Can a hollow planet exist?

Discussion in 'Astronomy, Exobiology, & Cosmology' started by Larry Johnson, Jun 10, 2013.

  1. chung Registered Member

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    Learn from a child to think non-linearly. That's why you are going crazy, your mind pattern is stuck in 3D. All the while you are trying to understand a multi-dimensional universe with your 3D stock of programming.
    [video=youtube_share;BmMghIiOQ10]http://youtu.be/BmMghIiOQ10[/video]
     
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  3. billvon Valued Senior Member

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    Free your mind! Don't listen to the sheeple who tell you that holograms are impossible. Are you a slave to the party line, or are you willing to openly embrace all the possibilities out there?
     
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  5. AlexG Like nailing Jello to a tree Valued Senior Member

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    And it's easy to spot the wackos, with their batshit crazy nonsense.
     
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  7. chung Registered Member

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    Education wasted. If your contribution to the society is mocking people, you have not gained wisdom. Try to post something more worthwhile for the participants of these threads.
     
  8. origin Trump is the best argument against a democracy. Valued Senior Member

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    But we are suppose to laugh at clowns.

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  9. Arioch Valued Senior Member

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    Okay seriously, this site needs a like button for posts, because there were some in here that split my sides.
     
  10. chung Registered Member

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    Here, for your request - one just for you :roflmao:

    You may now go and contribute something more worthwhile like the kid (Jacob Barnett) in the above video.
     
  11. ananymousse Banned Banned

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    It is only possible to laugh at a mistake while pointing out the mistake. Mockery on the other hand is an art practiced in deception of intelligence as opposed to the revelation. I see mockery on both sides here.
     
  12. origin Trump is the best argument against a democracy. Valued Senior Member

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    A kid on youtube explaining time travel on a white board is worthwhile? Hmmm, I do not think you know the meaning of the word worthwhile.
     
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  13. benjifrank Registered Member

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    Really so great moments for me..I've saved your link.
     
  14. origin Trump is the best argument against a democracy. Valued Senior Member

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    Do you have a link for this claim? My limited research indictes that the temperature of the water is < 32 F not 65 F as your unamed sourch claims. I was also wondering what evidence you have that the North Atlantic Treaty Organization was working Antarctic research.
     
  15. origin Trump is the best argument against a democracy. Valued Senior Member

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    A mistake is when you spill your milk these comments are not mistakes, these comments can only be interpreted as perverse jokes:

    Water: The repel force within the hollow earth will have to be enough to create equilibrium water levels both from the surface and within the hollow earth so that the oceans seeping into the poles will attain their water levels on both sides of the mantle.

    Gravity: The spinning of the planet is not the relevant force to keep beings inside the hollow earth walking on the concave topography. It is the central emitter of repel or push force. This force acting on all sides of the concave inside the mantle of the earth makes this central sun suspended at the center. Some of these force emitted flows out towards the upper pole and then it encounters the cosmic forces bending it and making it flow back on the other pole. This flow is in fact a toroidal flow of waves/frequencies.

    ...when the inner sun was agitated and emitted a stronger push or repel force, the oceans in the hollow earth burst through the poles. The rushing friction melted the snow causing further flooding of the surface lands. The imbalances also collapsed the thicker canopy of moisture surrounding the planet and enormous rains fell for many days. The spacetime curvature thereby was compressed upon the surface of the earth creating a stronger gravity making the earth more reactive to the rays of the sun, further collapsing the ice mountains.

    The Grand Canyon and such sculpting of surface features were a result of the giant vortical flow of collapsed ice mountains - something like a moving liquid hurricane of ice, water, mud etc.

    Another effect of this cataclysm could have been that bigger animals and beings have to adapt and grow denser but smaller body types. The mammoth animals that could not adapt fast enough have only survived by finding their way inside the ark, the hollow earth. Noah's ark tale could have combined the manmade efforts and natural haven stories into one.


    I feel it is important to point out a bafoon; this is a science site so it would be ashame if an uneducated person mistakenly thought the above was anything other than absurd ramblings devoid of anything resembling truth.
     
  16. chung Registered Member

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    Linear Thinkers and the Quantum Generation

    About the NATO official remark, the link was there in the initial post. The word Lake Vostok was linked to http://www.exohuman.com/wordpress/2011/02/whats-under-lake-vostok/

    It is under this picture found in that article:

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    About the kid: Jacob Barnett, most wise guys here would have a hard time with such quantum kid, now a university student at such a young age:
    [video=youtube_share;2DUerSdSgG0]http://youtu.be/2DUerSdSgG0[/video]

    He was reported to have higher IQ than Einstein and is developing his own theory of relativity!

    He is among the waves of new generation that will solve the paradoxes that stopped linear thinkers dead on their tracks. These kids will be able to process multiple paradigms and parallel realities without bias judgement. They are devoid of egotistic self importance and defensive pride for the existing accumulated stock of knowledge, knowing full well that these academe models are just a tip of explanation for the wonders of the universe. They would not call a person with divergent models as buffons,

    As a result, they will have various abilities that will be seemingly miraculous (may be just like geniuses of the past in the mold of Mozart etc.):
    [video=youtube_share;osbMa53XSew]http://youtu.be/osbMa53XSew[/video]


    In the future, quantum thinking will usher in sentient computers. These tools will process in simultaneous threads using multiple paradigms to arrive at an elegant solution to puzzles that linear thinking scientists have not been able to crack.

    We have to accept this wave of the future and we have to encourage old generation thinkers to give these kids a head-start into their creative abilities. The following is a wise old man and a scientist with a free mind that our society need as a bridge to the next generation:
    [video=youtube_share;iu53_pa-9Bk]http://youtu.be/iu53_pa-9Bk[/video]
     
  17. origin Trump is the best argument against a democracy. Valued Senior Member

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    I see. Also from the article is this retarded tidbit:

    Meanwhile: Barbara Marciniak and her Pleiadians wrote about a very ancient and evolved civilization whose remains are buried under the polar ice cap in the Antarctic. [See page 4 of her book entitled EARTH. THE PLEIADIAN KEYS TO THE LIVING UNIVERSE. This civilization existed more than 500,000 years ago...

    So basically the article should be regarded as something written on toilet paper, with a ball point turd. Typical.

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  18. chung Registered Member

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    Science owes many things from Hermetics and ancient traditions

    It is not a good thing for the adherents of science to deny it's roots from Hermetics and ancient traditions. Immediately stopping the mind from thinking when names like David Icke and others are mentioned is tantamount to this:

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    Most of the people who think this way will not pursue investigation when their findings contradict the Big Bang theory, theory of evolution, constants / various laws promulgated by earlier scientists, etc. In other words, they have turned themselves into a fundamentalist faith based parrots that only proceed when imprimatur is stamped on a particular path of exploration.

    As a result most of these people will not be able to develop their own multidimensional abilities and they are jealous of those who have done so.
     
  19. Thibeinn Registered Member

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    In my opinion... yes.
     
  20. Thibeinn Registered Member

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    Science has always been like religion. Most people do not doubt the priests (scientists), and they follow on blind faith.

    They believe what the scientists say based on logically fallacious arguments such as argumentum ad populum (a proposition is believed to be true or good solely because many people believe it to be so), argumentum ad auctoritatem (believing an authority on something cannot be wrong even tho they can still come to the wrong judgments through error, bias or dishonesty), and argumentum ad ignorantiam (believing that a proposition is true because it has not yet been proven false).
     
  21. origin Trump is the best argument against a democracy. Valued Senior Member

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    Oh great another sock puppet - I am guessing it is Pincho.

    Only the uneducated follow blindly. Science is of course essentially the opposite of religion.

    Most people do believe a theory when a consensus of scientist agree it is accurate. That is OK, not everyone is a scientist. I follow the advice of MDs when it comes to my health, that seems only reasonable.

    That sounds like you have a personal problem with science. My guess is that you have goofy ideas that no one wants to hear.

    Nope not even close. I cannot prove that there are not invisible unicorns in my kitchen. Science is based on evience that supports a theory. The more evience that supports the theory the stronger the theory, a theory is not accepted because it cannot be proved wrong.
     
  22. KitemanSA Registered Senior Member

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    Well, I'm not sure that the GRAND canyon was, but there are a number of canyons in the scrub lands of eastern Washington state and adjacent Idaho that WERE formed that way. They were scoured by the ice/water/mud/boulder slurry that was released by the collapse of the ice dam that held back Lake Bonneville.
     
  23. Thibeinn Registered Member

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    origin,

    Your inability to understand is your loss only.
     

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