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xx Re: hollow earth may be real
« Reply #210 on: Mar 31st, 2009, 07:33am »

Wave motions from things such as earthquakes travel through the earth and can be detected. The waves and vibrations would have a different (words fail me) feel to them if, instead of passing straight through a solid earth, they were either

a: Being passed through a solid stratum, transmitted through a hollow area, then going through another solid stratum.

b: passing around the ring of solid matter.

My question is, does Hollow Earth Theory account for this?
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xx Re: hollow earth may be real
« Reply #211 on: Mar 31st, 2009, 09:21am »

on Mar 31st, 2009, 03:21am, °°°~Vendettea~°°° wrote:
I have a question thats been buggin me for a few weeks but before i ask i'd like to thank all the memebers for there reaserch in this theorie.

Who are the top reaserchers in this theorie? And why havent they been to look?if they have and found nothing why not go back.....surely the black dot on google and other earth images is enough to mount an expidition its not like we'll be going there in wooden snow shoes.money will play a part in this but the top reaserchers who swear blind by this theorie should be doing more , this could be proven very quickly.

This bugs me as i find this theorie intresting , we all know where to look for answers.

Underground bases , Alien goverment , reptoids on a kamakazi mission to earth from other systems , very hard to prove , hole in the poles hallow earth , it would only take extensive reasearch to close the lid on the theorie be that true or false.

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You are absolutely right, Ven. Since it would be so easy to prove or disprove, one way of the other, the question begs to be asked... why hasn't ithuh There are many plausible aspects to this theory, but as you reference, money may be an issue. In terms of funding such an expedition, I mean. As for DISPROVING it once and for all, if indeed such can be done, the powers that be may have no interest in doing so, since they can so easily write it off evidence presented as "hoaxed", imaginary, or fanciful sad

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« Reply #212 on: Mar 31st, 2009, 5:01pm »

There are researchers(Bruce Agnew) which are planing since three years to organize the trip to north pole by Russian icebreaker but it is delayed from one year to the other for various reasons and the latest is the founds.
I was in contact with them and told them it is useless that they loose the time as they will never be allowed to go further then latitude 85 north the beginning of the hole.
Northern of that latitude the horizon becomes closer to the viewer and the scientists on the ship could prove that there is the start of the hole there.
All the world powers which posses satellites know about the holes but hold it secret from public.
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« Reply #213 on: Mar 31st, 2009, 5:12pm »

Hi CASSOWARY, regarding the earthquakes there is a researcher and writer Jan Lamprecht from South Africa who has extensive work on resonance of earthquakes and proves that the Earth in its interior can not be as the present science suppose and corresponds to the hollowness of the Earth.
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« Reply #214 on: Apr 1st, 2009, 9:39pm »

on Mar 31st, 2009, 03:21am, ���~Vendettea~��� wrote:
I have a question that's been bugging me for a few weeks but before i ask i'd like to thank all the members for there research in this theory.
Who are the top researchers in this theory? And why haven't they been to look? if they have and found nothing why not go back.....surely the black dot on google and other earth images is enough to mount an expedition its not like we'll be going there in wooden snow shoes. money will play a part in this but the top researchers who swear blind by this theorie should be doing more , this could be proven very quickly.



There have been expeditions. There are expeditions taken by Russian helicopters to the north pole. Just Google north pole expeditions and see what you get. The problem I see is exactly what latitude/longitude are they all going to? What exact spot are they visiting? The cost of some of those expeditions is in the tens of thousands of dollars.. how many people can afford that?

Think of it like this. Say you wanted to take a trip to Chicago, and they fly you across nothing but white ice and perhaps through fogs and clouds. But suppose the north pole hole you were looking for was in St. Louis, Missouri. Would you see it? No.

The whole arctic polar region is about 1,500 by 1,500 square miles that is something like 2 million square miles. The whole of the United States of America is roughly 2.5 million square miles. Same sort of total area. How many places in America do you think you could hide something? I know some back hills in Nevada or Montana that probably no one has seen. In America, we have thousands of Interstate freeways and highways going everywhere. You would think everything has been found. But that is not true, you know it.

So think about the frozen icy Arctic. There are NO roads there. It is frozen barren ice, with storms and fogs a lot of the times. And no one lives there. If a Russian helicopter is going to some spot, they probably go the approximate same route all the time. It is like they are going to Chicago, and never going to St. Louis. Read about some of the people who attempt expeditions and see how they describe the weather as being way below zero and them getting feet and hands frost bitten.

There are stories of individuals who have tried to fly to certain parts of the Arctic, and they have been turned back by military jets.
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« Reply #215 on: Apr 2nd, 2009, 11:10am »

There is software similar to Google Earth, provided by NASA, it is called NASA World Wind. The history of this software is explained here on Wikipedia : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NASA_World_Wind

One can download the software from NASA's website here: http://worldwind.arc.nasa.gov/

Here is the North Pole via World Wind. Clouds and weather across the continents and arctic ocean area, snow or ice on northern Canada, Russia, Greenland is a continent of ice, but what is that being blurred out at and around the North Pole area?

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This is zooming in with the World Wind software (then dropped into Photoshop. Greenland is still in photo. But what are we seeing of the Arctic ocean?
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For those of you who are not familiar with what satellite photography can get you, here is an example of the detail one can get of San Francisco, on World Wind, very zoomed in, lots of detail, streets and buildings. I could have zoomed in further.
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But when you zoom in to look for the detail on the top of Greenland, you can not get the same level of detail ... why no detail? You can see the inset image in the upper right showing the location of Greenland.
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My only conclusion, is that NASA will not show us true aerial or satellite photography of the approximate 2 million square miles of area of the north arctic ocean area.

Here's the World Wind South pole image:
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And when you begin to zoom in, lots of white but no detail of the continent:
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When I use Photoshop's Adustment Curves tool, to darken tones it can identify, I get this. Notice the appearance of brush marks, the shading strokes don't go in straight lines, they look feathered. Even across the ocean in the upper left, the shading looks feathered. All the interesting geometrical patterns across the continents on the right and lower parts can not be a natural occurrence in nature.
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I demonstrate the effect of changing tone ranges in the image so that you can see the detail that the eye normally glances over. Go back to the first South pole image, and see if you would have noticed the feathered curves of what appears to be brush strokes to blur and smudge the real image. One might say it looks like some of it is weather patterns of clouds, but for me, as I work with photographs a lot and with Photoshop, it shows evidence of photo tampering. And it has the same appearance as the North Pole photo has which I think is evidently blurred and smudged.

For me, it raises a lot of questions, what is being blurred out so that we can not see the real Antarctica and South Pole, and the real North Pole and arctic ice, from an aerial perspective? Is there something significant there which must be kept hidden from the world? Why all this effort to blur out what is at the Poles to the general public? One of my answers is, this is a "Smoking Gun". I think I'd call it, a "Smoking Cannon!"
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« Reply #216 on: Apr 2nd, 2009, 12:11pm »

Hi Kathy,

Excellent work and excellent post!

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For me, it raises a lot of questions, what is being blurred out so that we can not see the real Antarctica and South Pole, and the real North Pole and arctic ice, from an aerial perspective? Is there something significant there which must be kept hidden from the world? Why all this effort to blur out what is at the Poles to the general public? One of my answers is, this is a "Smoking Gun". I think I'd call it, a "Smoking Cannon!"


Clearly there is something they don't want us to see!

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« Reply #217 on: Apr 2nd, 2009, 5:54pm »

Thank you Kathy for NASA World Wind link .This software was not known to me and I downloaded it immediately and for the time being I did not find anything extraordinary for our case.
However I must compare the cloud pattern around north pole of this program with meteosat patterns of Dundee station.

You are doing a good investigating work on hollow earth.
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« Reply #218 on: Apr 5th, 2009, 03:20am »

I posted previously about the website at the University of Illinois, which shows the cryosphere (frozen water part of the Earth system) at the Arctic. These images are coming from satellite cameras, and I believe they are infrared or thermal imaging. http://arctic.atmos.uiuc.edu/cryosphere

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My interest was the “black dot” placed directly over or near the north pole. They can do this with computer programming, to block out a portion of the image. The question is, why? My speculation is that the infrared imaging would show a distinct outline or shape in the hidden area covered by the dot.

This video gives a very good explanation of what infrared cameras do show… the spectrum of light frequencies not seen to the naked eye. Because we can’t see below that “dot” in the cryosphere, I can’t say we can prove it, but I certainly can speculate there is an artic hole of some size beneath the dot that infrared would show. Infrared does show temperature through clouds. And the artic region is most often covered with cloud cover, but with infrared, we would see a distinct outline of a hole if polar ice did not exist there.

Infrared: More Than Your Eyes Can See http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2--0q0XlQJ0&feature=related
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« Reply #219 on: Apr 5th, 2009, 06:43am »

on Mar 31st, 2009, 5:12pm, africa wrote:
Hi CASSOWARY, regarding the earthquakes there is a researcher and writer Jan Lamprecht from South Africa who has extensive work on resonance of earthquakes and proves that the Earth in its interior can not be as the present science suppose and corresponds to the hollowness of the Earth.


I'd like to see the research for this. Can you please link it?

Another problem I see with HET is gravity. See, the gravity we experience pulls us onto the surface of the earth. It always pulls us down. Standing on the inside of the shell wouldn't pull us toward it, but rather down toward the center. In effect, you'd be nearly weightless except for the force exerted by a spinning earth which forces us outwards... but it's much weaker than gravity.

Also, we know how much gravity is exerted by a solid object of a certain size based upon seeing how much gravity is exerted with known solid objects like asteroids, etc. If the earth were hollow, gravity would be much weaker.

Finally, the earth was formed by accretion. Star dust formed into a clump that grew bigger and bigger. Where did the hollowness come from in the first place? And how hollow is it? Is there a core then a space, then the shell? Is it a shell for a few miles then completely hollow? If that's the case then how is our earth's magnetic field generated? Where does lava come from? How do tectonic plates work? Does this mean every planet is hollow? If yes, then how did they form. If no, then why is ours different?

So for the long post, interrogation, and ranting. This is just one idea that I don't at all understand, and would like to.
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xx Jan Lamprecht's book "Hollow Planets
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on Apr 5th, 2009, 06:43am, Cassowary wrote:
I'd like to see the research for this. Can you please link it?



Cassowary,
The best recommendation I can give you for a book to obtain about the hollow earth theory, is "Hollow Planets", written by Jan Lamprecht.

Jan has a website here: http://www.hollowplanets.com/

His book is an incredible feasibility study of our earth being hollow. He has saved me about 10 years of study, I think. He talks about seismology, geology, plate tectonics, the Aurora’s at both poles, the theory of gravity, underground radio waves, and early research done by arctic explorers before our governments have censored everything they know about both poles.

I was just reading part of one of his chapter's which presented an amazing item.

He says: “In the early 1980’s, while browsing through the Pretoria public library, I came upon a book which discussed the effects of a nuclear war. … Since the major powers of the world are located in the northern hemisphere and since a nuclear exchange is more likely to take place in the northern hemisphere, the author made a point which surprised me. Scientists had concluded that very little radioactive fallout from the northern hemisphere would reach the southern hemisphere. … Meteorology teaches us that winds tend to blow from the equator to the poles and back. Hence radioactive material blowing from the north towards the equator is very likely to be caught up by poleward winds and circulated back to the north. This will happen before the radioactive fallout manages to cross the equator into the southern hemisphere.
“On April 26, 1986, the worst peace-time nuclear accident to date occurred. (Chernobyl)… Being aware of the virtual impossibility of nuclear fallout reaching the southern hemisphere, you can imagine my surprise on learning that scientists suddenly discovered radioactive fallout from Chernobyl – at the South Pole.
“This was reported in Science News in May 1990. Jack E. Dibb, a geochemist from the University of New Hampshire collected samples from a snow pit about 38 Km from the South Pole. … They found a “spike” in the snow deposited near the top of the pit. This snow had fallen some time between late 1987 and early 1988. More specifically, they found that the radioactivity from caesium-137 which does not occur naturally. Caesium-137 only comes from nucleur reactors or nuclear explosions. Scientists have discovered that it takes approximately 20 months for radioactive fallout from cuclear tests in the northern hemisphere to reach the South Pole. The radioactive deposits from Chernobyl also took 20 months to reach the South Pole.
“But how? … Atmospheric scientists doubted whether significant amounts of Chernobyl fallout could ever cross the equator and be deposited at the South Pole. … The problem becomes even more mysterious because it turns out that there is no evidence whatsoever that the radioactive material ever crossed the equator to begin with. (It should have been detected at various places en route) … and in other parts of Antarctica. But there was none. Furthermore, as the radioactive material continued its journey there would have been less and less of it as it approached the South Pole. Instead, it turns out that there is a high concentration of this material at this one spot in Antarctica. (close to the South Pole).”

Jan Lampredht presents a theory that holes may exist, and that atmosphere of inner earth and outer earth interchange, and that air enters the North Pole (from the Chernobyl fallout), and passed through the inner earth, and came out a Southern pole opening. The resulting snow fall at the South pole has captured a dated history of the Chernobyl incident, and of other earth history.

I found these sorts of theories very fascinating. He’s done his homework, and he presents his studies in a thorough manner throughout the entire book.

You won't regret getting the book.

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« Reply #221 on: May 2nd, 2009, 07:20am »

I found this article and video that may be of interest about the hollow earth theory. The name is...

Arctic Pilots Confirm North Polar Entrance

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http://hollowplanet.blogspot.com/2009/04/arctic-pilots-confirm-north-polar.html

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« Reply #222 on: May 2nd, 2009, 09:19am »

on May 2nd, 2009, 07:20am, Lawwalk wrote:
I found this article and video that may be of interest about the hollow earth theory. The name is...

Arctic Pilots Confirm North Polar Entrance

Check it out here...

http://hollowplanet.blogspot.com/2009/04/arctic-pilots-confirm-north-polar.html

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(Best watched after reading this).

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« Reply #223 on: May 2nd, 2009, 09:29am »

Maybe it would be best for me not to post anything and let you do all the posting...what you think Doc??

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« Reply #224 on: May 2nd, 2009, 09:30am »

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