I'm not sure exactly what you mean by "inverted
upside down"(?) If by "inverted upside down" you
mean literally flipped (the Northern Hemisphere
would be south, and the Southern Hemisphere
north), then there wouldn't be any difference
on the temperature of the Earth. The inside of
the Earth follows a temperature path called the
geotherm, and it increases with depth,
regardless of where you are on the planet.
Look at the graph on the link below:
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