posted on Aug, 29 2006 @ 03:50 PM
Uhh... yeah. Of course.
You and me both agree that someone created the universe. You think it was satan, i think it was his opposite. However, God must have been more
powerful than satan to create everything else, am i right? Well then, if he is all powerful, all present and all knwoing, wouldnt he be able to go
back in time to stop satan from creating the universe? But if he couldn't, could satan have been powerful enough to stop God form creating himself?
Your argument of satan is self refuting. Truth is, God created God, and God created satan. Then God created the universe for satan to infest. God also
created the laws of physics that are constant throughout the universe. Anyway, enough theology.
next, there's a hole in your hollow earth theory (no pun intended)
Tell me, how do you explain the dispersion of seismic P waves caused by earthquakes that are detected on the other side of the earth? These waves
radiate vectorally, meaning out in all directions as opposed to curving around the surface of our SOLID planet. They can travel through solid and
liquid, but not gas and defenitely not vacuum.
If the earth's interior was hollow, these P waves would be untraceable on the other side of the earth, however their presence is very real. Besides
the way these vectoral waves curve while travelling through the earth indicates a very very thick liquid mantle, and a solid core
I'm not even going to stick my nose into the whole center of gravity being near the surface: standard physics defies such a thing. If you want, I can
prove it. I will just need to look into my twelfth grade physics homework, and I really don't feel like doing that.