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A study by Princeton scientists entering the boundary between the tall and low banner of the Earth on crumbs and finding cleits is incredibly possible to be faster than anything on the Earth.
They are located at an end of 410 miles (600km) just down to the ground from the surface of the planet.
Dr Wenbo Wu, one of the geologists on paper, said: "In other words, there is a stronger landscape than the Rocky Mountains or the Appalachians at the end of 660 km."
The use of wave data from an earthquake size 8.2 in Bolivia, the mountains and other landscapes was found on the basis of its border.
The earthquake was the largest deepest earthquake ever recorded and took place in 1994.
The most powerful waves of the planet are & # 39; comes from a great earthquake, which creates turbulent waves that are a travel through the Earth's trees to the other side of the planet in each side and back again.
Data from the bundle waves allows data scientists to explore the Earth thoroughly by using the data. The wave data model is the type of landscape that could be scattered in this way.
They do that by doing it; using powerful computers such as Princeton's Tiger Cluster power to reflect complex behaviors of scattered wave.
Dr Wu, who is now a post office researcher at the California Institute of Technology, said: "We know that almost everything is rough and so there is a scattered light.
That's why we see these goals – the loose windows that carry out the information about roughly the surface.
In this study, we investigated dispersed dispersed waves within the Earth to obstruct the rough boundaries of the 660 km land.
These surveys can tell us about the creation of Earth and how heat and travel can pass through the Earth's different lines.
But just does not know how to change these large mountain structures, but it is likely that the mix of materials and chemicals will interfere with the lines.
Dr Wu said: The worst areas of the 660-km boundary could arise from a more detailed combination mix, and & # 39; The shortest, narrower areas of the hill may be created where the sheltered and low sheltered areas are not too large.
Speaking to Dr. Jessica Irving, who led the research, said: "The inspirational things about these products are that they give us new information to understand old tectonic pests that descend into the banner, and where old brass material could still remain. "
The full study was published in Science. court with daily jobs
Published in the Daily Times, 18 Februaryth 2019South Westerly