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iphone Dev Team Updates Software Jailbreak for iphone OS 3.0
musclenerd said in the video the new jailbreak applies to any iphone 3G running 3.0. Ultrasn0w is an updated version of yellosn0w, the Dev Team's original ...
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Continents Rose Above Oceans 3 Billion Years Ago
The continents are composed of a thick, buoyant crust that's about 21 miles (35 km) deep, on average, whereas the comparatively thin, dense crust of the ocean floor is only an average of about 4 miles (7 km) thick. Because the ... Prior research ...
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Greenhouse Gas Thaws, Bubbles Up From Seafloor
You hear a lot about carbon dioxide's role in climate change. But methane, which is emitted by both natural sources and human-caused ones such as natural gas production for energy, is actually 25 times more potent as a greenhouse emission than C02, ...
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North American Continent Isn't as Solid as You Might Think
That shift in the root also runs counter to the previous assumption by scientists that the continents' rocky cores, called cratons, have been pretty much stable for the past 2.5 to 3.8 billion years, even as the continents themselves break up, drift ...
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Hot Superblobs at Earth's Core Feed Rivers of Molten Rock
For decades, scientists have debated the existence of mantle plumes, or hot columns of magma that rise in the Earth's mantle, the layer between the crust and the molten iron and nickel outer core. Earth's crust floats on a layer of molten rock known as ...
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The Continents Rose Above Earth's Oceans Way Earlier Than We Thought
The Earth's thick continental crust -- the rocky stuff that makes up the land masses on which we live -- may have risen from the oceans much earlier in our planet's history than scientists thought. Previous studies suggested that the crust surfaced ...
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