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Pavani

12/06/2011 9:59 PM

why the inner core doesn't sinks in outer core even thoug it is solid also?

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Re: pavani

12/06/2011 10:21 PM

? ?

We don't know what you are talking about, please supply more information.

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12/06/2011 10:52 PM

Solids don't all have the same density. The less dense ones tend to move upward.

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Re: pavani

12/07/2011 12:34 AM

That is true of human beings, too.

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Re: pavani

12/06/2011 11:34 PM

How could the inner core possibly "sinks in outer core" when it is already the inner core?

Pavarati to you, buckaroo.............................

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12/07/2011 4:11 AM

I think we are just seeing one of the joys and mystery's that go with smoking pot and reading wikipedia at 2 A.M.

No frigging clue about where gravity comes from while looking at two dimensional cross section pictures of the planet.

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Re: pavani

12/07/2011 4:45 AM

it is due to centrifical force.

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12/07/2011 9:40 AM

Isn't a "Pavani" some sort of Italian grilled sandwich? LOL

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12/14/2011 7:46 AM

Er, so it's not a Pavlova, then?

Nor the bread from a Czech bakery?

Never mind...

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