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 Post subject: hollow earth
PostPosted: Sat Jan 26, 2008 10:14 pm 
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Do we live on the surface of a hollow earth ?

This website seems to think we do

http://www.esolibris.com/articles/alter ... /index.php


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 Post subject: Re: hollow earth
PostPosted: Wed Jan 30, 2008 2:31 am 
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The earth is hollow in that the internal area of the planet close to the core consists of a gaseous mixture rarefied to the center of the core in the form of hydrogen.

There is no internal world as such, but it is worth considering that it appears that the future exists within the internal portion of the planet.


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 Post subject: Re: hollow earth
PostPosted: Wed Jan 30, 2008 7:03 am 
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I used to think just as you do, David. But I've read so many things, learned so much, and it's broadened my horizons. I think a Hollow Earth sounds far-fetched, but I've learned to never say never... There may be pockets on this planet that can and do support a form of life, not exactly like us, but not so far removed, either. My jury is still OUT.

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 Post subject: Re: hollow earth
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Taking this a bit further, there is no liquid or solid metallic core, and no immense pressure within the core area.

Sure there could be pockets under the surface where who knows what may live, but the planet is not a hollow sphere wherein exists an inner world as such. Unfortunately there is no known manner by which to investigate the inner portion of the earth. Drilling holes does not get you inside the earth no matter how big the holes might be.


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 Post subject: Re: hollow earth
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Do you mean to say that all those hours I spent with my spoon in the back yard digging through to China was in vain???

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 Post subject: Re: hollow earth
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A long time to wait for an answer eh?

We or you could probably dig a hole to china at an angle, but this does not get you inside or within the interior of the earth, it's a sealed system.

Look at it this way, when you dig a hole you extend the external surface of the earth inward, which is completely different from working from the inside. You are restricted to the outside and there is no manner by which to access the interior with spoons, shovels, drills or rodents..


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 Post subject: Re: hollow earth
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hmmmm..... what about lasers?

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 Post subject: Re: hollow earth
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Tweaked this is a tricky concept to get across, but the inside is always on the inside and the outside is always on the outside.

Not even lasers can go from the outside to the inside.

Take a cubic meter of rock and start smashing it to bits trying to get to the inside. You end up with thousands of broken pieces all over the ground but you are no closer to the inside.

All you have achieved is to extend the outside.

Even if you reduce this material down to single atoms you will still be on the outside trying to get to the inside.


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 Post subject: Re: hollow earth
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Yes David, good example. Even my feeble mind got that one. Even if I smash that rock untold times, I still won't get to the inside, I'll still be outside. I like that one. I'll try to demonstrate that example to my grandkids. They will flip out.

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 Post subject: Re: hollow earth
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Then... how can we x-ray rocks, and see what's inside?

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