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The Hollow Earth Theory has been around for a long time. While the first concepts were crude, this 'crazy' idea has slowly developed into a viable alternative to the solid Earth model. In light from today's technology, many of our findings point towards a hollow structure as the only method to explain many of today's scientific findings.
If indeed entities exist beneath the surface of the planet, they would not live in molten rock but in space ships. And as the tectonic plates are breaking - it is either by their doing, a knowing that the consciousness hologram that creates this reality, is ending so they no longer have to monitor from below, or they emerge as the plates naturally break apart.
According to the Hollow Earth Hypothesis, planet Earth is either wholly hollow or otherwise contains a substantial interior space. The hypothesis has long been contradicted by overwhelming observational evidence, as well as by the modern understanding of planet formation; the scientific community has dismissed the notion since at least the late 18th century.
There exists two openings at the North and South Pole, each hole having a circumference of 1400 miles wide. At the center of the earth is not a molten core but an inner sun which is six hundred miles wide and is 2900 miles from the Inner Surfaces. The diameter of the lip at the opening at the poles is 1200 miles long, thus a person can not see the other side of the opening.
Therefore, there exists three worlds on our planet, the outer surface, where we live, the middle earth which purportedly is lined with many caverns, tunnels (made by someone), Inner Cities and people who live there and lastly the Inner Surface. How Gravity works then is the following. For the people who live on the outer surface, Gravity holds them down. For the people that live in the middle earth, the closer they get to the center of the crust (i.e. - 400 miles down), the less effect gravity will have upon them.
- Horp 0
First off, this line...
"While the first concepts were crude, this 'crazy' idea has slowly developed into a viable alternative to the solid Earth model"
No. That's not true. If you want us to believe this stuff, you're going to have to be honest and accurate. Something like this...
"While the first concepts were crude, this 'crazy' idea has slowly developed into a crazy and crude concept"
- Horp 0
Okay, so the next line...
"In light from today's technology, many of our findings point towards a hollow structure as the only method to explain many of today's scientific findings."
This needs to be clarified. Something like...
"In light from today's technology, many of our findings point towards a hollow structure as the only method to explain many of today's scientific findings. By 'our findings' I am of course referring to the elite collective of retards who masturbate on turds and who gather in my dorm room whenever nurse lets us all be in one place, so we can develop our ridiculous crackpot theories".
- Horp 0
I'm going to try and read the rest now.
- ukit 0
Hollow head is more like it
- set 0
Just out of interest... how do you guys know it's not hollow?
- Just saying...set
- Have you ever watched how the solar system was formed on the SCI HD show? It was actually a great show.
- Forget the name but basically they did talk about the wild idea that earth had two stages because it was hit by a large entity in the past.Iggyboo
- object in the past.Iggyboo
- detritus 0
Just out of interest... how do you guys know it's not filled with cheese?
- mikotondria3 0
How the hell is the "center of gravity" at a point in between the outer crust and the base of the crust ? This is not how the center of gravity works.
The center of gravity is still in the middle of the sphere - everything supposedly on the inside surface will still fall towards the middle.
That level of stupid is absolutely ridiculous.
Punch yourself hard in the face and never leave the house or turn the computer on, there are real people in the world trying to use their brains and their influence to improve things, or at least get by. This amount of nonsense polluting someone's mind is like a cancer - we cannot tolerate it. It's not an 'alternative' view, it's just utter utter bullshit, unimaginative, unironic, pointless, tedious crap, don't ever go near your computer again.
- detritus 0
- Horp 0
Okay, I read it all.
I think this could all be true, on reflection.
I take back what I said up there. I'm pretty much sold on this concept now.
- ukit 0
Well, to be filled with cheese it would first have to be hollow
- PonyBoy 0
- ukit 0
It's just a theory guyz! All theories are equally plausible!
- kota 0
Some dumb craps up in here.
- fugged 0
From Wikipedia; contrary evidence to this theory.
The best scientific argument against that of a hollow Earth or any hollow planet is gravity. Massive objects tend to clump together gravitationally, creating non-hollow spherical objects we call stars and planets. The solid sphere is the best way in which to minimize the gravitational potential energy of a physical object; having hollowness is unfavorable in the energetic sense. In addition, ordinary matter is not strong enough to support a hollow shape of planetary size against the force of gravity; a planet-sized hollow shell with the known, observed thickness of the Earth's crust, would not be able to achieve hydrostatic equilibrium with its own mass and would collapse.
Someone on the inside of a hollow Earth would not experience a significant outward pull and could not easily stand on the inner surface; rather, the theory of gravity implies that a person on the inside would be nearly weightless. This was first shown by Newton, whose shell theorem mathematically predicts a gravitational force (from the shell) of zero everywhere inside a spherically symmetric hollow shell of matter, regardless of the shell's thickness. A tiny gravitational force would arise from the fact that the Earth does not have a perfectly symmetrical spherical shape, as well as forces from other bodies such as the Moon. The centrifugal force from the Earth's rotation would pull a person (on the inner surface) outwards if the person was traveling at the same velocity as the Earth's interior and was in contact with the ground on the interior, but even the maximum centrifugal force at the equator is only 1/300 of ordinary Earth gravity.
The mass of the planet also indicates that the hollow Earth hypothesis is unfeasible. Should the Earth be largely hollow, its mass would be much lower and thus its gravity on the outer surface would be much lower than it is.
The deepest hole drilled to date is the SG-3 borehole which is 12.3 km (7.6 miles) deep, part of the Soviet Kola Superdeep Borehole project; thus, visual knowledge of the Earth's structure extends that far.
- differenz 0
How does gravity work? We don't really know. We can define what it is as a field of influence, because we know how it operates in the universe. And some scientists think that it is made up of particles called gravitons which travel at the speed of light. However, if we are to be honest, we do not know what gravity "is" in any fundamental way - we only know how it behaves.
- Fuckin gravity, how does it work?ukit
- i dunno. i don't even understand how refrigerators work.fugged
- Life is magical...ukit
- Perhaps if one read some Einstein one would get a fucking clue? No, you know what...keep reading those crazy websites.TheBlueOne
- ukit 0
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- Boz 0
I just know we really don't know shit.. most of the science is based on speculation.. some grounded in facts but much more really hypotehtical. I'm sure we would be surprised by many things we don't know..
Hollow Earth wouldn't surprise me at all..
I don't buy there's someone living there but I wouldn't be shocked that it is hollow and has some kind of energy emanating inside.
But I highly doubt people would live inside because we would see them in The Core.