"The team's calculations suggest that the rocks that formed Earth harbored at least three times as much water as the planet's present-day oceans hold. "" Researchers analyzed 13 different enstatite chondrite (EC) meteorites, a class known to be similar to the space rocks that coalesced to form Earth more than 4.5 billion years ago. "
Are they suggesting Earth was mostly derived from enstatite chondrites?
If not, are they analysing other meteorites thought to be involved?
If Earth was hot then, why did this early water not evaporate/
Am I missing something?