EU geology: How many times ‘what’ happened?

zircons crystals diamonds formation origin creationOne of the interesting challenges for Electric Universe theory geology is going to be trying to work out how many times 'what' happened for a specific geological formation.

If the discovery below is not evidence of Electric Universe geology then the findings of this particular type of graphite (carbon element) in the zircon crystals seems to imply that life on Earth began nearly instantly when the planet was formed in a Gravity Universe!

studied more than 10,000 zircons originally formed from molten rocks, or magmas, from Western Australia. Zircons are heavy, durable minerals related to the synthetic cubic zirconium used for imitation diamonds. They capture and preserve their immediate environment, meaning they can serve as time capsules.

... Bell and Boehnke, who have pioneered chemical and mineralogical tests to determine the condition of ancient zircons, were searching for carbon, the key component for life. One of the 79 zircons contained graphite — pure carbon — in two locations.
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“The first time that the graphite ever got exposed in the last 4.1 billion years is when Beth Ann and Patrick made the measurements this year,” Harrison said. How confident are they that their zircon represents 4.1 billion-year-old graphite? “Very confident,” Harrison said. “There is no better case of a primary inclusion in a mineral ever documented, and nobody has offered a plausible alternative explanation for graphite of non-biological origin into a zircon.”

The graphite is older than the zircon containing it, the researchers said. They know the zircon is 4.1 billion years old, based on its ratio of uranium to lead; they don’t know how much older the graphite is.
Life on Earth likely started 4.1 billion years ago — much earlier than scientists thought | Heritage Daily

Electric Geology: what came first?

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Formed at same time and event?
Was the graphite (one of the allotropes of the carbon element) formed inside the zircon at the same time when the zircon crystals were formed? Even including the transmutation or creation of chemical elements?

Do similar or the other Australian zircons investigated contain an inclusion of a different form of the carbon graphite, which geologists would suggest is a different age or created by a different natural process but which Electric Universe theory might see as formed at the same time?

Or will they find a different local event capturing the same graphite and creating the same zircon crystals?

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Septarian nodule

Were the zircons found in 'normal rock' or in a vein/seam?

Was the zircon diamond instantly formed at the same time when the host rock was formed?

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Australian Opal with similar lightning like Septarian nodule markings

Was the graphite, zircon and host rock all transmuted from the original material at the same time? And what had previously happened to the 'original material' etc ...

Different events transmutation?
Or were the zircons formed by a separate and later electromagnetic event?

Thunderbolts EU geology theory seems to mainly suggest an electric discharge of some type that either flows through the rock and/or its electromagnetic forces transmutes material.

Similar to diamonds in kimberlite pipes and rocks in breccia pipes, diamonds and other precious gemstones being found in situ in rocks. Also similar to precious metals and normal metals ore like tin being found in thin veins or seams.

Geology: Bavaria zircons formed by ...

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Their chemical and physical durability allow this mineral to survive even under the pressure and temperature conditions of the Earth's upper mantle. These characteristics challenged a group of scientists ... to take a closer look on zircons from basaltic fields in north-eastern Bavaria. Their results show that these zircons were formed in the Earth mantle and were stored in this environment many million of years before they were delivered to the surface by basalt lava flows with which they are associated.

... Uranium-thorium-helium-dating revealed that the zircons were transported to the surface environment by basalt eruptions 29 to 24 million years ago. Their trace element composition points to formation depths of 60-80 km under relatively low temperature conditions (850-950°C). The zircons reveal uranium-lead ages from 80 to 50 million years considerably older than their eruption age. There is no evidence that the zircons were stored in the crust prior to eruption. Obviously the zircon fragments resisted dissolution and diffusive element loss to various extents and survived partly unscathed in the upper mantle.

This is a remarkable finding given that the temperature increased within the shallow mantle below the Eger rift in the geological past as known from other studies. Zircons like these, apart from their aesthetic beauty, carry a wealth of information and offer an interesting glimpse in the mantle.
Zircons and their message from the Earth’s mantle | Science Daily

Or evidence of very early life on Earth?

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UCLA geochemists have found evidence that life likely existed on Earth at least 4.1 billion years ago — 300 million years earlier than previous research suggested. The discovery indicates that life may have begun shortly after the planet formed 4.54 billion years ago.

“Twenty years ago, this would have been heretical; finding evidence of life 3.8 billion years ago was shocking,” said Mark Harrison, co-author of the research and a professor of geochemistry at UCLA.

“Life on Earth may have started almost instantaneously,” added Harrison, a member of the National Academy of Sciences. “With the right ingredients, life seems to form very quickly.”
Life on Earth likely started 4.1 billion years ago — much earlier than scientists thought | Heritage Daily

The "clock" in a zircon occurs as lead isotopes accumulate during radioactive decay of uranium. With precise measurements of isotopes scientists can calculate, based on the half life of uranium, how long lead has been accumulating.

... Most zircons on Earth are found in granite, and they formed in the same process that formed the granite.
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