When will humans travel to earths core and explore Antarctica more plus look for undiscovered islands that have yet to be touched by human?

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  • 3 months ago

    Never. The earth becomes a supper hot rock 5 miles below the surface and at a depth of 7 miles, it becomes red hot and behaves like putty. The core is super heated liquid iron!

  • 3 months ago

    We have all been waiting for you to do that.

  • Anonymous
    3 months ago

    To travel to the earth's core a hole needs to be drilled and there is nothing that can be used to drill that hole because the drill bit would need to be able to survive temperatures that melt rock into lava. Once the hole is drilled, lava will gush out and cook any person touching it. With high resolution satellites photographing all of our oceans, there is no undiscovered island.  Antarctica has scientific stations with scientists doing research. It is still being explored. 

  • ?
    Lv 7
    3 months ago

    They already have.  Edgar Rice Burroughs wrote their stories about 100 years ago.

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  • 3 months ago

    No one and no machine will EVER go to the earth's core.

    It is far too hot. 

  • 3 months ago

    I would say that humans will never explore the core.  it is simply too effing hot down there.  Antarctica is "explored" enough that there really isn't anything hidden at surface, but what underlies the ice is often only generally known by remote sensing studies of variable detail and precision.  I don't know that there are any islands of long existence which have remained "untouched" by humans even if they are unmapped.  Some islands do form and disappear and reform so they might be considered "unexplored".

    We have been imaging the entire surface of the earth for decades now, so there isn't a lot at earth surface that is "unknown" even if not officially visited.

  • Will
    Lv 7
    3 months ago

    Every inch of the planet has been scanned by radar from orbit. There are no undiscovered islands, and nothing of interest in the parts of Antarctica that no one has traveled to.

    But getting to the core will require *huge* leaps of science and engineering. Nobody even has any realistic theories on how we can go down there. The furthest down below the Earth's surface that anyone has gone was a Russian drilling project that after months of work got down to about 40,000 feet. Not quite eight miles down, more than 3,900 to go.

  • Robert
    Lv 7
    3 months ago

    Not until April at the earliest. 

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