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'New hidden world' discovered in Earth's inner core

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LiveScience
 2021-10-27
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Earth's "solid" inner core might actually be a bit mushy, researchers now find. For over half a century, the scientific community thought that Earth's inner core was a solid ball of compressed iron alloy surrounded by a liquid outer core. But new research, published Sept. 20 in the journal Physics of...

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Rev. Jonathan Wint
10-28

actually there's been a lot of evidence that the app might have entire hidden oceans and cave systems thousands of miles long and wide. we really have no idea what's down there.

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Storm Bolt
10-27

Well this is just absolute nonsense. Everyone knows that when you "Journey to Center of the Earth" you find dinosaurs!!!

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Anon viewer
10-28

earth is more like a honeycomb with big and small cavernous crevices and the earth's oceans circulate in and out in a continuous cycle. Most of the past cultures worldwide speak of entrances into its interiors with today's modern military complex keeping this information hidden while exploring it for themselves.

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