A new world beneath the Earth discovered recently by Scientists. They discovered a whole new hidden world under the Earth’s surface. According to a new study, there is an undiscovered underworld, called ‘Pataal’ in Telugu and Hindi, in the Earth’s core.

It has been believed for more than half a century that the Earth’s inner core is solid. However recent study has discovered that the Earth’s inner core is mushy. Earth’s inner core was supposed to be a solid ball of compacted iron ore wrapped by a liquid outer core.

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But according to a recent study published in the journal Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors on September 20, the firmness of the Earth’s core varies from hard to semisoft to molten material.

The University of Bristol’s Jessica Irving, a seismologist, explained that the more we investigate the Earth’s inner core, the more are fresh discoveries found.

Jessica stated that until Jules Verne published the novel ‘Journey to the Center of the Earth’ in 1864, the centre of the Earth was a great mystery.

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According to Verne, the earth’s core was hollow. This insight, however, was overlooked by scientists in 1950. According to scientists, the earth’s core is extremely hot and pressured. This is just too much for a person or a human-made device to handle. Irving said, “Unless something awful happens to our planet, we will never have a direct observation of Earth’s core”.

A report was written by Hawaii Institute of Geophysics and Planetology geophysicist Rhett Butler and his team. At five different locations on Earth, they analysed the waves sent by large earthquakes. Straight-Line Compression Waves, which flow in a straight line, and Undulating Shear Waves, which flow in a zigzag pattern, are the two vibrations. Depending on the type of geographical activity, each form of wave can increase or reduce its speed and leap. #KhabarLive #hydnews

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