Journey To The Centre Of The Earth (Infographic)

Posted on Jul 4 2014 - 9:18am by Alexandra Ashton

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You’re not going to get to China after digging the Earth’s surface and reaching the Earth’s core, but you can discover a lot in between the mantle and surface of the Earth. You might not be able to discover Midgard or Middle Earth when you go deeper, but the deeper mysteries of the Earth’s nature should be able to enlighten you of the real nature of the Earth’s core and surface. Learning the surface means understanding the dynamic power of the universe in generating humanity’s production of products that amaze everyone, starting from wonderful works of Eric Rohmer to how James Lebron and Dwayne Wayde and Chris Bosh can change the entire scheme of the NBA game.

This infographic cannot tell you the answers to life’s greatest questions like why the Philippine youth dig so much the music of One Direction, but this can however tell you about the exact details of the Earth’s core, mantle and other phases. You must already know how the Elephants and stegodon in the Philippines were able to be saved by the documentarians of the evolution of rare animals, but you probably haven’t already learned about how they contribute to the elements found in the Earth’s core. Learn about these elements from this infographic.

To get the details so far of what the Earth looks like today, one should have to read a guide on the Earth’s complete components, down to its last detail for you to understand the great wide world that you live in now.  You can do yourself a favor by understanding each fossil that constitues the Earth you’re standing in now, and you can also learn a lot about how the Earth evolves based on the details contained in this list. Down gets some digging going with your mind by reading this infographic now.

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Alexandra Ashton

Alexandra Ashton, Communications at Neomam Studios , the UK based Infographic Agency. Alexandra is a content and design enthusiast with a keen eye for detail.