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could there be pockets of cold material within the earth crust or is it just a gradient of warm to hot to incredibly hot etc

I'm thinking something akin to the gulf stream but internally, could there be potentially cold i.e. <50c pockets of dirt or material deep within the earth crust <15000m+ that might have conditions suitable for life? maybe some flowing liquid would somehow have a cooling effect or would it all eventually be warmed up with time



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