• What would happen if we started digging underground until we got all the way through the Earth?

    I'm in America and the Indian Ocean is on the other side, so would it flow through the hole and flood the continent?
    I'm in America and the Indian Ocean is on the other side, so would it flow through the hole and flood the continent?
    10 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Does the Earth consistently create new metals? Read details.?

    Best answer: In general the core doesn't produce new metals such as iron. Material in the mantle is pushed up to the surface and tectonic movements, by means of subduction push the surface down into the mantel and the process is repeated. In other words the earth was into recycling long before it became fashionable to... show more
    Best answer: In general the core doesn't produce new metals such as iron. Material in the mantle is pushed up to the surface and tectonic movements, by means of subduction push the surface down into the mantel and the process is repeated. In other words the earth was into recycling long before it became fashionable to have blue and green bins.
    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why does the horizon look slightly curved?

    Is it the curve of the earth? It seems to be too tightly curved to be the curve of the earth. Is it light bending or what?
    Is it the curve of the earth? It seems to be too tightly curved to be the curve of the earth. Is it light bending or what?
    8 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Are mammoths real?

    Best answer: Yeah, I was once married to one.
    Best answer: Yeah, I was once married to one.
    11 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Can you predict there will be a major earthquake hit california?

    Best answer: we noticed patterns in seismological activity did a certain thing whenever an earthqiake was near...stuff like that
    Best answer: we noticed patterns in seismological activity did a certain thing whenever an earthqiake was near...stuff like that
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is it legal to mine down to the earth's core?

    Asking for a friend.
    Asking for a friend.
    17 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How much longer before the earth will die?

    Best answer: when creator will decide , no one actually knows.
    Best answer: when creator will decide , no one actually knows.
    9 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Is there going to be a major earthquake in 2017?

    I have heard there will be a big earthquake and tsunami in south east asia in Thailand and Indonesia. is this true? prediction? dream? scientific?
    I have heard there will be a big earthquake and tsunami in south east asia in Thailand and Indonesia. is this true? prediction? dream? scientific?
    7 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Are sinkholes safe to explore?

    Are sinkholes safe to explore? If possible please list a credible source, thanks!
    Are sinkholes safe to explore? If possible please list a credible source, thanks!
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • If all the oceans, rivers and lakes all turned into Jelly Beans for a day?

    Best answer: reagan would come back from the grave in delight
    Best answer: reagan would come back from the grave in delight
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Would Yellowstone be a danger to me?

    So say I lived in South Carolina, if the Yellowstone volcano were to erupt right now, would it affect me? If so, how would I be affected?
    So say I lived in South Carolina, if the Yellowstone volcano were to erupt right now, would it affect me? If so, how would I be affected?
    13 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Alaska or Scotland, what is colder?

    Best answer: Alaska.
    Scotland has the dual benefit of a maritime climate and is in the path of the gulf stream.
    Both of these keep it much warmer that it's latitude would suggest it should be. However the downside is that it gets a lot of rain because of this.
    Best answer: Alaska.
    Scotland has the dual benefit of a maritime climate and is in the path of the gulf stream.
    Both of these keep it much warmer that it's latitude would suggest it should be. However the downside is that it gets a lot of rain because of this.
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Are there any underwater natural disasters?

    Best answer: Mud flows (landslides underwater) happen a lot. There are also anoxic events (oxygen contents go to almost zero), and there are erupting volcanoes underwater in many places. We don't call them disasters for ourselves because we don't live there, unless the disaster causes a die-off of a fish resource. I... show more
    Best answer: Mud flows (landslides underwater) happen a lot. There are also anoxic events (oxygen contents go to almost zero), and there are erupting volcanoes underwater in many places. We don't call them disasters for ourselves because we don't live there, unless the disaster causes a die-off of a fish resource. I suppose we might call it a disaster when thousands to millions of dead sea animals wash up on shore, too. But these events are pretty disastrous for whatever is trying to live in those places whether or not they affect humans.
    6 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Is Antarctica technically a desert?

    I am no expert but I always assumed a desert generally regarded large areas of sand, can someone help me understand the definition since it clearly doesn't always need sand.
    I am no expert but I always assumed a desert generally regarded large areas of sand, can someone help me understand the definition since it clearly doesn't always need sand.
    12 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Should we use ocean water to flush toilets, to save fresh water?

    Best answer: Saltwater used for toilet-flushing and fireplace suppression functions is solely filtered because it isn't supposed to be potable.Unique problems for waste material treatment embrace the high salt content of the waste material ensuing from the City’s use of salt water for lavatory flushing throughout the... show more
    Best answer: Saltwater used for toilet-flushing and fireplace suppression functions is solely filtered because it isn't supposed to be potable.Unique problems for waste material treatment embrace the high salt content of the waste material ensuing from the City’s use of salt water for lavatory flushing throughout the system; and extremely giant variations between average and peak flow loading ensuing from the variable traveler population
    It was discovered that the utilization of brine for waste material functions results in corrosion of the laterals. A majority of the laterals were broken or cracked, inflicting waste material from the homes in Avalon to enter the groundwater system ..
    10 answers · 4 weeks ago