Although these are all still theories, some scientists believe that when the Earth was young, it was a swirling ball of molten rock. Overtime, as the Earth cooled, the lighter, granite rocks rose over the heavier basalt rocks. These eventually rose high enough to penetrate the water’s surface once the Earth cooled enough for liquid water to form and fill in the depressions.
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