 billion-year-old Greenland fossils are oldest yet, scientists say - PBS NewsHour;

3.7 billion-year-old Greenland fossils are oldest yet, scientists say - PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour3.7 billion-year-old Greenland fossils are oldest yet, scientists sayPBS NewsHourThese stromatolites, wavelike patterns created by bacteria embedded in sediment, are 3.7 billion years old and may represent the oldest life on the planet. Photo by Allen Nutman. Scientists have discovered 3.7 billion-year-old fossils entrapped by ...and more »

Oldest fossils on Earth discovered in 3.7 billion-year-old Greenland rock - CNN;

Oldest fossils on Earth discovered in 3.7 billion-year-old Greenland rock - CNN

CNNOldest fossils on Earth discovered in 3.7 billion-year-old Greenland rockCNN(CNN) Scientists have discovered in Greenland the oldest physical evidence of life on earth -- fossils that date back 3.7 billion years. If confirmed, the fossils are 220 million years older than any previously found, providing tangible evidence of ...and more »

Oldest fossils just found, from time Earth was like Mars - The Weather Network;

Oldest fossils just found, from time Earth was like Mars - The Weather Network

The Weather NetworkOldest fossils just found, from time Earth was like MarsThe Weather NetworkThursday, September 1, 2016, 2:00 - The earliest fossil evidence of life on Earth has been found in rocks 3.7 billion years old in Greenland, raising chances of life on Mars aeons ago when both planets were similarly desolate, scientists said on Wednesday.and more »

Paleontologists Find 3.7-Billion-Year-Old Microbial Fossils in Greenland - Sci-News.com;

Paleontologists Find 3.7-Billion-Year-Old Microbial Fossils in Greenland - Sci-News.com

Sci-News.comPaleontologists Find 3.7-Billion-Year-Old Microbial Fossils in GreenlandSci-News.comAn international team of scientists from Australia and the UK has uncovered the world's oldest fossils in a remote area of Greenland, revealing that microbial life thrived on our planet 3.7 billion years ago. 3.7-billion-year-old Isua stromatolites ...and more »

Discovery Of Earth's Oldest Fossils Has Implications For Mars - Newsy;

Discovery Of Earth's Oldest Fossils Has Implications For Mars - Newsy

NewsyDiscovery Of Earth's Oldest Fossils Has Implications For MarsNewsyIt's an ancient 3.7 billion years. That's how old recently discovered fossils in Greenland are believed to be, making them the oldest ever found. Life that far back consisted of single-cell bacteria. The fossils aren't the remains of these kinds of ...and more »

Fossil find points to life on Earth 3.7 bn years ago - The Hindu;

Fossil find points to life on Earth 3.7 bn years ago - The Hindu

The HinduFossil find points to life on Earth 3.7 bn years agoThe HinduColour patterns, known as countershading, in Psittacosaurus — a kind of dinosaur — protected it from predators, finds a new study. IANS. Science. Fossil find points to life on Earth 3.7 bn years ago. Sydney: September 01, 2016 23:01 IST. Updated: ...and more »

The Oldest Fossils Ever Discovered - Yahoo News;

The Oldest Fossils Ever Discovered - Yahoo News

Yahoo NewsThe Oldest Fossils Ever DiscoveredYahoo NewsScientists have just unearthed what they claim to be the oldest fossils ever found on our planet. They're so ancient they predate the next oldest finds by roughly a quarter-billion years. These newly uncovered fossils are 3.7-billion-year -old traces ...and more »