The Earth Pulsates Every 26 Seconds And No One Knows Why


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Houston, Texas
Science can't figure out why it happens but it may be due to volcanic eruptions, earthquakes or ocean movement. It was first discovered in 2005 by a grad student at the University of Colorado. Seismologists have been able to analyze the new data thanks to a 50% reduction in high frequency noise caused by human activity since the CIVID-19 pandemic began.

It's simple to work out really.
History tells us that Sir Isaac Newton, a mathematician and physicist who lived from 1642-1727, discovered gravity when he saw a falling apple while thinking about the forces of nature.
But of course all that was a myth.
The reality is: The Earth Sucks.
And, every 26 seconds it needs to expel the air.
Told you it was simple.