Life thrived on young Earth: scientists discover 3.7-billion-year-o...

Posted: 31 Aug 2016 02:24 PM PDT

A team of Australian researchers has uncovered the world's oldest fossils in a remote area of Greenland, capturing the earliest history of the planet and demonstrating that life on Earth emerged rapidly in the planet's early years. The team discovered 3.7-billion-year-old stromatolite fossils in the world's oldest sedimentary rocks, in the Isua Greenstone Belt along the edge of Greenland's icecap. 

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If its confirmed, that would push known life about 300 million years earlier.

This just in:

Creationists on a remote planet just received television broadcasts from earth, and, watched "The Flintstones"...confirming that humans and dinosaurs lived at the same time.

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