Re: Hollow Earth theory
Originally Posted by Out of the Box
This theory doesn't hold when you pass the center of gravity. Then again, air will become less dense as should be obvious with a basic understanding of physics
The key to understanding Hollow Earth theory is understanding what would be different from a physics perspective if the center of gravitational pull was NOT the center of the earth but rather an electromagnetic coil-like strip about 400 miles underneath the earth's surface.
So....are you saying that there would have to be a EM force generating gravity effects?
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