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Research led by Dr. John Vidale at USC has revealed that Earth’s inner core, a solid metal ball discovered in 1936, is experiencing a slow deceleration in its rotation, potentially even moving backwards. This significant shift, occurring 3,220 miles beneath the surface, could have profound implications for our planet. The inner core’s rotation speed and direction have long intrigued scientists, and this new finding confirms that its spin is not constant.

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