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Originally posted by LonelyGuy
Who ever thinks there is a star in the earth needs to get their heads examined now. because if that were true we would all be melting.
Originally posted by PhoenixOD
So if the 80% of the earth is hollow and theres life on the inside where does the lava come from and what keeps it hot?
Also how do you account for the level of gravity we have on the planet. Without all the mass of the earth what keeps the water from floating into space?
Originally posted by UltraDOSEcious
If Earth is hollow, how do we measure earthquakes through it? We can even measure the density of different layers of the Earth based on the amount of time it takes for the waves to travel through the Earth. The P-waves of earthquakes can't travel through air, yet can be measured on the other side of the planet, hence solid Earth.edit on 11-2-2012 by UltraDOSEcious because: jusmembered
“There is no way to measure the temperature at the Earth's core directly. We know from mines and drill holes that, near the surface of the Earth, the temperature increases by about 1 degree Fahrenheit for every 60 feet in depth. If this temperature increase continued to the centre of the Earth, the Earth's core would be 100,000 degrees Celsius! But nobody believes the Earth is that hot; the temperature increase must slow down with depth and the core is probably about 3000 to 5000 degrees Celsius. This estimate of the temperature is derived from theoretical modeling and laboratory experiments. This work is very difficult (and speculative) since nobody can reproduce in a laboratory the high temperatures and pressures that exist in the core. Also it is not known exactly what the core is made of.” Grant, www.newton.dep.anl.gov...
What do you guys think about the theory? No need to call me crazy or anything ignorant. I am no scientist
Originally posted by tpaine1809
The ideas are based around the idea that modern science is wrong. Using modern science to try to debunk it makes no freaking sense so why waste the time? I will answer as many questions as I can. I want questions but the personal attacks are the utter disregard for an idea will go ignored.
Originally posted by PhoenixOD
reply to post by tpaine1809
I think your a bit confused , gravity is not magnetism.
Since your questions are roughly the same, I'll answer them both at once. Gravity and magnetism are not the same thing. In fact, they are completely separate forces. Gravity is a force that acts between any two objects with mass. No matter what they are made of, both objects get pulled towards each other just because they have mass.
Also if the star in the middle is the cause of the lava that goes against your flat earth theory as people wouldnt have been able to walk into the middle part.
edit on 10-2-2012 by PhoenixOD because: (no reason given)
"this earth reality exists in a hyperdimensional simulation that is flexible enough to model an earth/horizon/atmosphere/space system that can shift between concave, flat, and convex -- as apparent to any simulant (us). it is also flexible enough to simultaneously convey different models to different individuals. and it is not a question of whether an individual can choose a particular parameter (concave, convex) at a given time.. rather the individual IS the system he/she experiences. if you have [recall having] experienced ONLY convexity during your existence, then the simulation is "playing dumb" with a simple, fixed world model. think "the matrix". physical reality (and the natural laws that SEEM to govern its behavior and evolution) is as dreamlike and vaporous as the changing ZEROS and ONES in your favorite first-person videogame."