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Debunk Hollow Earth Once & For All! Only $20K

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posted on Aug, 3 2006 @ 09:41 PM
Departure date is scheduled for June 26, 2007

Voyage to Our Hollow Earth

Would you be interested in a once-in-a-lifetime chance to discover Our Hollow Earth first hand? If so, we invite you to join us for an expedition to the North Pole with Steve Currey, one of the leading river explorers in the world!

Indigenous Eskimos believe that there is a hole in the Arctic Ocean and observations by several Arctic explorers like Olaf Jansen and Rear Admiral Richard Evelyn Byrd, U.S.N., who claim to have seen mirages of exposed land near the North Pole, indicate that the most plausible location for an opening is located at 84.4 N Latitude, 141 E Longitude.

Steve Currey's Expedition Company has chartered the Russian Nuclear IceBreaker YAMAL, to take 100 adventurers to the North Pole for an expedition to conduct scientific observations that could resolve once and for all whether the Hollow Earth Theory has any validity!

Voyage to Hollow Earth

Well, if I was rich and didn't have anything going on, I think I'd be up for this. You can debunk hollow earth or CONFIRM it!!! If it's all a crock, it would be an interesting vacation.

Price List & Reservation Form!

Any takers?

posted on Aug, 3 2006 @ 09:45 PM
Itinerary -

Day 1 Depart for Moscow, Russia. You will need to arrange your own airfare to Moscow.
Day 2 Arrive in Moscow. You will be staying at the Hotel Rossiya (Russia) located by St. Basil's Cathedral. Spend the rest of the day sightseeing Moscow.
Day 3 Finish your sightseeing of Moscow in morning. You will take an afternoon flight to Murmansk, Russia where we will board the Russian Icebreaker YAMAL.
Days 4-7 Enjoy yourself en route to North Pole on the YAMAL.
Day 8 Spend the day at the North Pole and even call home to talk to family or friends!
Days 9-11 Start the search for the North Polar Opening to the Inner Continent.
Days 12-14 Once found, travel up Hiddekel River to City of Jehu. *
Days 15-16 Take a monorail trip to City of Eden to visit Palace of the King of the Inner World.
Days 17-18 Return trip back to City of Jehu on the monorail. We will then continue our journey through the North Polar Opening, on board the Yamal, for the return trip home.
Days 19-23 Enjoy the trip back to Murmansk.
Day 24 Catch a flight from Murmansk to Moscow. You can then catch your connecting flight back to your hometown.


Trip Information

At Murmansk, Russia, (at about 33 E Longitude, 69 N Latitude) expedition members will board a world class Nuclear Icebreaker, a literal motel on ice, with the utmost in comfort and amenities, that has 75,000 horsepower, and cuts through the arctic ice like butter. Our first stop will be the geographic North Pole north of Franz Josef Land.

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I'll happily go on someone else's behalf if they can stump up the $20K

posted on Aug, 3 2006 @ 09:56 PM
Hell yes I'd go! I've got 23 dollars, anyone wanna sponsor me for the rest?
If anything, it'd be a fun trip.

posted on Aug, 3 2006 @ 10:00 PM
I really would go if I had the cash.

Best Case Scenario:

there are NO GUARANTEES that this expedition will reach Inner earth. The expedition will make a good faith effort to locate the North Polar Opening and enter therein

Worst Case Scenario:

is that we visit the geographic North Pole, explore the region, and continue on to the New Siberian Islands.

Fair enough! I'd still go. Never going to the north pole otherwise.

posted on Aug, 3 2006 @ 10:09 PM
Why get back on the boat Id take the kings monorail

posted on Sep, 14 2006 @ 07:44 AM
Maybe everyone here at ATS should donate like 10 bucks and send someone. Then we could all find out the truth! It would sure help my ongoing thread about the hollow earth.

posted on Sep, 23 2006 @ 07:46 PM
Why would someone waste 20k trying to find something that's not there? it's just like the people who PERSIST still in trying to prove that the earth is flat. When it clearly isn't. You're not going to get an objective viewpoint from this journey nomatter how you look at it. It's like the fundamentalist christian 'archaeologists'. Upon actually finding the Dinosaurs they'd loudly proclaimed weren't there, they swiftly revised some bits and turned them all into 'evidence' of the flood.

posted on Sep, 25 2006 @ 07:41 AM

If you could kindly prove to me that it’s not there I would greatly appreciate it.

posted on Sep, 25 2006 @ 09:21 AM
It's oppurtunities like this that make me want to start saving some cash up.
Alas, I can't find any work.

Anyhoo, there must be some rich ATSer's out there that could go! (and take me)

posted on Sep, 25 2006 @ 09:37 AM
Forget it...go to antartica.
Explore there, see what you find. :-)



posted on Sep, 25 2006 @ 09:37 AM
If $20K didn't make such a dent in the bank account, it would be worth a punt. I think it would be interesting, even if, as we suspect, nothing will be found.

Does anyone know why the ocean doesn't just empty into the earth if there is a huge hole in it?

posted on Sep, 25 2006 @ 11:02 AM
Maybe because its frozen solid, or maybe the hole goes up like a mountain and then drops down like a volcano.

posted on Sep, 25 2006 @ 12:29 PM
I sure wouldnt want to waist 20 grand going to the middle of nowhere, only to see some seals playing on the ice.

Now if they were going to 78.5 N 157.5 N, in stead of 84.4 N Latitude, 141 E Longitude, I might be interested.

[edit on 25-9-2006 by All Seeing Eye]

posted on Sep, 28 2006 @ 04:54 AM
But we all know that Earth is hollow. Its just that at the moment the emptiness is filled with liquid rock, renamed 'lava' when it surface. Once we pump out all that liquid rock there is nothing else inside.

But if we do that (pump out the liquid) Earth will be crushed by the first asteroid that falls down, because of no pressure inside. It would be like an egg without anything inside...

posted on Sep, 28 2006 @ 09:40 AM
What if the inner-earthlings react violently to the intrusion by such a large vessel full of people and decide to vaporize that ass? Shouldn't passengers have to sign a "if you die it is not our fault" waiver to go on this "most perilous" adventure?

and its a nuclear powere icebreaker at that -- what if the explosion causes a hole to blow through the outer Earth, disrupting the gravitational field as we know it and destroying mankind?


[edit on 28-9-2006 by runetang]

posted on Sep, 28 2006 @ 10:05 AM
"A fool and their money are soon parted!" Anyone who would be willing to pay 20K to travel to the North Pole to look for something that could be so easily proved for less money is, well, a fool! Why not just charter a flight over said coordinates and see if it is even there first? I suspect that it is not there at all as the theory itself makes almost no sense.

posted on Sep, 28 2006 @ 11:20 AM
Presumably, everyone would think differently if someone stumped up the $20k for you.

Anyway, it's US Dollars. In the UK, thats about thirty quid.

[edit on 28/9/06 by Prote]

posted on Sep, 28 2006 @ 04:01 PM
speaking of U.K. money, if one were paying for this trip with "pounds sterling", what the hell does that really mean? Enlighten this foolish Angle tribesmen who's forefathers got caught up in a silly independance war, leaving me stranded in the land of teh sux.

Like, does pound sterling mean pounds OF sterling SILVER? or does it mean a percentage of a pound of sterling silver? or is it even related to silver at all? is sterling just a fancy word to throw after pounds, or is there something to do with silver?

Before you call me stupid, I know 20 pounds isnt 20 literal pounds of sterling silver. But is that a silent percentile, like 20 pounds being 0.0020 or 0.00020 or some such of a pound of sterling silver?

You must admit my ignorance is quite charming.

posted on Sep, 28 2006 @ 09:06 PM
I remember this site from some years ago, they have been taking people there for a few years now.

Where the pics? What have they found so far?

I haven't heard any results from people that went. I'm sure if they found the hole they would have told everyone.*/

posted on Sep, 28 2006 @ 09:27 PM
The link you posted is to an archive. If you remove that stuff from the URL, its the same site I referenced in the original post.

It was talking about a trip next year (2007), I haven't seen mention of previous trips by the same group, if so, perhaps we can assume a failed attempt or they wouldn't bother going back.

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