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Old 11-15-2009, 09:42 AM
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Default Re: Hollow Earth theory

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Yes, there is a possibilty that the two forces are linked at some fundamental level, just as the Strong and Weak forces possibly are. You are confusing unification with application. You cannot possibly duplicate a gravity field from an electro-magnetic source.
But couldn't there by a source generating both gravity and electro-magnetism? I have to admit that I haven't had much exposure to advanced (MIT level) physics, but as a layman this does seem feasible.

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As far as magma power, no, it does not quite work that way. You need an electric flow through a coil to induce a magnetic field, and there is no possible way that the heat from magma could do this, without a man-made mechanical component that is.
Why? Could you explain?

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Ah, and the whole thing is irrelevant anyway because seismic data proves its not hollow.
How? How can we be certain we interpret the seismic data correctly?
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