Earth’s inner core: What happens if the Earth’s Core rotation stops for a while or starts rotating in the opposite direction? Will there be a strong earthquake in the world? Will the force of gravity end? What effect will it have on the magnetic field? Scientists are looking for answers to all these.
Earth’s Core :
Will the world turn upside down this time? What will be the impact on the living world, said the scientists
Latest Science News: There are many mysteries hidden in the world, the answers of which are still being sought by scientists. Experts say that the inner part of the earth is made of hot and hard iron. This creates a magnetic field and gravitational force on Earth. This is caused by the rotation at the center of the earth. But what happens if the Earth’s rotation stops for a while or starts rotating in the opposite direction? Will there be a strong earthquake in the world? Will the force of gravity end? What effect will it have on the magnetic field? Scientists are looking for answers to all these. According to a report in Nature Geoscience, the direction of rotation at the Earth’s center changes every 70 years. But now it is believed that this change will happen in 17 years and the center of the earth will start rotating in the opposite direction.
A team of scientists has claimed that the Earth can change its direction of rotation. In 2009, Earth’s inner core stopped rotating. Then it surprisingly turns in the opposite direction. After 14 years, that possibility has arisen again. What is happening at the core of the earth, that is underground, can only be felt when the earth shakes due to earthquakes or volcanic eruptions.
A report on this has also been published in Nature Geoscience. It explains that the rotation of the Earth’s center stabilizes its surface. Experts say, after about 70 years, there will be a change in the rotation of the earth. However, scientists think that stopping the rotation for a few seconds or changing the direction will not have any special effect on the Earth. The earth rotates continuously from west to east. 1670 km per hour. That is why day is night. This is why sunrise and sunset also occur.
When was the center of the earth discovered? In 1936 Dutch scientist Inge Lehmann discovered that the Earth’s liquid core is wrapped around a metallic ball. The center of the earth is quite solid. But any earthquakes and nuclear tests greatly affect the Earth’s core.