Wednesday, January 28, 2009

ASE called, you fail.

Jim Ryan:

"Consider the core, the mantle and the crust. How many underground rivers can science plot, as to their exact route? I sure hope scientists consider radiant heating and cooling? As the heat from the core rises, surely the underground rivers and such pull heat away from the surrounding rocks, as a radiator cools an auto. If not, it's possible that the heat would keep building until the earth litterally cooked. However, it's likely the oceans and such draw away heat as well. If rocks don't have ways of cooling, they retain that heat. The core must shed the heat."

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