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Rare blue diamonds may be Earth's deepest secret
by Will Dunham
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1 August 2018
On 1 August 2018 Reuters reported:
Blue diamonds comprise only about 0.02 percent of mined diamonds but include some of the world's most famous jewels. ... research published on Wednesday (1 August) in the journal Nature [examines] these exceptionally scarce and valuable gems. Scientists analyzed 46 blue diamonds ... and determined that they can form at depths of at least 410 miles (660 km), reaching into a part of the Earth's interior called the lower mantle. Tiny mineral fragments trapped inside them provided clues about the birthplace of the diamonds.
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