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Originally posted by weedwhacker
To suggest that material (rock) would somehow, when molten, form a "shell", rather than a solid ball is...well, outside the realm of reality, frankly.
Originally posted by Sparky63
I am no op and have no business saying this but I did stay in a Holiday Inn Express last night. Carry on good fellows!
In various posts in this thread, I am accused of trying to say leading scientists of our day are wrong....I could not even attempt to do this - I am just showing that many scientists have different opinions and we are dealing in ever changing/evolving theory - therefore I am always amazed when people are so blinkered because they know the "facts" - they don't! and no amount of personal, unfounded/unjustified attack (Mobius) makes them appear cleverer
I wonder how deep this tube, or skylight goes. How are these things even formed?
Does the lava come out from under the surface and essentialy spurts out?
I need to do some more research on this, and also how "sky lights" are formed.
Either way I do agree that this could be used as a natural underground refuge during crazy cosmic activity.
Originally posted by amari
reply to post by Phage
Looking at the right edge of the Hole standing by it's lonesome is a
structure that looks like a very tall dark building with a gabled roof.^Y^
[edit on 28-6-2010 by amari]
Originally posted by JohnPhoenix
The Moon is hollow just as The Earth is hollow.
On Earth there are many places with very large seemingly bottomless holes. There are many places with very large and expansive underground hollowed out domes and caves, passage ways.
For the hollow Moon theory to be true, that does not mean the entire moon is all 100% hollow.
Just like the earth, the Moon can have huge hollow areas close to the surface. These can be hollow enough to support claims of deep underground bases - just like man has made on earth.
Anything you can propose a hollow moon theory for, can be done with hollow areas such as these. Therefore Yes, the Moon can be hollow.