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Where the young hot Earth cached its gold

New view offers alternative history of how precious metals sank into the planet's core There's a new twist to the story of how Earth's most precious metals, including gold and platinum, got to where they are in the planet. Some 4.6 billion years ago, space rocks pummeling the infant Earth kept it hot and molten.