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originally posted by: Annunak1
originally posted by: intrptr
Earth can't be hollow. Its too big. Any hollow spot would be crushed out of existence by the heat and pressure.
How do you know? Have you ever witnessed what's inside? So you believe everything scientists say even though they themselves have never been there? I'm not saying the hollow earth is 100% real but we never know untill we investigate it.
originally posted by: intrptr
a reply to: ScientificRailgun
I'm afraid I'm not a very spiritual person. Though, one could say I've done I've done an extensive amount of "soul searching".
That "soul searching" can only occur in you conscience, as it were. Some hold that is directly evident of a soul. Otherwise why would you care if you have harmed others, there no soul, right?
The Hollow Earth theory is a pseudoscientific belief and conspiracy theory stating that the Earth is hollow. Theories include that the inhabitants of the "Inner Earth" walk around the inside feet-up, or that a smaller sphere is inside the larger (sometimes it is stated this object works like a sun for the inner earth denizens), which is more in line with the theory of gravity, though not geology.
The conspiracy aspect supposedly relates to a large hole providing access to the underworld, which is located somewhere in the arctic or Antarctic regions, and the attempts to keep it quiet made by the superpowers in conjunction with whatever the Grand Theory du jour is, be it reptilians, Tibetan masters, Atlanteans and/or aliens. That there are undisclosed entrances to these "inner worlds" extends also to the moon, with one video purporting that you can see it on Google Earth, though it should be noted that this is very clearly just a graphics glitch caused by stitching multiple low-resolution and high-contrast images together in combination with the usual seam errors produced at the poles when using spherical UV mapping. These theories are also associated with apocryphal stories of apparently bottomless holes in various locations, such as Mel's Hole in Washington, USA.
It's not clear what supports the surface of the Earth according to the Hollow Earth Theory, since the surface of the earth we can see would most likely collapse under the force of gravity without a substrate (the mantle and inner core are solid, the outer core is liquid, and both states are highly resistant to compression). Nor is it clear what keeps the denizens from floating away from the inner surface.
This simple experiment makes a great argument for hollow Earth theory. The hollow Earth is not possible in today's understanding of physical so called laws. Physics today requires gravity to be the main force. In the the electromagnetic universe theory electromagnetism is the main force in the universe. So in this model the centrifugal forces separate the earth through densities giving a hollow core. However, the other portion of the Earth and it's atmosphere would be mainly influence by electrostatic attraction and pulling in matter from outer space, thus explaining our atmosphere being lighter in mass, yet still existing in the outer sphere of the planet. Please see my playlist "The Science Delusion" to begin to understand not only how we do live in an electric universe but how our sciences have been led astray in the other fields.
1 There are three states of matter commonly found on earth: solid, liquid, and gas. When something changes from the solid state to the liquid state, we say it has melted. Ice melts. Chocolate melts. But did you know that rocks can melt, too?
2 Hot, molten rock is called magma. Magma is a mixture of liquid rock, minerals, and dissolved gases. It is formed by the melting of earth's mantle. Magma is found deep below the surface of the earth. If you hold a chocolate bar in your hand, it will melt. But have you ever melted a rock? What causes hard, solid rock to melt?
3 Magma forms when rocks reach temperatures high enough to melt them. Most rocks begin to melt at a temperature between 800 and 1200 degrees Celsius. We rarely find temperatures that hot at earth's surface. (During a hot summer day, the air temperature is about 35 degrees Celsius.) But remember, temperature increases the farther you go below the surface.
4 Temperatures like these are found at the base of the lithosphere. This is the solid, outermost layer of the earth. It includes the crust and the upper mantle. Just below the lithosphere is the asthenosphere. This layer is partly molten rock. Temperatures here are also very hot.