If the earth's differentiation were any different, it may have affected its gravitational pull and tectonic activityheat transfertemperature. Both of these factors were essential to creating our atmosphere.
If the earth's differentiation were any different, it may have affected its gravitational pull and tectonic activity.
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If the earth's differentiation were any different, it may have affected its gravitational pull and tectonic activity.

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