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(EurekAlert)   I'm not a scientist, but I saw that movie "The Core" once in college while donating plasma and this sounds bad   (eurekalert.org) divider line
    More: Repeat, Mantle, Heat, Heat transfer, Convection, evolution of our Earth, mantle convection, ETH Professor Motohiko Murakami, extreme temperatures  
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2022-01-20 6:31:12 PM  
"The Core Corps"

FTFY. Sorry, pet peeve.
 
2022-01-20 6:58:23 PM  
The Core cooling is just God doing His bit to counteract global warming.

Study it out.
 
Xai
2022-01-20 7:13:55 PM  
This makes it more likely that Earth's core contains heavy elements like uranium which are heating the earth
 
2022-01-20 7:33:37 PM  
This is bad news...

...for Obama.
 
2022-01-20 7:37:10 PM  
Cool. Add another thing for me to worry about when things get quiet
 
2022-01-20 8:02:03 PM  
Someday, years from now, people will look back and say, "Roland Emmerich tried to warn us." By then, he will have returned to whatever super science planet he came from telling them that earthlings thought his messages were some sort of entertainment.
 
2022-01-20 8:13:00 PM  

Iwouldhitit: "The Core Corps"

FTFY. Sorry, pet peeve.


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2022-01-20 8:30:59 PM  
I'm probably the only person that unironically loves that movie.
 
2022-01-20 9:01:52 PM  

Dr. DJ Duckhunt: I'm probably the only person that unironically loves that movie.


My friend Rusty liked it too
 
2022-01-20 9:07:00 PM  
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