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Hollow Earth Craziness...

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posted on Dec, 9 2014 @ 04:56 PM
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This all relates to my personal Hollow Head theory... I'm finding the theory to be truer every day.

Strangely, though, I have been considering the Hollow, Hollow Earth theory... the one where the hollow space at the center has another extra-dimensional hollow space where sneaky, parasitic beings live in loving benevolence and snark.




posted on Dec, 9 2014 @ 04:57 PM
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posted on Dec, 9 2014 @ 04:57 PM
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a reply to: chopperswolf

It doesn't matter where they are going. They aren't getting anywhere near the depth it requires to pierce the crust. Again, the drill bit for the drill had to STOP drilling because the heat from the mantle (not even the core) was melting it. This was only 1/3rd of the way through the crust. That was 40,000 feet below sea level (the depth of the Mariana Trench). I HIGHLY doubt any of those men descended that far no matter what they are telling you or showing you, much less further than that.
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posted on Dec, 9 2014 @ 05:12 PM
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Ha, ha, ha, you didn't watch the video, did you. actually the Rowan Renaissance drills to 40,000 feet from the drill floor , and is designed to do so regularly, it's only a matter of time until we know for a real fact whats down there, We may all be wrong, maybe it's a lake of eternal fire with all our ancestors screaming in torment for being heretics a reply to: [post=18750784]Krazysh0t[/pos

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posted on Dec, 9 2014 @ 05:16 PM
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a reply to: chopperswolf

For one, youtube videos aren't proof of anything. And for two, my logic is sound. It has real evidence backing it.

PS: your video 404'd



posted on Dec, 9 2014 @ 05:49 PM
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a reply to: jaffo

If you think about it.

We do not really know what lies beneath the ground. We have scientific studies. We dug as deep as 12000 Meters. We have no physical or visual evidence of what is beneath that point. Aside from scientific speculation that relies heavily on sciences like physics we do not have concrete info on what is below. There could be diamonds the size of Manhattan there, we do not know. People now say there could be Water there in some form, absorbed by other materials. When we get to the Core, no one know what it is really made from. Scientists say it is probably Iron. Based on that they deduce its size, but what if its smaller or bigger and has different composition. Why does a core have to be solid?

I understand i may be wrong about some of these things i said. I like being wrong, cause i learn new things. Please correct me.



posted on Dec, 9 2014 @ 05:51 PM
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No more silly than religion.
Seeing both have fantastical tales.



posted on Dec, 9 2014 @ 05:57 PM
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You know as much as I, and I know what the current theory is, but that's just it, a theory, we do not know whats really there, only what we can guess based on what we believe to be true, until we find out more facts, it's all speculative based on what we think we know.a reply to: Heruactic



posted on Dec, 10 2014 @ 09:50 AM
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a reply to: Krazysh0t

That borehole's entrance, welded shut, ought to be an interesting find in 1,000 years by some archaeologist.



posted on Dec, 10 2014 @ 10:33 AM
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I believe that the earth could very well be hollow in some areas. I believe areas beneath every nation on earth may be hollow as well, due to man made underground bases.

These bases most likely have transportation systems as well.

Now as to the earth having ancient cities underground sure I can believe that too.

There may be dinosaurs and giants with inumerable gods down there for all we know.

I think there could be some type of advanced shape shifters down there capable of visiting the surface world when they want to.

Who knows I could be right I could be wrong.

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posted on Dec, 10 2014 @ 10:36 AM
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originally posted by: SlapMonkey
a reply to: Krazysh0t

That borehole's entrance, welded shut, ought to be an interesting find in 1,000 years by some archaeologist.


That, tens of thousands of oil well drill holes, tunnels thru granite and other such modifications to the earth are things that cause people to laugh at claims that x years ago there was civilization just like ours that was destroyed and we started over.

nah



posted on Dec, 11 2014 @ 08:00 AM
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a reply to: Hanslune

I don't discount that humanity has been completely reset once or more times throughout the life of the earth, but without hardcore, absolute proof, it's just an interesting idea to toss around and discuss.

I'm one of those people who are burdened with both a conspiratorially/theoretically minded approach to many things, but I also must have tangible proof that connects all the dots. It makes life contradictory at times, and I'm sure it was the same for all the previous cycles of humanity


Now if I could only prove that...



posted on Dec, 11 2014 @ 08:20 AM
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a reply to: SlapMonkey

I highly recommend the "believe what you want, when you want" philosophy. Life has been mighty uncontradictory for me, thanks to utilization of this world view.



posted on Dec, 11 2014 @ 11:09 AM
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originally posted by: SlapMonkey
a reply to: Hanslune

I don't discount that humanity has been completely reset once or more times throughout the life of the earth, but without hardcore, absolute proof, it's just an interesting idea to toss around and discuss.

I'm one of those people who are burdened with both a conspiratorially/theoretically minded approach to many things, but I also must have tangible proof that connects all the dots. It makes life contradictory at times, and I'm sure it was the same for all the previous cycles of humanity


Now if I could only prove that...


I understand the mind set fully having a mild case of it myself . I've been looking for the 'lost civilization' since the mid - 60's. Presently I would think it's .99999% certain that there was not a comparable modern civilization in the past to our own.

The last decade or so I've been interested in why human culture did not ignite, as it did after the end of the last ice age, when the previous ice age ended 80-130,000 years ago - thin on facts for that one!



posted on Dec, 11 2014 @ 12:40 PM
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originally posted by: Hanslune
The last decade or so I've been interested in why human culture did not ignite, as it did after the end of the last ice age, when the previous ice age ended 80-130,000 years ago - thin on facts for that one!


But we do see the beginnings of cultural modernity in hss during that period. It was during this time that hss spread around the world. It was only when hss reached sufficient population densities did we really see radical advancements, such as domestication of animals and later domestication of plants.

A few weeks ago i read a very good paper on the de-evolution of Native Tasmanians, it was a fascinating read.
At the time of contact Tasmanians had regressed to a point that would have put them on the technological level of very early HE. They had forgoten how to make boats, how to make stone and bone points, or blades and only made crude pebble choppers. Even though they were avid fishermen when they arrived in tasmania thousands of years earlier, they were horrified at the prospect of consuming fish, even though they were prodigous consumers of shell fish.
The author chalked it up to insufficient population densities to support their extremely mobile HG lifestyle.
There just werent enough people to make the journeys to procure stone, then travel to the coast to fish, then inland again when certain fruits ripened, while still keeping a cohesive society.



posted on Dec, 11 2014 @ 03:34 PM
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originally posted by: punkinworks10

originally posted by: Hanslune
The last decade or so I've been interested in why human culture did not ignite, as it did after the end of the last ice age, when the previous ice age ended 80-130,000 years ago - thin on facts for that one!


But we do see the beginnings of cultural modernity in hss during that period. It was during this time that hss spread around the world. It was only when hss reached sufficient population densities did we really see radical advancements, such as domestication of animals and later domestication of plants.

A few weeks ago i read a very good paper on the de-evolution of Native Tasmanians, it was a fascinating read.
At the time of contact Tasmanians had regressed to a point that would have put them on the technological level of very early HE. They had forgoten how to make boats, how to make stone and bone points, or blades and only made crude pebble choppers. Even though they were avid fishermen when they arrived in tasmania thousands of years earlier, they were horrified at the prospect of consuming fish, even though they were prodigous consumers of shell fish.
The author chalked it up to insufficient population densities to support their extremely mobile HG lifestyle.
There just werent enough people to make the journeys to procure stone, then travel to the coast to fish, then inland again when certain fruits ripened, while still keeping a cohesive society.


I cannot find it but in the late 19th century there was an idea the Tasmanians were 'slackers', and just didn't care to progress.

Yes there was some movement towards a more 'cultured' HSS in that time frame but no' civilization' in the sense of Catahoyuck and other 'old four'.



posted on Dec, 13 2014 @ 01:21 PM
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originally posted by: occrest
NASA PROVES HOLLOW EARTH THEORY... PROOF EVIDENCE EARTH IS HOLLOW

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from the description--

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.



Very very, intelligent experiment, and in my opinion, real science. Its based on real observable findings that can be duplicated, and repeated.

Now progress the experiment with no sufficant added, and lets say a powder like chalk dust. I suggest the results would be "In the center, you would find, a single bubble, and a chalk "Crust" on the outside". The bubble would be spherical, not cylindrical.



posted on Dec, 13 2014 @ 01:36 PM
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I tried to link this video in my first post, this is a very interesting experiment. .a reply to: All Seeing Eye



posted on Dec, 14 2014 @ 03:17 PM
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a reply to: chopperswolfYes in deed, very interesting.

But what does a ball of water have to do with a hollow earth, or its formation?

I guess the first thing to understand is that in the vacuum of space a liquid will always draw itself up into a sphere due to capillary attraction. This can be water, mercury, or even molten rock.

In the above experiment, water is used to show how capillary attraction "pulls" the water molecules into the spherical shape. The same would also be true for molten rock. But when molten rock is in that heated, molten state it lets off "Gasses". Those gasses would migrate to the center of the sphere, forming a void in the center, just like the water experiment. Except there is nothing added to keep the bubbles from coming together as they did in the water experiment. Add a spin while the rock is cooling into the plastic state, think glass blowing, and through gas pressures now forming in the middle pushing out, the central gaseous void in the middle becomes "Spherical", hollow. Welcome to the center of all planets.



Now, if all this is true, then it is quite possible we can start to look at all the mythology of the past, in a new context, one based in real science



posted on Dec, 14 2014 @ 03:49 PM
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Howdy,

I find it difficult to believe in a hollow Earth. Seismological studies using the P- and S-waves of Earthquakes have given great evidence supporting solid cores... Also, the geothermal/geobarometic gradient as indicated by minerals, such as perovskite or even ringwoodite, in the mantle alone suggests insane temperature and heat at such depths... Life would need to be quite tough to deal with such heat and pressures. If interested in the topic, Google scholar has some nice articles. Search for "seismic" or "seismological" and "Earth boundaries" or "perovskite" or "transition zones." There is a wealt of free knowledge.
Here are a few.

physics.nmsu.edu...
onlinelibrary.wiley.com...
www.homepages.ucl.ac.uk...
That third one is pretty nice.

Sincerest regards,
a student of geology.




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