10k degree atmospheric plasma jets, rivers of molten iron in the earth’s core, and a switch in poles. The stuff of science fiction.
For the first time, researchers have discovered supersonic plasma jets in Earth’s upper atmosphere, and they’re responsible for some pretty extreme conditions, including temperatures near 10,000°C (18,032°F).
These jets not only appear to be changing the chemical composition of Earth’s ionosphere – they’re actually pushing this atmospheric layer so far up, some of the planet’s atmospheric materials are being leaked out into space.
Furthermore, Back in December, the ESA team announced that their Swam satellites had detected an accelerating river of molten iron some 3,000 km (1,864 miles) below the surface of Earth, under Alaska and Siberia.
They found that this 420-km-wide (260-mile) jet stream had tripled in speed in less than two decades, and is currently headed towards Europe.
Much, much more found HERE