posted on Feb, 10 2012 @ 09:31 PM
A hollow Earth would completely disregard much of known geophysical science. There are even really simple ideas that cast doubt on this theory. First,
we know that there are tons of volcanoes that have magma descending miles upon miles into the Earth.
Another simple idea that makes one question this idea is that of gravity. Science knows how to calculate gravity using mathematics, therefore the mass
of the Earth is known...If the Earth were hollow, this figure would change and scientists would be wondering why the Earth isn't much denser. So
basically, if the Earth were hollow, there would be tons upon tons of missing matter within the Earth itself.
And it is crazy to think that there is actually a STAR inside the Earth, for those who actually believe that. The Earth would have been destroyed long
ago if this were the case. Then there is the magnetic filed of the Earth, which is created by the molten core. If the Earth were hollow, this magnetic
force would not be observable.
That is just the tip of the iceberg for ideas disproving the hollow Earth idea. There are just too many things that would be much different if this
idea were correct.