What would happen if the earth were hollow?

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posted on Mar, 10 2013 @ 02:42 PM
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"Northern Lights" happen in other parts of the world too. It's just very very rare. The reason why we see them in the first place is because there are two "holes" in the magnetic field. These two "holes" are right at the poles. As the sun is pushing the solar radiation and solar wind at us, some of it seeps into these "holes" causing the auroras or "northern lights."




posted on Mar, 10 2013 @ 03:19 PM
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Originally posted by TheLieWeLive
I wondered how the Earth could function if it was truly hollow and not just giant caverns so I set out to understand a few key elements and came up with a theory. I'm sure there are errors but here goes.

What if the center of the Earth was a ball of Hydrogen? A mini-Sun.

The Earth rotates at roughly 1000 miles an hour. Anything spinning causes centrifugal force which draws everything away from the center of the spinning mass. Think of a potters wheel while making a clay bowl.

The Earth has a good amount of water on her surface and no telling how much is under it. Water is made up of Hydrogen and Oxygen gases, both highly flammable in their purest forms.

Hydrogen has been proven to transmit magnetism. link

Hydrogen is one of the lightest gases. In a gas centrifuge, a device used to separate gas ions, lighter gases gravitate to the center as the device spins. Showing Hydrogen could be slowly collecting at the center of the Earth.

Okay, now you have spinning Earth acting as a gas centrifuge extracting Hydrogen gas from water which then gravitates to the center of the Earth. As the Earth continues to spin the Hydrogen is continuously gathering, feeding powering this mini-Sun.

The end result? A hollow Earth with it's own gravitational pull and Sun.

Again it's just a theory and probably full of holes.

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I've actually thought about this as well considering Hydrogen/Helium are the lightest elements in the periodic table would gravitate towards the center of the centrifugal force as it is the "lightest" material just as hydrogen floats into the upper atmosphere of earth escaping gravity the easiest.

We all know only three things are needed for ignition Fuel (hydrogen) Heat (enough for combustion) and Oxygen.

The interesting aspect of this that is significantly different than when hydrogen/helium escapes gravity into our upper atmosphere is that it becomes LESS concentrated and more dilute due to increasing space and obviously less ability to ignite. With the concept of the "inner earth" the hydrogen/helium would become MORE concentrated and LESS dilute which if ignited would pull increasingly MORE hydrogen/helium/oxygen fuel into the center.

Visually in the center of the earth it would be a ball of fire fueled by hydrogen/helium/oxygen

We all know that the elements naturally sort themselves in layers according to their atomic weights due to gravity. The heavier the element the close to the center of gravity it will be. The lighter the element the farther away...considering this with the "earth" really is compelling when thinking about a hollow earth and the center of gravity being not at the center of the sphere but at the center of mass.

However I'm not convinced the earth is hollow because it would have to be spinning much much faster than it currently is to produce a void in the center and collect hydrogen. The earth is apparently spinning JUST fast enough to have an iron/nickel core where the actual CENTER of gravity would be half way between that core and earths surface. The heaviest elements being found at that half way mark.

Jupiter probably has a hollow core because its spinning so ridiculously fast in comparison to its diameter...9.9hours for one full rotation on its axis...for as large as Jupiter is...that is crazy fast. I wouldn't be surprised if that is what fuels a sun is a very high speed of rotation in relation to diameter. Causing hydrogen and helium to collect and concentrate to such an immense pressure you get 3, 2, 1 ignition and the damn thing fuels itself for as long as there is enough hydrogen/helium to do so.



posted on Mar, 10 2013 @ 03:35 PM
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How can the Earth be hollow when it's flat?



posted on Mar, 10 2013 @ 03:38 PM
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Originally posted by KBadger
How can the Earth be hollow when it's flat?


I hope you're joking.



posted on Mar, 10 2013 @ 04:02 PM
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Originally posted by blahxd67

Originally posted by KBadger
How can the Earth be hollow when it's flat?


I hope you're joking.


Obviously darling...



posted on Mar, 10 2013 @ 04:16 PM
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Originally posted by KBadger

Originally posted by blahxd67

Originally posted by KBadger
How can the Earth be hollow when it's flat?


I hope you're joking.


Obviously darling...


Good.



posted on Mar, 10 2013 @ 04:21 PM
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Why would those finding be in contention with hollow earth theory. As it said they have dug only 0.2% through the earth. The rest is interpretational. There may well be huge caverns deep within the earth. The bit about the Iron core was interesting too. They get different speed readings by sending signals in different directions. This is not just indicative of a grainy core but more of a crystal core.



posted on Mar, 10 2013 @ 04:30 PM
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As we all know the Earth is really tube shaped, and so therefore hollow, and it's only the Gaussian Fractal Distribution Effect that keeps the illusion of spherical shapeiness going...



posted on Mar, 10 2013 @ 04:32 PM
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Where does gravity come into play concerning all of this?


Planets exist in a balance between the compression of gravity and the pressure of the liquid and solid. Deeper layers experience more compression from the overlying material so the balancing outward pressure must increase. (This principle can also be applied to the gas of atmospheres to show why the atmosphere is thicker closer to the surface.)


Don't hold me to the source.



posted on Mar, 10 2013 @ 04:34 PM
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lost interest when it said FOSSIL fuel ?



posted on Mar, 10 2013 @ 04:39 PM
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So what is it that creates gravity? Angular momentum/movement? not just any angular momentum/movement but enough angular momentum in relation to the size of whatever is spinning? The faster the spin in relation to the size of the object = more gravity? the slower spin in relation to size = less gravity?

If I remember correctly this is how artificial gravity is theorized to be possible....a spinning ring at a certain speed in relation to its size will create enough centrifugal force to create artificial gravity.

Why would the earth be different in function than a ring in this case?



posted on Mar, 10 2013 @ 04:43 PM
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Great question. And what causes the spin to start?



posted on Mar, 10 2013 @ 04:56 PM
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Good question, and my 2 cents...

Ever see on of these? Of course you have!



I can only assume with limited knowledge that centrifugal force creates gravity, which directly affects the density of said object. The only way for a more dense molecule to rise instead of sink is by chemically bonding to a lighter element on its rise outward from the center.

And people are saying that there is a sustained ecosystem down there?
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posted on Mar, 10 2013 @ 04:58 PM
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higgs boson? lol

no but seriously THAT is the ~15 billion year question...WTF causes spin? spin is motion so some outside force has to of initiated it...objects at rest tend to stay at rest unless acted upon by an outside force...

Magnetism?? but I thought magnetism was a byproduct of "spin"...not the progenitor...

always boils down to that damn chicken and egg question doesn't it...

sigh
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posted on Mar, 10 2013 @ 05:04 PM
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Originally posted by Sly1one
So what is it that creates gravity? Angular momentum/movement?
Who are you asking? No the angular movement doesn't cause gravity, but it may result in slightly different gravitational properties at the poles versus the equator, but gravitational attraction occurs between masses. It's interesting that the diagram posted earlier showed a center of gravity 400 miles deep:


Originally posted by OmegaLogos

The hollow earth theory is clearly a HOAX!
So the maker of this diagram apparently thought about gravity by showing where they thought the center of gravity is, and yes you could call it a hoax, though I'd say "fantasy" instead because hoax implies intentional deceit to me, and there are some folks who seem to actually believe this nonsensical diagram. The density gradients are unrealistic and it doesn't show what would stop the Earth from collapsing, in addition to the absence of the magnetic field source etc etc etc, as the list of problems with the idea is very long.



posted on Mar, 10 2013 @ 05:12 PM
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Look deeper into your post regarding The Trifecta Blueprint and you will find your answer. Believe what your heart tells you. You do not need answers from anybody at this point. Compliments to you and your quest...



posted on Mar, 10 2013 @ 05:15 PM
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Originally posted by eisegesis
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Look deeper into your post regarding The Trifecta Blueprint and you will find your answer. Believe what your heart tells you. You do not need answers from anybody at this point. Compliments to you and your quest...


Heh thanks that post didn't take off like I thought it would. Was really hoping to get a lot more discussion on it. Anyway thanks for the comments.



posted on Mar, 10 2013 @ 05:20 PM
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Originally posted by Arbitrageur

Originally posted by Sly1one
So what is it that creates gravity? Angular momentum/movement?
Who are you asking?


Anyone who could provide me with some thought on the question. You did a pretty decent job but I have to ask then what creates gravity if its NOT angular momentum?? Because consequently the fundamental building blocks that make up mass only function due to spin or "orbit"...I would imagine if you reduced the spin/orbit of electrons to nothing mass wouldn't exist...and consequently neither would gravity.

I couldn't imagine an object producing any type of gravity being completely stationary...but then again that is kind of an impossible thought as everything is moving/spinning in some order of magnitude...



posted on Mar, 10 2013 @ 05:28 PM
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Everything is indeed in motion, so maybe it's fractal? As above so below as it were.
Giving myself a headache thinking about that!



posted on Mar, 10 2013 @ 06:04 PM
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Gravity. That video posted about the aurora lights theorizes that gravity is caused by magnetism in the light from the sun. I have a hard time disagreeing.

I'm not much up on the studies of gravity, but in a zero gravity environment do all things move to the most massive object? Would astronauts in space all eventually move toward the heaviest among them or to the sides of the spaceship absent their efforts and craft movement? I really don't know, but imagine they don't, which would disprove the whole mass thing. Of course this is coming for someone who isn't all that versed in what has been proven or not.

I had a dream one time that told me that magnetism is behind everything and that it is the solution to our transportation and energy problems. This was years ago(maybe 15?), in a time where I had no exposure or inclination toward science, so I never thought much about it. I remember having the dream but have no recollection of the specifics or i may just be able to provide the answer. It was probably my call to embark on an endeavor, but alas, I didn't. Is it possible to revive past dreams under hypnosis?





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