An unexplained phenomenon pushes the Earth’s core out of equilibrium

An unexplained phenomenon pushes the Earth's core out of equilibrium

The The inner core of the earth In a process that began the cooling of liquid iron, it was growing on one side 500 million years ago. The cause of this uneven growth is unknown, according to a study by seismologists University of California It was published Nature Geoscience.

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