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How is the Earth's mantle different from a lava lamp?

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And to the best of our understanding of all the data that indeed also happens in the layers between core and outer mantle. Where the lamp is different from earth is in its speed. We would be quickly bored if it went with earth speed. Also, earth could most likely best be seen as a two stage lava lamp. read more

One of the blobs is located beneath the Pacific Ocean, and the other can be found beneath the Atlantic. These underground structures start where the Earth's mantle meets the core, but they send "plumes" up through the rock like a Lava Lamp, the researchers said. read more

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