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More water deep underground than in Oceans


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I suppose that will be the excuse for "fracking" as even they can't pollute that amount of water.


Surely that also means that some of this water (even if trapped in rock)  is super heated and under great pressure - being nearer the earth's core. I know Newcastle Council  use geothermal heat from water .


As you say ideas/science are not static and are only valid/true until proved otherwise.


P.S. Have recvd my PI and camera today so I am going to do a little Linux scripting - something I haven't done for a while - and see what I get from Prime Focus photography using the PI and my Bresser.

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Yeah, I saw that. Surprised no one realised because I saw it in that film "Journey to the Centre of the Earth" years ago!

James Mason or the newer one  :D

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