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  1. #1 Initial temperature of the earth's surface 
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    Hello. Just a quick question for a school assignment:

    What was the initial temperature of the earth's surface?

    Any rough estimation in °C will do. Thanks.


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    You could get off your lazy ass and google. I doubt anybody here will do your homework for you.

    Or better yet: Try paying attention in class.


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    I did google it and I looked on wikepedia with no luck. So perhaps instead of patronising me, you could provide me with a simple answer you pathetic clown.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AquiloN
    I did google it and I looked on wikepedia with no luck. So perhaps instead of patronising me, you could provide me with a simple answer you pathetic clown.
    Oh I could, in fact, funny enough I have a link right now. But since you insulted me...I think I wont tell you. ^-^
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    Hey it's ok. I was 12 years old once too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AquiloN
    Hey it's ok. I was 12 years old once too.
    Nah that's alright, we all know how hard it is being mentally disabled. Good luck with your therapy.
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    when you say earths service, this means at least a crust has formed. the gaseous state gone. the temps in these periods are only guessed from any one time. google "formation of the earth" and you can pick your best answer from about 20 good articles. it will lie some where between 18,000 and 5,000 C depending on you point of interest.
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    Thanks for your helpful answer Jackson.
    As for the other idiot, he ought to be banned for spamming and making fun of the mentally ill.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackson33
    when you say earths service, this means at least a crust has formed. the gaseous state gone. the temps in these periods are only guessed from any one time. google "formation of the earth" and you can pick your best answer from about 20 good articles. it will lie some where between 18,000 and 5,000 C depending on you point of interest.
    Jackson, since this appears to be a thread in which it is acceptable for moderators to be rude to general members, may I ask why you so persistently post inaccurate information?
    18,000 degrees centigrade! Get a ****ing grip why don't you. Please tell me, wise and wonderful one, what ****ing material will form a solid crust at 18000 degrees, or at 5,000 degrees, for that matter.
    Less informed individuals are reading this crap you post and may believe it. Please try to be more accurate in future.
    Thank you.
    O.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ophiolite
    Quote Originally Posted by jackson33
    when you say earths service, this means at least a crust has formed. the gaseous state gone. the temps in these periods are only guessed from any one time. google "formation of the earth" and you can pick your best answer from about 20 good articles. it will lie some where between 18,000 and 5,000 C depending on you point of interest.
    Jackson, since this appears to be a thread in which it is acceptable for moderators to be rude to general members, may I ask why you so persistently post inaccurate information?
    18,000 degrees centigrade! Get a ****ing grip why don't you. Please tell me, wise and wonderful one, what ****ing material will form a solid crust at 18000 degrees, or at 5,000 degrees, for that matter.
    Less informed individuals are reading this crap you post and may believe it. Please try to be more accurate in future.
    Thank you.
    O.
    you are correct. should have been 1800 and 500, as the crust was forming. should have doubled check. the dates 2.7 by ago forward. during the formation of the planet, was not the question.

    you are the almighty, we all know this and you have the power to shut me down...
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    Quote Originally Posted by jackson33
    you are the almighty, we all know this and you have the power to shut me down...
    Correct on the first part, wrong on the second. I have relinquished my moderator powers for the moment for personal reasons.
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