The scientist from Canada found the oldest water in the world. They have made the truly remarkable discovery of a spot, which is dating back an astonishing two billion years, in Kidd Mine in Ontario, Canada. This is locked inside the Earth’s crust.
In 2013, ancient water was discovered in this copper, zinc and silver mines, which are 2.4 kilometers.
This discovery opens the door for the extraterrestrial life riding residing within underground pockets of water on Mars.
This work presented at the American Geophysical Union fall meeting in San Francisco. Professor Barbara Sherwood Lollar, from the University of Toronto, led the team that discovered the original underground lake.
Sharing his experience Professor Barbara Sherwood Lollar described how their initial find in the mine excite him to go for new discovery of the world’s oldest water. It is Due to the extreme depth of Kidd Mine, scientists had the luxury of exploring further.