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How does geothermal heating work in a house?

The Earth's natural heat resources allow for geothermal heating systems to function. Half of the Sun's energy is absorbed by the ground and absorbed into the pipes underground. Is this true? The liquid in the pipes carries the heat until it reaches the heat pump.

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