Early Earth: Faint young Sun redux

@article{Kasting2010EarlyEF,
  title={Early Earth: Faint young Sun redux},
  author={J. Kasting},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2010},
  volume={464},
  pages={687-689}
}
Given that the Sun was dimmer in its youth, our planet should have been frozen over for much of its early history. That it evidently wasn't is a puzzle that continues to engage the attention of Earth scientists. 
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