First cause gives us the origin of gender which is as elemental as the particles of which matter is composed, and as fundamental as their electric charges
The core is losing heat faster under Indonesia than it is under Brazil, and that's messing with the seismic waves passing through it.
Earth's magnetic field and dipole moment are used as evidence that hell isn't at the center of the Earth. They can also be used as evidence that hell IS at the center of the Earth. You choose what you believe.
The universe may be 13.8 billion years old while the Earth is 6,000 or so years old SIMULTANEOUSLY. If there's good science which shows that the material in the universe is really that old, our theory can accommodate it.
New research has uncovered a flaw in our understanding of the core — specifically, about the manner in which heat energy flows from the core and through the overlying mantle. The core is younger than the rest of the planet.
The deepest hole ever drilled is the Kola Super-deep Bore-hole at 12 km. That's less than 2% of the radius of the Earth. There are no direct observations of the Earth's interior, nothing empirical, it's entirely theoretical.
New research has uncovered a flaw in our understanding of the core — specifically, about the manner in which heat energy flows from the core and through the overlying mantle.
The inner core isn't the same age as the rest of the Earth, it's younger. That's because hell began when nuclear decay started at the fall of man in Genesis 3.
Scientists on an experiment at the Large Hadron Collider see massive W particles emerging from collisions with electromagnetic fields. How can this happen?
Hell is at the source of Earth's gravitational field, it's iron-rich so it produces its magnetic field, and its rotation causes its electric charge (dipole moment).