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Can global warming be cause from the earths core?


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2012-03-29 20:51:23
2012-03-29 20:51:23

No the earths core is not a cause of globel worming


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i believe mantle rocks from earth to core .

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Is just above the inner core..

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the inner part of earths core

The layer around the inner core

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