INSIDE OF THE EARTH

If you want to go to the core(centre) of the Earth, what would you find?

You would start from the the surface of the Earth, which is a hard crust of rock. The rocks of the are not continuous everywhere, but there are many cracks in it.

These rocks split up into large plates, called tectonic plates. Tectonic plates are continuously moving very slowly.

As you go deeper to earth, you would find many changes in the temperature compare to outer atmosphere.

It would get hotter and hotter, as you go down and deep in the earth or in next layer. This is called the mantle.

The mantle is so hot, here is nothing in solid form, even rocks are in molten or liquid in mental.
The molten rock, known as magma.
Megma is also constantly moving.

The core of the Earth is nearly 6400km down the surface.

The Earth has an outer core, and an inner core.
This is made up by mostly of molten iron and some other elements, and the temperature in the core of the Earth is nearly 5500° C.

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  1. Some have said that is where hell is. For instance, in Luke 16:24, the rich man who died and went to Hades (a preliminary hell) “cried out and said, ‘Father Abraham, have mercy on me, and send Lazarus so that he may dip the tip of his finger in water and cool off my tongue, for I am in agony in this flame.” What do you believe?

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  2. Growing up in Southern California, I was acquainted with the movement in those plates. I was accustomed to riding the shifting of the plates since my earliest steps. When I got to college I took Astronomy and enjoyed it. As the professor said, to study the planets, we begin with the one we are on. He showed some wonderful videos and introduced me to Chaco Canyon, Pueblo Bonito, and the Anasazi Sun Daggers. It was so exciting as I really began to ponder the secrets that lie beneath. The stories that the earth whispers when she speaks, or sometimes, the tears she sheds. Thank you for this lovely reminder. xx

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