Earth seems to be clearing itself every 27 million years, study shows

The geological heartbeat of the Earth is a mysterious phenomenon that the planet generates every 27.5 million years. It was first discovered by Columbia University Geological Observatory researcher John Oliver.

Today, comparing all the facts of the development of our planet over the past 260 million years, scientists have come to the conclusion that there is a certain record of time, reports usatoday.com.

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After conducting a study of ancient events, scientists have come to the conclusion that our planet has a steady geological “heartbeat” that is generated every 27.5 million years.

the geological pulse of events consists of. It includes such phenomena as: activity of volcanoes, mass extinctions, restructuring of tectonic plates, changes in sea level. This means that every 27 million years, with a new impulse of the “heartbeat”, large-scale destructive catastrophes occur.

Scientists told what the geological pulse of events consists of. It includes such events as: activity of volcanoes, mass extinctions, restructuring of tectonic plates, changes in sea level.

This means that every 27 million years, with a new impulse of the “heartbeat”, large-scale destructive catastrophes occur. In other words, the Earth seems to be clearing itself.

The next push and mass extinction will take place in 20 million years. This was stated by the author of the study, Michael Rampino.

Together with his team, he studied 89 geological events over 260 million years. Researchers are confident that geological events in time do not occur by chance. Statistical evidence has proven that there is a certain cycle.

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