posted on Dec, 8 2007 @ 10:52 AM
Originally posted by depth om
This would make such a cool movie. I'm up for the journey.
You're joking, right? Ever hear of "Journey to the Center of the Earth"? It's like one of the most famous movies ever!
Anyway, it's times like these that I wish I was a billionaire. Because these are the kinds of missions that I would fund and go on myself. I'm not
exactly sure there is a "hollow Earth" persay, but I believe that there is at least some very enormous pockets down there. I also subscribe to the
theory that a lot of the creatures we hear about like Bigfoot and the Loch Ness Monster actually come from these underground worlds. I personally
believe that the majority of UFO sightings are not alien, but are from this planet. I believe they come from civilizations below our oceans and/or
inside our Earth. Now, whether or not there is an entire civilization that calls our ocean floors or the inside of our Earth our home, or whether it
is just alien visitors or Earthlings from the future who have a large base down there, is still debatable in my mind.
I really think that for the sake of logistics and costs, that if this mission is ever to take place, we need to focus more on other possible entrances
located in the United States. The costs involved with going to the North Pole in a ship that is equipped for that, and with the proper equipment
(like underwater cameras and deep submersable vehicles) and those who know how to operate that equipment, plus all of the other things we'd need, are
going to be astronomical. I think we're dreaming if we think that we can all just put some money together and it will be enough to pull this thing
off. We're also being completely unrealistic if we expect some millionaire to just voluntarily fund a mission that basically amounts to the dreams
of a few random internet message board posters with no real experience in the field.
And we definitely need this sophisticated kind of equipment. Taking a trip all the way to the North Pole and having it turn out to just be nothing
but ocean would be very disappointing. So we're going to need the kind of equipment necessary to send down cameras and sonar and other equipment
towards the bottom of the ocean there. Does anyone here even know how deep it is there (not including the hollow earth depth)?
Anyway, with all that in mind, we need to be realistic here. It's all right to dream and all, but we need to start by taking baby steps. And I
think that begins by first forming a group and researching as much as possible. We need to look for possible entrances throughout the US, and perhaps
have individual groups of people who are located near those potential entrances do their own exploring, and then go from there.
I just think starting off with a trip to the North Pole is financially unrealistic. Plus, people who own the kind of boat and the kind of equipment
we need take their jobs and the safety of their equipment extremely seriously. They aren't about to just let a bunch of novices looking for a Hollow
Earth put their extremely expensive equipment at risk over what could amount to being a fable. I think it would be really nice if we could recruit
some members who are actually in these fields and also are interested in the Hollow Earth theory. Those who search ship wrecks or hunt treasure in
the oceans would probably be the ideal people for us. They would have the knowledge and the contacts in the field that we would need. Maybe someone
who is involved in deep ocean drilling and ocean oil rigs could also be good for our group. They'd know a lot about what is on the ocean floor as
far as material, depth, etc.