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    He concedes that if nothing else they'll have a grand adventure.

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    Quote Originally posted by Aragorn View Post
    Except that Earth isn't hollow, any more than that it would be flat.
    Or it may be both because we are still learning, remembering and understanding the dimensions, we imo are as children still concerning dimensions.

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    Quote Originally posted by Aianawa View Post
    Quote Originally posted by Aragorn View Post
    Except that Earth isn't hollow, any more than that it would be flat.
    Or it may be both because we are still learning, remembering and understanding the dimensions, we imo are as children still concerning dimensions.
    The proponents of neither the Hollow Earth hypothesis nor those of the Flat Earth hypothesis are appealing unto higher-dimensional physics, Vern.
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    It could depend entirely on the definition of 'hollow'...A shell? Large open caverns? I don't know how many different kinds of 'flat earth' there might be....I can't think of even one, however. Unless, a flat earth is part of a flat universe.
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    Talk about being braned.

    I like the idea of large caverns. Also, connecting with water.

    Inner-spheric diving.

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    Quote Originally posted by Dreamtimer View Post
    Talk about being braned.

    I like the idea of large caverns. Also, connecting with water.

    Inner-spheric diving.
    The Flat Earth hypothesis truly is a no-braner.
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    Since this topic is about the hollow earth, let's play.

    Starting with the flat earth, or rather disc-shaped earth as many people imagine it, that is the easiest one to refute, because of elementary physics. Even if a sufficiently advanced civilisation created a disc-shaped celestial object, for fun, it wouldn't stay that way for long. Gravitational forces would ensure that with time, it would form into a globe. That is just how astrophysics works, if there is a mass of matter somewhere, say because of a planetary collision, juts lying about, eventually it will pull together into a spherical structure. That is how most moons were formed and this basic fact is simply indisputable.

    Hollow earth actually makes even less sense, because it supposes an upside down civilisation, with an inner sun, a hollow earth core and inner earthers living on the inside crust of the earth's mantle. Again, if such a planetary body were created by an advanced civilisation, it would very quickly collapse unto itself and become a standard globe. Gravity's a bitch...

    Regarding the Honeycomb earth, which is propagated by the likes of Corey Goode and David Wilcock, I would not be so quick in dismissing it outright. The physics of it works just fine. Ancient myth has plenty of accounts about the underworld, an entire civilisation deep in the earth's crust, existing in large caverns that are connected to each other. I personally think that where there's smoke, there's fire and there must be some sort of complex life down there, but we don't really know what form it might take. For one, most of the planet's water is actually deep underground and it must exist in large caverns, in fact there must be entire oceans, rivers, etc given the huge amount of water we're talking about, more than what we have on the surface.

    A note here about Enki, one of the chief gods of the Sumerians, he was known as god of the waters below. There are also many fish gods in ancient sumerian religion and this is where the pope gets his fish-hat from. I don't know what that all means, but I do think we should be cautious in not discarding this idea outright and keeping an open mind,

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