posted on Jun, 23 2005 @ 12:29 PM
I am currently studying A-Level Geology, and so do not believe the theory of a hollow Earth. If it were hollow, the liquid outer core would just go
into the space, as liquids flow to fill the area they are contained in. It is due to pressure that the outer core is liquid, and even more pressure
means that the inner core is solid. So no room for dragons.
And seeing as no one has asked yet, if they do swim about in the liquid propeties layer of the core, what would they eat?
I suppose it would not be physically impossible to make something very nearly completely heat proof- consider sweetcorn. The little 'Jackets' manage
to pass through our stomachs, which contain pH1 Hydrochloric Acid, and come out the other end totally unharmed! We could make suits out of sweetcorn
and be able to withstand acids! Genious, I know :p I know heat and acidity are very different things, but it was just a thought