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Earth's Core Is Hotter Than Originally Thought

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French scientists proved through experiments that the Earth's core is 6,000 degrees Celsius and not the original estimate of 5,000 degrees.
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ClipReply (4 years ago)
Just a little strange the piece cooled off after a while...and no magnetic field is possible if we have an iron core with that ammount of heat...
Keith Dart (4 years ago)
Actually, the planet Venus would make a better hell. Check it out (not that I believe in hell, but conceptually it's closer).
UbetYou2 (4 years ago)
That Hell ..... Under your feet has a purpose , your Existence ! and other living souls in this Planet too.
Melissa McGuire (4 years ago)
the earths core is HELL!!! the heart of the earth is hell. look at Matthew 12:39-40 in the bible.
tekubus (5 years ago)
Now go on the futon and suck your own cock.
Viracocha711 (5 years ago)
Which "God"?
Xenthoid (5 years ago)
The issue would be getting the energy cost effectively. Have you seen how expensive geothermal is for a home?
marcqwan (5 years ago)
We can heat homes and use the thermo energy of the core of the Earth , and save the planet and human kind of burning fossil fuels and destroying the fauna and flora , is the cheapest energy and plenty of it :)
KhmerD0g (5 years ago)
Krypton is not Earth.
Roger Kreil (5 years ago)
It is amazing that the earth is 4.6 billion years old and yet the earth's crust is only ten kilometers thick. You would think that it would be a lot thicker by now.
RhakaiWest (5 years ago)
I think Newsy set this one up just for me. Seriously guys...not fair. I have to say it. Here goes.... It's not as hot as Candice! Especially not as hot as Candice talking sweet sciences in my ear. They forbid our love, but we will overcome. Me and you, Candice. 4ever. :)
morph s (5 years ago)
Carn't we heat home's. from it.
Muscrat (5 years ago)
Well shit!
NKTV (5 years ago)
like what happened to Krypton.

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