posted on Feb, 19 2004 @ 04:43 PM
whoa dude, you need to chill out! (sorry, couldn't resist!)
anyway though, the earth's temperature and weather goes through cycles... ice ages, hot eras, intermediate eras. we're in an intermediate era now...
during the age of the dinosaurs the average world temperature was in the 90's... i think. anyway, it was A LOT hotter than now is my point.
plus weather has only been actively recorded for about the past 150 years tops, so no one can say anything about how different it is. and same with
the earth's core. yes, there is fission going on down in there, but no one knows enough to say the earth will "explode"
i could understand major seismic events, or more volcanic eruptions, and possibly also the supercalderas around the world errupting... maybe even all
at once, or maybe all around the same century... the earth will not "explode" though