Because there is a inner core which is in the middle of the earth and is very hot and a bit like the sun.
btw this tells you nothing
In part due to radioactive decay of uranium, thorium, potassium-40, etc.; and the insulating effect of the outer layers.
.The water in the earth is hot because there's lava well magma in the earth so it would be hot of course.
so hot you can't look at it, but it is red magmyish liquid, lots of explosions and hot hot hot.
temperature is 8000К
magma inside the earth
it stays hot in winter because it goes deep inside the earth and possibly stays hot with convection currents
No, the inside of the moon is solid and cold.
Magma is molten rock inside the Earth.
Yes. Magma comes from the center of the Earth, and magma is very hot. That indicates that the inside of the Earth must be hot too.
in the middle of earth gets about 14265 degrees inside.
Rock, Hot Rock, Liquid and metal
3000 degrees celsius
It is difficult, because deep inside the earth is hot and we have no machine to bear such extreme heat.
the heat from inside the earth heats the water so when it comes up it is hot Iceland is basically on a humongous plume of molten rock. This really hot molten rock heats the water so that's why the water is hot! :)
Volcanos and hot geysers do show that heat is coming from inside the earth.
they are so hot because of the seeds on the inside its not the outside
geothermal energy is energy from inside the earth
No - too hot - we live on the surface (crust).
hot spot. & your welcome :)
Heat escapes from the inside of the Earth. This can be used for geothermal energy. If you drill deep down inside the Earth, deeper down it is hotter than at the surface.