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Old 17-03-2008, 10:24 AM   #221
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If the Earth has an 800 mile deep solid crust with a hollow interior where does the lava come from when a volcano erupts?
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Old 17-03-2008, 10:53 AM   #222
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The overwhelming evidence for me is...that if mainstream says it is NOT....then it MUST be!
Mainstream science up until the 1920's considered this as a sane bonefide theory, so much so they patented the idea. Then suddenly all research stopped and the official story without any real evidence of anything against (as they haven't officially dug a hole to see) states that it's solid, even though there is scientific evidence against this official theory. (smells fishy)
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Old 17-03-2008, 04:57 PM   #223
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Haggy, if one goes up in a very tall structure, on a clear day you can see the Earth's curve. I saw it in the CN Tower , in Toronto,years ago.
Nick, I'm sure the Earth is curved, I just doubt that it is a solid, unbroken sphere
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Old 17-03-2008, 09:50 PM   #224
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I don't know if the earth is hollow or solid.

Over the last twenty plus years, I've read a lot about the earth being hollow, and there is a lot evidence to support the hollow earth. The general consensus (the earth is solid, with a hot, molten core), is not based on any solid science - just assumptions.

We'll know for sure if we can ever go there or the presumed technologically advanced hollow earth people come out!
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Old 18-03-2008, 09:14 AM   #225
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I don't know if the earth is hollow or solid.

Over the last twenty plus years, I've read a lot about the earth being hollow, and there is a lot evidence to support the hollow earth. The general consensus (the earth is solid, with a hot, molten core), is not based on any solid science - just assumptions.

We'll know for sure if we can ever go there or the presumed technologically advanced hollow earth people come out!

It's ironic that if people live there they're only eight hundred to 1000 miles away... beneath our feet! If we could drive a car straight down we could get there in a day or two.
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Old 18-03-2008, 01:06 PM   #226
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If we could drive a car straight down we could get there in a day or two.
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Old 18-03-2008, 06:01 PM   #227
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ok..

if the earth was hollow we wouldnøt have a magnetic field!

it is generated when the liquid layer spins faster than the harder upper crust. electromagnetics - wauw. its insane that this crap has gotten so many replies.

massive cave systems, sure ...a hollow earth, use your brain.

or did someone/something put it there to test your faith ?
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Old 18-03-2008, 07:58 PM   #228
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ok..

if the earth was hollow we wouldnøt have a magnetic field!

it is generated when the liquid layer spins faster than the harder upper crust. electromagnetics - wauw. its insane that this crap has gotten so many replies.

massive cave systems, sure ...a hollow earth, use your brain.

or did someone/something put it there to test your faith ?
if the earth was SOLID we wouldn't have a magnetic field!

massive cave systems, sure ...a SOLID earth, use your brain.

or did someone/something put it there to test YOUR faith ?

Works both ways mate.
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Old 18-03-2008, 08:07 PM   #229
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if the earth was SOLID we wouldn't have a magnetic field!

massive cave systems, sure ...a SOLID earth, use your brain.

or did someone/something put it there to test YOUR faith ?

Works both ways mate.
u forgot to base yours on science... ass

but yeah, in kindergarden the children often just reverses the argument. this is also a common case for people without a solid argument and a feeble mind

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Old 18-03-2008, 09:56 PM   #230
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if the earth was SOLID we wouldn't have a magnetic field!

massive cave systems, sure ...a SOLID earth, use your brain.

or did someone/something put it there to test YOUR faith ?

Works both ways mate.
That reversal didn't make any sense.
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Old 18-03-2008, 10:05 PM   #231
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I don't know if the earth is hollow or solid.

Over the last twenty plus years, I've read a lot about the earth being hollow, and there is a lot evidence to support the hollow earth. The general consensus (the earth is solid, with a hot, molten core), is not based on any solid science - just assumptions.

We'll know for sure if we can ever go there or the presumed technologically advanced hollow earth people come out!
Actually, the scientific assumption is that the Earth's core is solid metal (mostly iron), surrounded by a molten outer core.
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Old 19-03-2008, 03:33 AM   #232
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Actually, the scientific assumption is that the Earth's core is solid metal (mostly iron), surrounded by a molten outer core.
I thought it was liquid?
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Old 19-03-2008, 06:17 AM   #233
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Actually, the scientific assumption is that the Earth's core is solid metal (mostly iron), surrounded by a molten outer core.


it's solid per say, since its contained. but the principles still stands. the difference in the movement of the 2 crusts/layers act like a generator. tesla build some of his principles on it.
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Old 19-03-2008, 06:30 AM   #234
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"There are fresh water rivers which flow out of of the Inner Earth
carrying vegetation and pollen, freezes, so forming the fresh water icebergs in an area of apparently only salt water.. There are books that reveal the detailed evidence, I can recommend THE HOLLOW EARTH by Dr. Raymond Bernard."-- David Icke, THE BIGGEST SECRET
so..

either there is a fresh water river flowing, or....

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icebergs are huge chips from the main block which is made by years and years and years of snow and rain. when water evaporates (here it comes) salt doesn't go with it. the basic principle of distillation. when you add salt to water, you lower the freezing point by a few degrees, which is why they salt the roads in the winter, another argument for icebergs being made from snow and rain, not some freshwaterstream from the hollow earth...

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Old 19-03-2008, 10:00 AM   #235
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ok..

if the earth was hollow we wouldnøt have a magnetic field!

it is generated when the liquid layer spins faster than the harder upper crust. electromagnetics - wauw. its insane that this crap has gotten so many replies.

massive cave systems, sure ...a hollow earth, use your brain.

or did someone/something put it there to test your faith ?
Very drole!

Why couldn't movement of magma layers inside the crustal shell generate the Earth's magnetic field? Also there's more to the magetosphere than we currently know; like every 200,000 years it weakens for about two milliennia then flips! Why?
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Old 19-03-2008, 10:01 AM   #236
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u forgot to base yours on science... ass

but yeah, in kindergarden the children often just reverses the argument. this is also a common case for people without a solid argument and a feeble mind

I find that people without a solid arguement tend to be the rudest and most aggressive ones; they do things like calling others "ass".
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so..

icebergs are huge chips from the main block which is made by years and years and years of snow and rain. when water evaporates (here it comes) salt doesn't go with it. the basic principle of distillation. when you add salt to water, you lower the freezing point by a few degrees, which is why they salt the roads in the winter, another argument for icebergs being made from snow and rain, not some freshwaterstream from the hollow earth...



LOL!
So where do the embedded leaves shrubes and pollen come from? they don't fall out of the sky like the rain (Well I know there are reports that such things occasionally happen, but it's usually frogs or fish that fall.)
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Old 19-03-2008, 11:55 AM   #238
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u forgot to base yours on science... ass

but yeah, in kindergarden the children often just reverses the argument. this is also a common case for people without a solid argument and a feeble mind
I havent got a solid argument, but a hollow one.

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That reversal didn't make any sense.
That's not what my comment was for. All I am saying is that you guys state things with utmost certainty when in fact you have absolutely NO proof and none of us know one way or the other as to whether the earth is hollow or solid. All of this thread is speculative ideas, we do not know for sure and we will probably never know. What we do know is that time and time again conventional science and "laws" of physics can and will be broken, it's just a matter of time and some open thinking.

You would be one of those guys who argued the case for a flat earth for years only for your theory to be obliterated in due course.

Those without a solid argument and a feeble mind would resort to calling others "ass" as you have nicely shown so cheers for that, I love you too, and I really mean that Umbrex. Peace be with you and please do laugh in my face when you can actually prove your solid earth "theory".

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Very drole!

Why couldn't movement of magma layers inside the crustal shell generate the Earth's magnetic field?
not enough mass for gravity. assuming this would imply that there would be an antire layer of magma covering the inner shell (lol), hovering on the ceiling. it would make for some magnetic ressonance, but again - u must see how rediculous this sounds.

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Also there's more to the magetosphere than we currently know; like every 200,000 years it weakens for about two milliennia then flips! Why?
honestly, i can't tell ya m8.

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I find that people without a solid arguement tend to be the rudest and most aggressive ones; they do things like calling others "ass".
implying that i don't have the solid argument (just to set things straight), totally leaving out consideration about the guy i posted it to, who made a BS post, leaving out the argument, which made it make sense, rendering his post to be nonsense - to which i made the claim that he was an ass. fair enough in my book.

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So where do the embedded leaves shrubes and pollen come from? they don't fall out of the sky like the rain (Well I know there are reports that such things occasionally happen, but it's usually frogs or fish that fall.)
Pollen can be carried that far it seems, at least to the northern cap. again, not enough info to make the argument.
but lets say there was an underwater freshwater stream:

for this to work, the hollow earth would have either an infinite source of water, allowing it to stream continuously - or the inside is more or less all salt from the influx of saltwater, which then returns to the upper layer as freshwater. either way, no way. And give me one pick about the streets being filled with froggies, not some link on the internet where u read it.

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Old 19-03-2008, 12:57 PM   #240
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I havent got a solid argument, but a hollow one.
grasping for straws

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That's not what my comment was for. All I am saying is that you guys state things with utmost certainty when in fact you have absolutely NO proof and none of us know one way or the other as to whether the earth is hollow or solid. All of this thread is speculative ideas, we do not know for sure and we will probably never know. What we do know is that time and time again conventional science and "laws" of physics can and will be broken, it's just a matter of time and some open thinking.
so you shoouldn't speculate ?


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You would be one of those guys who argued the case for a flat earth for years only for your theory to be obliterated in due course.
doing some speculationg of your own (making you quite the hypocrite). i wouldn't be one of them, as i can think for myself. i use my rationality, intelligence and knowledge (esoteric and ordinary), trying not to be caught up in whatever paradigm, wether it be icke'ism or whatever religious dogma.

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Those without a solid argument and a feeble mind would resort to calling others "ass" as you have nicely shown so cheers for that,
i called you an ass, because you deconstructed my post, robbed it of meaning, reversed it to make a pretty lame point. a point you have just failed to live up to yourself. thank you for that.

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I love you too, and I really mean that Umbrex. Peace be with you and please do laugh in my face when you can actually prove your solid earth "theory".
no, you don't love me, you're being passive aggressive - envigorated/aroused by the fact that hagbard is "on your" side, hoping that i would be annoyed, and that's malevolenct, and kinda knocks you off the piedestal you are trying to put yourself on to (2nd time in 1 post).

and if you really really really love me, then you don't have a clue about what love is.
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