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From The Royal Institution.
Our continents are a lot older than our oceans. Why is that and what can we learn about the formation of the Himalayas?
Watch the full fourth lecture of the series: https://www.rigb.org/christmas-lectures/watch/1995/planet-earth-an-explorers-guide/the-puzzle-of-the-continents?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=social&utm_term=description
James Jackson gave the 1995 Christmas Lectures "Planet Earth: An Explorer’s Guide" about the inner workings of planet Earth.
The fourth lecture " The Puzzle of the Continents", where this clip is from, explains how our continents were formed and looks at what the future might look like.
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