The Gallery of the Earth, through dynamics processes, introduces concepts concerning major geological movements; how they take place on the Earth through endogenic and exogenic geological processes.
The eastern side of the gallery focuses on plate tectonics, folding and faulting, and volcanic and earthquake activity through endogenic forces.
The western side focuses on the geological impact of exogenic forces, and particularly examines the impact of water and wind on the landscape.
Relatively speaking, the geological impact of endogenic force is much more spectacular. It causes the crust of the Earth to rise, increase in thickness and form many huge and majestic mountain ranges. The geological impacts of endogenic forces are relatively less dramatic. Like a sculptor, it has carved all kinds of beautiful gorges and rivers on the earth's surface.