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Old 11-08-2009, 06:16 AM
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Default Re: Hollow Earth theory

Originally Posted by albie View Post
I think bringing physics into this is just plain ridiculous. And how would the hollow earth have survived the impact from giant meteorites? Such as the one which killed the dinosaurs?
Why wouldn't Hollow Earth have survived? How do we even know the dinosaurs were killed by a meteorite impact (last time I checked, this was but one of many unproven hyposeses)

Originally Posted by albie View Post
And then the problem of earthquakes. I suppose they are just the Molochs dropping things. Yes, I see now.
Hollow Earth theory is perfectly compatible with tectonics.

Originally Posted by albie View Post
There are far too many obvious reasons why the earth isn't hollow.
Such as?

Originally Posted by EireEngineer View Post
True, except that its pretty hot a few miles down, at least it was any place where we drilled that deep. However, anythings possible.
It gets hotter the closer we get to the center of gravity.
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