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These nuclei of continents are known to occur on almost all the main land masses of the present day. These nuclei of continents have, as their foundations, the earliest effusive formations (see Fig. 2). A turning point occurred in the history of the surface of the Earth when more stable and undisturbed areas first came into being in its geosynclinal surface. These gradually extended to form platforms. e. about 1-5-2 x io 9 years ago. The crust of the Earth entered into a new stage of development with the contraction of the geosynclinals and the growth of the platforms with their sedimentary coverings.
Held in Paris, 1957), Pergamon Press, 1958. 24. A. P. VINOGRADOV, T h e isotopic composition of rocks of the Earth and of meteorites, Radioisotopes in Scientific Research (Proc. Int. Conf. held in Paris, 1957), Pergamon Press, 1958. The Problem of Stages in Biopoesis J. D . BERNAL Birkbeck College, University of London, England As THE very calling of this Symposium indicates, the question of the origin of life can only be investigated by a combined effort in which experts in many fields co-operate.