Yes, the Earth does breathe, in some senses.
When an area of low-pressure moves in, higher-pressure air (in caves and wells) come rushing out. This mimicks the “inhale and exhale” motion.
There have also been contractions found within the Earth’s crust.
More information on the contractions and the Earth’s “breaths” can be found here:
The earth also breathes in other ways, Carbon Dioxide gets trapped within the earths crust and can be ‘exhaled’ during certain temperature changes. This is still a very strong theory but it’s currently being ratified.
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