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The egg’s thin shell, white and yolk resemble the principal layers of the Earth’s crust, mantle and core almost to scale. Eggshell pieces do not move, whereas continental plates continue to slowly move around the surface. The Earth is like an onion.
Hard-boiled eggs are a low-calorie, nutrient-dense food. They’re an excellent source of high-quality protein and rich in B vitamins, zinc, calcium and other important nutrients and antioxidants like choline, lutein and zeaxanthin.
The egg has one inner section (yolk) whereas the Earth’s core comprises a solid inner core and a liquid outer core.
Starting at the center, Earth is composed of four distinct layers. They are, from deepest to shallowest, the inner core, the outer core, the mantle and the crust.
The Earth can be divided into four main layers: the solid crust on the outside, the mantle, the outer core and the inner core. Out of them, the mantle is the thickest layer, while the crust is the thinnest layer.
What is the coldest place on Earth? It is a high ridge in Antarctica on the East Antarctic Plateau where temperatures in several hollows can dip below minus 133.6 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 92 degrees Celsius) on a clear winter night.
From about a meter below the surface the temperature is more or less the annual average surface temperature. This is about 10C in the UK. So in summer underground is cooler and in winter underground is warmer. As you go further down it will slowly get warmer as there is a flow of heat from inside the Earth.
There are quite a few myths, most probably better described as misunderstandings, about cold water and cold water swimming. A few are even true. 11. Fresh water feels colder than sea water at the same temperature.
Ocean Effect The sea air keeps things warmer at night and cooler during the day. This is because of the atmospheric mixing and local winds that are created. The ocean currents start to swirl and the water circulates across the planet. Generally the ocean is warmer at lower latitudes and colder at higher latitudes.
For the same reason, the sea tends to feel warmer later in the day than it does in the early morning (when the sun or air temperature has had less time to warm it up).