|MadSci Network: Astronomy|
I have read in your archives that; #1 The center of the earth is not hollow. #2 That if it were and you were at the center, you would be in zero g because there would be equal amounts of mass in all directions. With that said, why is the center of the earth not hollow? There are two forces at work trying to make it hollow. The first force is spin (centrifugal force) and the second is gravity.
Re: Why is the center of the Earth Not hollow?
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