Earth's Magnetic Field Almost Collapsed 565 Million Years Ago
Our planet's core probably started solidifying in the late Ediacaran period, which recharged the magnetic field in the nick of time.
Rule-Breaking Particles May Exist Near the Earth's Core
The earth’s mantle may house strange liquids that defy the rules of chemistry as we know them.
Earth's Core Is Squirting a 'Jet Stream' of Liquid Metal Under the Surface
Scientists found it by taking a satellite “x-ray” of the globe.