The hyped title get's the readers.<quoted text>
It's a theory. Like the older theory.
"A new theory on the formation of the oldest continents"
From your link..."The oceanic crust could (COULD) have simply 'oozed' continents at the same time that other geological processes were occurring, like volcanism, orogeny, and the influx of water."
By the way, it is quite evident that the mantle and crust of the earth in it's infancy were older than the first sea and or ocean floors since gasses making clouds that produced rain fall came afterwards. Just saying.
What does it actually say:
According to measurements...the theory still holds but the dept of the matter occurring is adjusted.
(It does change our view of the earth however.)
A measurement/method used that was formerly not possible.
Oozing definitely happened.
And then reread what is actually under discussion.