Correct-Answer to Question #30:
Where does the energy of earthquakes come from?




Q.  Where does the energy of earthquakes come from?

A.  It comes from a natural expansion process at the core of the Earth.

Q.  What is this process?
A.   It involves compressed neutrons changing to hydrogen atoms at the surface of Earth's Core.

Q.  Where is this process described?

Q.   Is the energy of earthquakes significant in the Earth's energy balance?
A.  Yes, it's the second biggest item after Solar radiation, equal to release of over 1000 hydrogen bombs per day.

Q.  Where is there more on this area?





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