The hottest temperature ever recorded on Earth’s surface is 2370 degree Celsius (4298 degree Fahrenheit). When a space rock crashed into earth nearly 40 million years ago in what is now Canada, it created hellishly hot temperature in the collision zone for a brief period of time.
The result acquired from a countless researches on climate change by NASA and NOAA confirms 2014 was the Earth's hottest year on record surpassing 2010.
Geologists have discovered a massive reservoir of water underneath the Earth's surface. The volume of the water inside is approximated to be three times the volume of all the oceans.
Rarely when science goes wrong, the results are quite astonishing which turns the experiment into a unique phenomena.