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Originally posted by Illustronic
If you are seriously interested to see what is at the north pole, why not book one of the many excursions available and go there yourself! That is of course if you believe that the excursions are honestly factual.
Originally posted by muzzleflash
Also to the person suggesting the Earth is flat, I have a question.
Why can't we see the Sun 24hours a day? (Thus making the day last forever)?
Originally posted by WielderOfTheSwordOfTruth
reply to post by TheLieWeLive
Pretty interesting theory, that the centrifugal force would push out material hollowing the earth making the planet "grow", it could explain the slow drift of the continents, like how in the mid-Atlantic, as the continents move apart at the atlanic ridge, lava comes up from the crack and hardens in the cold ocean to make more land, magma could be the pulverized melted material being pushed out.
But now I'm thinking, if this is true and there is nothing at earths core than what is gravity? What is keeping the earth together at all? Its my understanding mass produces gravity, higher mass means higher gravitational pull on other objects, and that all of earths land material and water and minerals are all "stuck" to this ball because this ball(earth) has a very heavy mass in its core.
So I'm thinking that the centrifugal force would have to be a lot stronger to pull all of earths materials away from its core because gravity wants to fill that hole with all the billions of tons of material pressing down on it. If the force was strong enough to do it, enough to hollow out the core, then I think the planet would already have been ripped apart and thrown into space, because I think if the outward force(centrifugal) overcomes the inward force(gravity) then the land masses will no longer be bound to anything.
Does this make sense to the psychics science people here? I'm drawing my information mostly from memory of high school education, I went to a 3D game design collage haha
Why are simpletons who probably should be on medication not going to college (like I did) and majoring in Math and Physics (like I did) and actually learning something instead of running this world back into the 3rd Century by their incredible ignorance."
Originally posted by Liberterius
reply to post by gmac10001
I do not lie, I've had highschool students more enlightened than most of the posters in here. If I need to tell you the world is not flat I don't need to be civil about it, you need education or eradication. You're ruining our planet and are a waste of space if you are that uneducated.
You're ruining our planet and are a waste of space if you are that uneducated.
Originally posted by inthemass
Here is a photo of the North Pole from May 5, 2000.
A Hollow Earth would be great, yet i doubt it's real.edit on 4-3-2011 by inthemass because: add
Originally posted by Liberterius
If you people think the earth is hollow and we're ruled by reptiles, even though every planet visible to us is spherical and solid, then you truly are pathetic morons. 'Why are there no pictures of the North Pole"? I think the real question would be "Why are simpletons who probably should be on medication not going to college (like I did) and majoring in Math and Physics (like I did) and actually learning something instead of running this world back into the 3rd Century by their incredible ignorance." Get a life.
1. To perceive directly; grasp in the mind with clarity or certainty.