Originally posted by GerhardSA
Thinking there is another world with its own little sun(as some claim, with blue, green yellow men, aliens etc....as the OP might suggest in original
post) in the middle is not even a educated guess..thats plain fantacy and just crazy....
We go by what we know as "theoretical fact" (produced by science) and from what we can observe.
Ok, ok, I'll pway awong.
Theoretical fact, whenever we have dug below the surface of our Earth, we have found tunnels, caverns and cave systems. The crust makes up 1% of
Earths volume. We haven't been through anymore than a third of it, if I remember. And where we have been, there have been many caverns, tunnels and
Same with relativity, string theory, quantim Mech's etc...we go by what we observe of nature and the universe, and we theorise on how it
works, and relativety and quantim is pretty close i would say, not perfect...but close, but they are far closer that this crazy theory...
If I would've told you 20, 30 years ago that an atom at one end of the universe, could 'feel' it when another atom, at the opposite end was
'tickled' excited, whatever, you would've told me I was crazy.
On a side note, I don't think we are anywhere near understanding how our reality/world/universe works. I accept Quantum mechanics, string theory and
relativity for what they are, a step in progression. Each one will lwad to more questions we can't answer and with each one, our understanding will
grow, just a little bit more.
Saying the earth is hollow with another world (wonderland type thing) deep inside the crust.....i can only...!
Abselutely no facts involved in that so called theory, but in the iron core, malton rock layer...there is more evidence of this.
Hollow Earth is a misnomer if you ask me, it was coined when I think it was when that Olaf dude drew a picture, he drew it as the Earth, with the sun
in the middle. Personally, I think this was a mistake on his part, IF
he did 'go down there' I believe what he saw was a merely an enormous
cavern, and due to it's size, he thought it was the Earth itself, maybe the 'ceiling' couldn't be seen, who knows? But a honey-combed Earth is
alot more probable than a hollow Earth, or even a solid Earth. Don't forget, we build on precedent, and the precedent has been set.
As for the aliens and such, fair enough, there is zero evidence. You could say that all the DUMB's stories could be linked to this, or the Dulce
wars, but in all honesty, I can't say this is evidence. It was just stories that interested me. Am I going to sit here and say it's all rubbish? No,
I have no idea, so I keep and open mind.
As for exotic life down there? Most definitely. We have seen that life can exist Anywhere
. Chernobyl reactor? Fungi using radiation as a source
of energy rather than photosynthesis (or light should I say), bottom of the ocean floor? yup, Volcanoes? yup. So exotic plants and creatures, oh hell
yes. As for dinosaurs and such? Maybe. I could suppose that before they were completely wiped out, they may have fled into some cave systems to avoid
whatever happened, but again, no evidence or the infamous 'proof', just an idea. Humanoids? Again, maybe. Fled underground to avooid ice-ages,
decided to stay and have since evolved to suit there surroundings.
Mayne there is a hole in the north pole of the sun as well with a wonderous world in there as well....COME ON!
Undecided on whether there is a hole in the pole, but since I have never been there to see it (or not see it) I won't sit here and say it doesn't
exist, or does.
This topic belongs in BTS in my opinion...(not trying to fight...just saying)
[edit on 4-8-2009 by GerhardSA]
[edit on 4-8-2009 by GerhardSA]
My point is, all this is entirely plausible when viewed from the right perspective, it is no great leap of imagination.
Also, I'd like to add, imagine the volume of some of these caverns?! for instance, say 1 mile cubed. From our perspective, it ain't great. 1 mile
squared? We can only build on the land, but underground, in a cavern? With the techonology and the will, every inch of surface area in that cavern
could be built on. Now imagine caverns the size of city's, countries, continents?! That's alot of space to play around with, more so than the
surface I'd say.
Anyway, they really need to change the name of Hollow Earth theory, so many people reject it outright through knee jerk reaction because they can't
comprehend a hollow earth. It offends their sensibilities.
[edit on 12-8-2009 by ElectroMagnetic Multivers]