posted on Nov, 12 2012 @ 12:08 PM
As far as how a hollow earth would work I'm not sure...the thought has ALWAYS intrigued me because its so easily and commonly dismissed and I find
those type of things to be the most mind blowing truths...anyway...
Testing some of the hollow earth theory is possible. Drilling 800 miles into the ground and measuring the pressure levels past that point would be a
good experiment of theory. If the pressure decreases past 800 miles into the earths surface....that would be some pretty convincing evidence...if it
continued to increase well then....probably no hollow earth.
drilling 800 miles into the surface of the earth would be pretty mind blowing in and of itself that is for sure...
The other interesting part of a hollow earth concept is if you looked at earth as more of a bubble of mass instead of a sphere of it.
IF the pressure decreases past 800 miles then one could theorize that the true center of the "earth" would be similar to space. Everything would want
to explode...there would be very little pressure the only difference being this would be a very contained low pressure area where as the low pressure
of space is unbound with limitless space.
We all know hydrogen is the LIGHTEST element and therefor would naturally rise to the low pressure zone in the center of the earth....Hydrogen is also
combustible...it simply needs a heat source....The main difference being that the abundance of hydrogen in our upper atmosphere is diluted the
hydrogen at the center of the earth would be concentrated like a powder keg....could possibly make a sun like heat/light source
Interesting to think about for sure....
As above so below...
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