Comparing Sun's Plasma Energy Depletion against Earth's Inner Core...

@mantis36 (4237)
October 15, 2011 1:14am CST
If our star, the Sun's Plasma energy will be depleted how about Earth's Inner and Outer Core? Earth's Inner and Outer Core kept on spinning (like a generator dynamo) to produce heat, magnetic shield for protection against cosmic waves of radiation, and gravity. Maybe Earth's Core will be the first one to deplete first compare to Sun's Nuclear Energy after Billions of years..... then Earth will become like our Moon.... are there any views?
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@surfer222 (1715)
• Indonesia
15 Oct 11
i find it hard to understand how the universe works. How do we know what material contain in the sun and what material is inside earth's core. There's a theory that said the moon is hollow, so maybe if the earth's core deplete maybe earth will become like moon.
@mantis36 (4237)
• Philippines
15 Oct 11
they said that the Moon is Hollow? maybe that is one of the reason about the latest theories on how our moon formed, all of those debris that are collecting each other (after collision of an unknown planet and early earth) until all of the debris of planet earth and the debris of an unknown planet - they are compressed each other to become a moon (that never spins on its axis) and a sure there's a hollow portion that are present inside.... i think your comment is i really appreciated..... i think i have another idea about the hollow portion of the moon down deep inside of it....