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Originally posted by mytym
I think the fact that it may contradict the teachings of science is as much a reflection on science's limitations in understanding the world around us, as it is on the feasibility of this scenario.
Originally posted by point
How far has anyone drilled into the earth. A couple of kilometres at most and that's on land which is considerably higher up than say the ocean floor.
science does have a theory about donut shaped black holes which are contradictory to the idea that gravity pulls to the central point of an object.
I am merely pointing out that scientific theories are just that, theories, that involve many assumptions, some quite logical. This being the case, there is room for the possibility of a concave world, no matter how far fetched it may seem, and in turn absolute statements such as "The world is solid" are unproven.