UNITED STATES – A team of scientists at New York University have revealed a truly disturbing new study. These are beats of the Earth that are emitted from time to time and which trigger a series of catastrophes such as sea level rise or certain geological phenomena which undoubtedly leave us in a state of total bewilderment. In this sense, the study reveals that these “beats” occur every 27.5 million years and with them a good number of natural disasters. It has even been reported that this phenomenon can cause massive extinctions. Moreover, what is really curious is that it is still called “heartbeat”, because the reality is that for the moment it has no name and we do not know for sure what. the cause. For this reason, geologist Michael Rampino and his colleagues at New York University analyzed 89 geological events that occurred over 260 million years. This list contains nothing less than ocean mass extinctions, severe sea level fluctuations, pulses of volcanic activity, and even a reorganization of tectonic plates, among others. And what is surprising is that the rate of these phenomena is not random. Source: Pexels. This is all within the intervals of what is called the “pulse” that occurs every 27.5 million years, with a difference of plus or minus a year. This isn’t the first time this type of study has been tackled, but the reality is that over time the data has intensified and refined. For example, in 2018, the University of Sydney calculated that the pulses occur every 26 million years. On the other hand, one of the authors explains that one of the causes of this movement of the Earth could be the periodic collision with meteorites or comets, although he considers it highly improbable. As of yet, the cause of these “beats” is unknown, which undoubtedly generates quite a bit of terror, although the good news is that the next pulse will be in 20 million years.
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