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Old 11-09-2009, 06:37 AM
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Default Re: Hollow Earth theory

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Electromagnetism is not gravity.
There has been continuous serious investigation into the possibility that gravity and electromagnetic forces are linked. Unified theories of forces have been of continuous interest to physicists. Some of the more famous examples include Maxwell in 1855 who showed electric and magnetic lines of force could be described by a single set of equations; Einstein died working on a unified field theory to explain the relationship between gravitation and electromagnetism and more recently, the 1999 Nobel Prize was awarded for work toward deriving a unified framework for all the theoretical forces (Gerard 't Hooft).

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I need to explain a thin crust coming to blows with a massive object?
800 miles isn't that thin.

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Well, seeing as you have gone to end of all conspiracy debates you will be able to tell me that. Asssuming you actually DID have these debates.
I've debated only very little on Hollow Earth theory since I'm not convinced by it itself. Nevertheless, I can't say I've seen any serious attempts to debunk the physics of this theory either.
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