Traces of an ancient continent found in the North Island of Canada

Reports have found traces of an ancient lost continent on Baffin Island in the Arctic Islands in northeastern Canada. It was a team of geology researchers at the University of British Columbia who discovered traces of ancient lost continents. The research team originally visited Beffin Island and conducted an excavation of natural diamonds rather than ancient continents.

It is kimberlite, which is known to contain this diamond ore, which the research team has investigated. Kimberlite, originating from the inner mantle of the Earth, is produced by violent explosions that erupt to near the surface in a short time. In the process, a piece of rock called xenolith is brought to the surface.

The team explains that the Kimberlite is like a rocket that brings passengers on the way to the surface. Passengers are responsible for providing detailed information about the situation well below the surface over time in the hard rock mass of the parent rock underlying the vein. The team believes that these kimberlites appear on the surface by geological forces and chemical reactions formed at a depth less than 150 km underground.

The research team analyzed 120 rock samples collected from Beffin Island and found that the Beffin Island mother rock had a unique property that was unexpectedly different. They found an ore with similar characteristics, and it was found that the composition was similar to that of the North Atlantic Craton, which ranged from Scotland to North America.

Creyton is a crust lump that has stabilized since the crust is over and is not affected by preterm labor. Some may exist on an existing plate, such as the North American plate, but some are torn and dispersed throughout the long history of the plate’s activity.

General crayton consists of 65% olivine and 25% olivine, but the composition of the North Atlantic is said to be 85% olivine and 10% olivine. The composition of Kimberlite on Beffin Island was similar to that of the North Atlantic. The research team reveals that the mineral composition of the North Atlantic Creton is very unique. Also, the North Atlantic Creyton sculpture has been found in Scotland, Greenland, and eastern Canada, but this is the first time it has been found on the island of Beffin. From a geological point of view, the research team estimated that the discovery of the North Atlantic Creyton traces underneath modern Beffin Island was the result of a large-scale fission in the Pacific Creyton 150 million years ago.

The research team explained that this discovery is like finding the missing pieces in a puzzle that discovers some of the lost continents. The scientific puzzle of the ancient Earth would not be completed without finding all the pieces. This discovery expresses the view that it will be one of the puzzle pieces that will reveal the appearance of an ancient lost continent. Related information can be found here .



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