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My unexpected discovery. The Hollow Earth Theory.

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posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 06:38 PM
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People lie. Proof it.
They can say everything but where is the proof.

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You know I'm just screwin with you. Right ?


[edit on 6/25/2010 by Sinter Klaas]




posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 07:19 PM
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The North Pole moves. Those photos show the geological north pole, as decided by people of their times. 10 years form now and 10 years ago, it was in a totally different location.

What are the chances that when Google Earth took the photos it correlates to the exact time of the hole "formed" there? Whereas if its always been there, the North Pole would be FAAAAR away at its birth.

[edit on 25-6-2010 by Gorman91]



posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 07:35 PM
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Originally posted by wavemaker
Time to open your eyes to the truth that is purposely hidden from us.

If it's hidden how could you find those images?


As I said before, that happens when joining the photos from polar orbit satellites, because their orbit is not really polar (they don't pass over the poles), so they don't get photos covering that area. I don't know if they painted the missing data with white for the south pole, but that's why we can see a circle (either black or white) on almost all satellite images of both poles.



posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 08:30 PM
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hi all,

just saw this on Gizmodo.

step 1: get someone in antarctica on a clear day to do this:
weather balloon camera

step 2: collect the device after it's done its job

step 3: check the pics+vid, thus hollow earth entrance theory solved!

however i don't know if you'd legally be allowed to launch one of these in it's airspace, though it should (with some luck) capture most of the continent. hopefully the pole/supposed entrance. what does everyone think?



posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 08:34 PM
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Originally posted by weedwhacker
reply to post by JR MacBeth
 


Sorry...it wasn't convincing...your Hollow Moon, nor hollow ANY planet or planetoid notion.

You glossed over ... Whoosh!... the density matter, and gravitational acceleration calculations, and acted as if they could be waved away, and dismissed!

:shk: Might work on those that are willing to suspend belief, because you promise YOUR snake oil is superior to the one being sold up the street....


Good OLD Weedwhacker...Well, first of all, the Moon is probably the most anomalous object in the universe, and the fact that it's right next door, is pretty amazing. Of course it just "can't" be hollow, no planets can! Because you have someone's calculations (and THEY ARE SMART!)! Because NO planets are hollow! Because it just CAN'T be "artificial" (that one really sticks in your craw).

OK, fine, HOWEVER, as far as glossing over the many accepted calculations made with reference to practical gravitational assumptions, I hardly "waved" them away. Read it again. What I did was acknowledge the usefulness of the standard model (if you will), but I further compared it to quantum mechanics. As you are surly aware, quantum mechanics allows our physicists to make all sorts of useful calculations (essentially using statistics), about the quantum world. But no one pretends to know "why" QM works, it just does. We may very well have a similar situation with gravity.

I would in no way want to humble the venerable weedwhacker of course, but could you perhaps consider that the idea that "gravity" remains one of the most enigmatic concepts in all of physics? Sure, we all think we know what it means, but when you try and explain it, it dissolves. We try and get at it through theoretical ideas, like "gravitons", but you know that no one has ever seen one, right?

Newton had it all figured out...NOT. Einstein came along and really upset the applecart when he suggested that one of Newton's sacred constants (time) was in fact relative. Experiments show Einstein was right, but my guess is that if you lived a hundred years ago, we all would have heard the loudest laughs out of you. Poor Einstein, so open minded his brains fell out! Yeah. Listen to Kandinsky, get outside the box a bit, you might find the air is refreshing.

You probably already know (and scoff at) the idea that "gravity" is now being considered within the concept of a "holographic" universe. In this "informational" context, gravity becomes an emergent "entropic force". Of course, the idea of anything truly "emergent" is anathema to your first principle, that such "obvious forces" like gravity, couldn't possibly be emergent! Imagine my friend, if even your very first principle is wrong, how can you be sure of anything else after that? And you have the chutzpah to boldly assert that ideas, such as the Hollow Moon, are "snake oil"??

All of us need a fair amount of humility, if we are ever going to get to the bottom of these mysteries. Yes, I will reiterate. It IS rather mysterious that we are not allowed to really see the poles. YES, we can all just assume there are super secret military bases, or recall the time we thought we flew over (pretty darn close to!) the pole, etc., but we're fooling ourselves if we are satisfied with all that.

Last thing. Some may have recently heard that one of the moons of Mars is said to be not only "hollow", but "artificial". Take a look at that interview of "ancient astronaut" Buzz Aldrin excitedly talking about the "monolith" on Phobos, and suggesting that "someone" must have put it there. And we really should listen to him, because Buzz is even older than Weedwhacker!

JR



posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 08:58 PM
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Just the other day i was researching what really is under the ocean and then suddenly came upon your awesme post! I enjoy the way you niether agree nor disagree just present the facts. You mentioned the SG-3 dig, which conclude that there was nothing down there as it goes... this whole idea just reminded me of the Emerald Tablet, which states "as above so below, so below as above"...once i research the connections between the emarld tablet and the hollow earth theoory i will post something...thanks for expanding my horizon....




posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 09:17 PM
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I like the way you talk, it's less confrontational then one gets used to on a website like this one.

The Hollow Earth theory, I've heard of it and read the secret diary of admiral Byrd, as well as his Biography 'Alone' which covers the time he spent manning an antarctic research station. I too find it funny that the hollow earth theory is skated over by Wikipedia.

However, there is a single thing which keeps me from considering the testimony of Mr. Byrd, an anomaly I found while reading his supposed diary, I will quote the piece which is bothering me:

"215 Hours- A radio message comes through. 'We are leaving you now, Admiral, your controls are free. Auf Wiedersehen!!!!' We watched for a moment as the flugelrads disappeared into the pale blue sky."

Now, it is mentioned before that the inhabitants of the inner planet are German in characteristics. It even goes so far as to say their crafts are branded with a form of swastika.
the words "Auf Wiedersehen" as we know mean 'good-bye' in German.

The thing that bothers me is, how would admiral Byrd, having not learned the German language, have been able to recall and repeat, with exact spelling, a German phrase?
If you had been through such an ordeal and upon leaving someone shouted to you in a forign language, would you be able to write that phrase down in a diary several hours, or days, later with exact accuracy?

I think not. I would think that he might have written down what the words sounded like, or made a reference to having heard them before, but having him know how to speel such a specific German phrase by happenstance, I find it difficult to believe.



posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 09:18 PM
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With regards to Gravity. This is something that came up when I was in the group with Jan Lamprecht. I couldn't even begin to tell you where this information came from because it's been so long ago. During those times most of our research came from Newsgroups, Gopher and FTP sites, either the web wasn't around then or it hadn't become a factor yet on the internet, our group was based on Compuserve at that time which was more like a large BBS.

Anyway here's abit of info that came up I'll never forget because it sort of boggled my mind as well as it may yours. There was an experiment done in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan which is famous for it's Copper and Iron ore mines. There were two vertical mineshafts, each one mile in depth with a connecting tunnel at this mile in depth, what the distance was between these shafts I can't recall. There were Pendulums suspended down these two vertical shafts to the depth of one mile. A measurement was taken between the two Pendulums at the surface level, and a measurement was taken at the level one mile depth level. You might be inclined to think the measurement of the Pendulum at the one mile depth would be less than the surface measurement but it wasn't, the measurement was 4" more than the surface measurement. We triangulated this to a point 4000 miles into Space to the apex. So now we thought at that time maybe gravity was a pressure and not an attraction. Go Figure!

Now that was freaking out everyone in the group at that time, I don't know what the academics and scientists had eventually determined on this experiment. As I said before I was only in this group for a year or a little more as the guys were just smoking me with all kinds of math and equations that looked more like hieroglyphics to me, I had to bust my ass to get a passing grade in High School Physics...lol

Movement of the North Pole: This could be true as we're talking about water and not a solid land mass like the South Pole. In the group we had determined that the Magnetic North Pole would move or rotate around the Hole. It seems that many of the early explorers would encounter discrepancies in navigation, this would explain why one explorer would designate one point to be the North Pole and another explorer would designate it to be miles away at another point. Now these guys weren't stupid as they had to be accomplished navigators to get where they were.


[edit on 25-6-2010 by Boomer1941]



posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 09:20 PM
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My bible actually says this:

Gij zult geen gesneden beeld maken,noch enige gestalte van wat boven in de hemel, noch van wat beneden op de aarde, noch van wat er in de wateren onder de aarde is.

Translation :

You shall not create a cut image or statue ( Both are possible ) nor from any form or image or being ( all possible ) from what there is above in the sky, nor from what is down on the earth, nor from what there is in the waters below the earth.



posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 09:22 PM
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Or you could get a guy, with a camera to walk around at the actual south pole.


Hey wait, I didn't see a hole at the pole. maybe he missed something.



Surely Michael Palin wouldn't lie to us.

Have at it children.



posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 09:25 PM
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Well. The changes are that byrd was a descendant from a German ancestor or even more directly by a or several grandparents.



posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 09:41 PM
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Hollow Earth Entrance?




posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 10:17 PM
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Originally posted by Snowi
Hollow Earth Entrance?


Now that could be the real deal and it's all theory. You've got cloud cover and light. Theoretically the light is generated from the Inner Sun. This light would also be the same light as what we know to be the Northern Lights or Aurora Borealis, the traditional explanation for the Aurora Borealis has always been a lame one.



posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 11:14 PM
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No.
An animation by this guy:
www.youtube.com.../u



posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 11:15 PM
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Then why is it that the aurora are not constant? Why do they only appear during periods of geomagnetic activity? Why, during periods of extreme activity, can they be seen at mid latitudes?


[edit on 6/25/2010 by Phage]



posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 11:43 PM
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Anyway here's abit of info that came up I'll never forget because it sort of boggled my mind as well as it may yours. There was an experiment done in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan which is famous for it's Copper and Iron ore mines. There were two vertical mineshafts, each one mile in depth with a connecting tunnel at this mile in depth, what the distance was between these shafts I can't recall. There were Pendulums suspended down these two vertical shafts to the depth of one mile. A measurement was taken between the two Pendulums at the surface level, and a measurement was taken at the level one mile depth level. You might be inclined to think the measurement of the Pendulum at the one mile depth would be less than the surface measurement but it wasn't, the measurement was 4" more than the surface measurement. We triangulated this to a point 4000 miles into Space to the apex. So now we thought at that time maybe gravity was a pressure and not an attraction. Go Figure!


Very interesting

I found a cool page discussing this: www.lhup.edu...



posted on Jun, 26 2010 @ 12:25 AM
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You're thread ate mine about the hollow Earth theory.


Great job on the details and research, like I said totally blew mine out of the water. A definite thanks for so much more research
and a not so much thanks for really making me look lazy


Anyway's, I would love to actually find out that the hollow Earth existed. I mean, how convenient would that be? Crazy-smart ancestors living below us?! However, it's hard to get the head around the existing "facts". Anyone care to fly up there any time? Please take me with you!



posted on Jun, 26 2010 @ 12:53 AM
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Well one this is for sure, a hollow earth would be a much better use of space then a solid sphere heh



posted on Jun, 26 2010 @ 12:53 AM
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Don't sweat it. It took me a while before I understood that it is way more fun and better appreciated, when you push a little extra effort on a topic.

Ohh... You also need time. a lot.

Thank you and you are welcome.


The next big eye catcher can just as well come from you.

I'm looking forward that the day.


See you around.



posted on Jun, 26 2010 @ 01:36 AM
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Originally posted by JR MacBeth
Earlier in this thread I mentioned the Hollow Moon. Hollow planets in general, they may be the "key" to a greater overall understanding of nature. "If" the planets, earth, the moon are hollow, than all the physics and math some of these posters are throwing out, is meaningless.

Ah! So there lies the rub! If the Earth, Moon and the planets were hollow, then it follows that rocks and mountains must be hollow too? After all, the planets and moons are nothing but chunks of rock formed by a process of accretion. And mother Earth is nothing but a large rock, the third from the sun!!


That said, the question that arises is, how could naturally formed objects in space be hollow from the inside? Doesn't stand to logical reasoning, does it?
Unless of course they were hollowed out by them ubiquitous alien critters!




[edit on 26-6-2010 by OrionHunterX]



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