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Hollow earth Has now been disprooved(if the earth is hollow why arnt there pictures)

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posted on May, 5 2006 @ 04:11 PM
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I'm curious as to how many people will actually fall for this.

Deposit/Booking requirements:
25% deposit to book trip (non-refundable)

that's $4,737.50

non-refundable.

if they cancel the trip after december 06 your entire deposit is non-refundable.

it sounds to me like they will cancel on January 1 and keep whatever money they might have collected. they should. anyone dumb enough to give them money deserves to lose it.




posted on Sep, 11 2008 @ 07:38 PM
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THERE are holes on both poles.Scot -Amundsen base is not on south pole but at least 8 degrees of latitude towards north.The same for webcam on north pole.
The dimensions according to my investigation :top span 693 mls ,center span 95 mls.
There are many proofs for this and I posted them in Ufocasebook website under Conspiracy theories titled :Hollow earth may be real



posted on Sep, 12 2008 @ 12:22 PM
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Do you know how thick the crust is? 30km(18miles) The mantle is around 2900km(1800miles), the worlds deepest cave is 2km(1.3miles) deep, all I can say is, how would you expect to have proof?!? or photos?!? we haven't even got 1/20the the way through the crust!!!!. Now, that said, I don't think it's hollow, I think it is 'honeycombed' with caverns and tunnels, imagine the size for some of these caverns?!

As for evidence for it, plenty of people have 'claimed' to have been there, who are we to say they're lying? they could be, but we couldn't know. It makes alot of sense to me, considering we have found caves and caverns all over what we have explored.

As for being disproved, I'm gonna need a bit more to sway my beliefs, keep trying though.


EMM

Edit: 2006!! |this keeps happening, I really should check the date before posting


[edit on 12-9-2008 by ElectroMagnetic Multivers]



posted on Sep, 12 2008 @ 12:52 PM
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I've heard, seen and believe in some pretty weird and far out there things but i never could figure out how some one could honestly think that the earth was hollow. ; ]



posted on Sep, 24 2008 @ 10:44 AM
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Anyone know about the expedition www.voyagehollowearth.com... ??



posted on Sep, 24 2008 @ 11:21 AM
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Not here.

I can promise you something, the Earth is indeed hollow, to the extent of what we know, have witnessed, and strive toward.

Ask any serious spelunkers, im just a weary old Geologist, who traveled an insignificant distance underground at the invitation of others, what i saw around every corner was something amazing, caverns that you can fit a Cathedral inside, and this is just the start, every day people enter caves, some stay for weeks at a time, searching for the next crawlspace, unblocking blocked tunnels, and every day discovering something new.

I am in no way saying there are civilizations down there, but i am saying, unless you have seen these places, which are just the very beginning of these systems, then you cant even begin to imagine, one day a way will be found which will make carlesbad caverns look like a tin mine.

A small cave system like THIS is impressive enough, this is just the tip of the iceberg i promise you.

I'm glad this thread was bumped, i remember when this appeared, i wanted to comment, but did not wish to join ATS at the time TY whoever did.



posted on Sep, 25 2008 @ 08:43 AM
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I find the whole Hollow-Earth theory pretty fascinating. And i came across this fun to read article.

Part One.



THE HOLLOW EARTH: A MADDENING THEORY THAT CAN'T BE DISPROVED From OMNI Magazine (October 1983)

If there were a hall of fame for pseudo-scientists, surely Cyrus Teed would deserve a place of honor. It was shortly after the Civil War that Teed had his vision: The earth is a hollow sphere, and WE LIVE INSIDE IT. Everything else in the universe is in here with us -- planets, comets, stars -- everything. What's outside the sphere? Nothing. Teed's cosmology had a particular appeal to religious fundamentalists. It made the earth important again, rather than an insignificant speck in the cosmos. And it eliminated the difficult concepts of infinite space and aimlessly scattered worlds. We're all right here together in this safe, spherical womb. In 1870 Teed changed his name to Koresh (ancient Hebrew for Cyrus) and started a cult. At its peak in the Nineties the Koreshan (pronounced ker-ESH-an) Unity movement had some 4,000 followers. Teed established a religious/scientific community a few miles south of Fort Myers, Florida, and there founded the town of Estero. He was determined to prove his theory scientifically and launched his own geodetic survey in 1897 to do just that. Using his "rectilineator," a set of double-T squares made of large logs, he projected a horizontal line until his calculations indicated that it would plunge into the Gulf of Mexico, four miles from its starting point. This was Teed's proof that the earth's surface is concave and that his rectilineator line had intersected the earth's upward curve. The scientists had gotten everything backward: It is centrifugal force, not gravity, that keeps our feet planted on the ground. The sphere *is* about 25,000 miles around, just as the scientists say. China is about 8,000 miles away, through the earth's center -- straight up. The Nazis entertained many occult theories in their quest for world domination, and Teed's was one of them. At one point a Nazi expedition went to the Isle of Man. Its mission: to get secret photographs of the United States by pointing its powerful telescopes. What's most infuriating is that a little mathematical fiddling turns this crazy theory into a proposition that is virtually impossible to refute. The trick is done by *inversion*, a purely geometric transformation that lets a mathematician turn shapes inside-out. When a sphere is inverted, ever point outside is mapped to a corresponding point inside, and vice versa.



posted on Sep, 25 2008 @ 08:44 AM
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Part Two.


The goemetry is quite simple. If a sphere's center is "C" and its radius is "r," then every outside point "P" maps to an inside point "P'" such that "CP x CP' = r2" [that's "r squared" - Foxx]. [My apologies for not being able to include the accompanying illustration. - Foxx] Here's a good way to visualize it: For any outside point "P" (on the sun, or Pluto, or Cygnus X, for example), draw a circle that has "CP" as its diameter. From one of the two points where this circle intersects the earth, draw a line perpendicular to "CP." The intersection point [of this perpendicular and "CP"] is the location of "P'". By far the largest body in our inverted Earth is the moon; a bit over half a mile in diameter and some 3,933 miles over our heads. The sun's sphere is only eight feet across. The stars ar microscopic spots clustered around the center, which is, of course, infinity. Is there any way to prove we *aren't* inside a hollow earth? We asked H.S.M. Coxeter, mathematics professor at the University of Toronto and an expert on inversion geometry. "I can't think of any," he said. "A rocket flight, an eclipse, a Foucault pendulum, a Coriolis effect -- any observation we can make on the outside of the earth has an exact duplicate version inside. There would be no way to tell which was the truth." Just as the geometry of space inverts, so do all the laws of physics. Toward the center of a hollow Earth, light slows down and everything shrinks -- atoms, astronauts, spaceships, and measuring rods. Light travels in circular paths, producing some weird (but lawful) optical effects. Astronauts on the moon looked back on what they thought was a blue sphere in the distance. Actually it was the inside of the earth's shell, throught sight lines that flared like the bell of a trumpet, producing the *illusion* of a sphere. The optical distortion is something like the wide angle view through a fisheye lens. As we look to the sky and the horizons, our visual field is filled with a sphere some 4,000 miles in diameter. Celestial bodies that revolve around the earth's center appear to "rise" and "set" as they enter or leave that sphere.


[edit on 25-9-2008 by Sfen Senterra]

[edit on 25-9-2008 by Sfen Senterra]



posted on Sep, 25 2008 @ 08:48 AM
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Part Three.


Cyrus Teed said that the moon is an illusion, that gravity is really centrifugal force, and that a horizontal line on the earth's surface eventually intersects the earth's upward curvature. We like to think that if he were alive today he would junk some of his earlier predictions to conform to inverse geometry, thereby keeping his theory irrefutable. The centrifugal-force idea is demonstrably false. If it were so, there would be two points on the earth's surface where the force disappeared -- along the axis of spin. It is gravity of a peculiar kind that pulls us all to the outside. Teed's rectilineator experiment must have been in error. A line that appears horizontal actually curves in toward the center and so gets farther and farther "above" the surface. Teed would have embraced Einstein's view of a finite, bounded universe in which light travels in circles and eventually returns to its starting point. An infinitely powered telescope aimed straight up, Einstein said, will eventually produce a view of the other side of the earth. That idea might seem paradoxical to most of us, but it would have been intuitively obvious to Cyrus Teed. ... the Australian Journal _Speculations in Science and Technology_ has published an article by Mostafa A Abdelkader, of Alexandria, Egypt, that considers in all seriousness the proposal that we really *are* in a hollow Earth. Abdelkader says that the only way to test the theory's validity is to drill a tunnel straight through the earth. Until such an experiment is performed, he writes, "it seems ... that the odds are strongly in favor of [a hollow Earth] being our actual universe."


Tough cookie to crumble.....
I am getting the feeling i am not such an HTML star..



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