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 Earth's Inner Core Might Be on the Move

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PostSubject: Earth's Inner Core Might Be on the Move   Wed Aug 11, 2010 9:14 pm

Earth's solid inner core may be continually inching eastward relative to its liquid outer core, renewing itself by shedding its front while solidifying its back, a team of French scientists suggests.

"Within less than 100 million years, everything that has been crystallized on the west will have melted on the east," said lead researcher Thierry Alboussiere of Universite Joseph Fourier in Grenoble.

The idea counters traditional theory that the big ball at the center of the Earth stands still, growing uniformly in all directions as the planet cools. It could shed light on the nature of the core - such as its age, apparent seismic mismatches, and a mysterious coating of dense fluid on its surface.

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PostSubject: Re: Earth's Inner Core Might Be on the Move   Sat Aug 14, 2010 2:55 am

2012 Pole Shift Scneario--skeeeeered?
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PostSubject: Re: Earth's Inner Core Might Be on the Move   Sat Nov 10, 2012 11:01 pm

I just watched something about this on the history channel today. Scientists are saying that the magnetic north pole is actually moving towards russia at a whopping rate of 40 miles per year. They're suggesting that this weakens the earth's magnetic field leaving us vulnerable to the the sun's increasingly unstable solar flares and CMEs.
...just thought i'd share Smile
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