On June 6, 1961, geologist Oliver first discovered this periodic vibration, which he believed came from the ground of the Atlantic plate, and that the vibration would be stronger in the Southern Hemisphere in

However, scientists now believe that these periodic tremors are small earthquakes that have also been narrowed from the Atlantic Ocean to the subsurface of the Gulf of Guinea in West Africa.

The pulsation – also known as “microseism” in the seismological lexicon – was first recorded in the early 1960s by then-researcher Jack Oliver.

Current theory holds that earthquakes are essentially the release of energy from the crust, leading to the appearance of seismic waves.

Regarding the cause of the vibration, the scientific community has not been able to provide a clear explanation during decades of research, but some scientists believe that the culprit of the vibration is actually the Sun, far away.

Garrett Uler, a scientist at the University of Washington, believes that because the Gulf of Guinea is near the equator and the Sun exerts more heat on the equator than elsewhere, ocean currents near the equator will often collide with the coast.

However, not everyone agrees with this explanation.

However, both of these explanations do not solve the problem, which is that if periodic microearthquakes are caused by ocean waves or volcanic activity, why do they not occur in other areas?

The Earth has many areas near the equator like the Gulf of Guinea, and there are also many areas near volcanoes, so why do such periodic earthquakes only occur here?

Therefore, until now, the 26-second underground micro-earthquake in the Gulf of Guinea is still an unsolved mystery, there are still gaps in the explanation of the Sun’s heat causing waves.

The mystery behind the Earth shaking every 26 seconds

More than half a century after scientists first heard the strange heartbeat, the answer is still unclear.

In fact, in the field of science, there has long been a saying `humanity knows more about the universe than Earth`, because to go to space, humans only need to reach level 1 cosmic speed (with Earth).

The reason this phenomenon occurs is because the temperature inside the Earth is too high, the rock layer is too hard, when the drill bit reaches a depth of 10,000 meters, its own gravity and the Earth’s gravity overwhelm the bit.

If you think about drilling from the seabed, it is even more impossible, because the deepest part of the Mariana Trench is less than 12 km, while the average thickness of the Earth’s crust is up to 37 km.

Therefore, in the near future, before there is a major breakthrough in materials technology, it is practically impossible for humans to explore the interior of the Earth, and unresolved things inside the Earth will remain in