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« Reply #30 on: Feb 14th, 2007, 3:02pm »

And here is for relaxation that yellow boat of mine designed by me and built by me in hightech materials ,epoxy,carbon etc.14mts carbon mast too.[imUser Imageg]TEXT[/img]
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« Reply #31 on: Feb 14th, 2007, 3:05pm »

And another photo of me alone on the boat in the regata with strong wind[imUser Imageg]TEXT[/img]
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« Reply #32 on: Feb 15th, 2007, 09:22am »

Impressive looking boat!
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« Reply #33 on: Feb 26th, 2007, 2:17pm »

noted quite an interest on this topic but few comments and therefor I shell place some more eventual proof:[em[IMG]http://i169.photobucket.com/albums/u204/capada/untitle
This is a photo of aurora borealis .nothing strange you may say. Look at North star her altitude it is abt 40 deg.which means the photo was taken from latitude of 40 degres N.That is the latitude of New York,Portugal,Spain,southern Italy ,Greece etc.Who ever saw aurorea borealis on those latitudes.
Or the photo was taken half way down the North pole hole.
By the way this photo was found on Google Earth as placemark on northern Greenland 82 39 N,40 15W.
The position matches exactly as taken frm the hole towards south.
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« Reply #34 on: Feb 26th, 2007, 2:18pm »

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« Reply #35 on: Feb 26th, 2007, 2:31pm »

Now look at this photo .The Ursa Major is upside down and those two stars in the upper part of the photo are the last part of Ursa Major.Making an imaginary line between the stars and pointing down for five times the distance of two stars you come to Polar star.Where it is you would not imagine bellow horizon or abt so.
That photo is therefore taken on Equator or half way down the hole of north pole.[imUser Imageg]TEXT[/img]
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« Reply #36 on: Feb 26th, 2007, 2:45pm »

Now look at this photo of Antarctic stations of different
countries.All of them are equidistant from south pole,on the same latitude but different longitude.
Those stations are Mc Murdo,Vostok,Veddell and Vinson,and all of them are may be 30nm in the eventual south pole hole.[imUser Imageg]TEXT[/img]
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« Reply #37 on: Mar 6th, 2007, 03:20am »

Missing: a huge chunk of the earth's crust

By Stefano Ambrogi Mon Mar 5, 11:22 AM ET

LONDON (Reuters) - A team of British scientists has set sail on a voyage to examine why a huge chunk of the earth's crust is missing, deep under the Atlantic Ocean -- a phenomenon that challenges conventional ideas about how the earth works.
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The 20-strong team aims to survey an area some 3,000 to 4,000 metres deep where the mantle -- the deep interior of the earth normally covered by a crust kilometres thick -- is exposed on the sea floor.

Experts describe the hole along the mid-Atlantic ridge as an "open wound" on the ocean floor that has puzzled scientists for the five or so years that its existence has been known because it defies existing tectonic plate theories of evolution.

"We know so little about it," said Bramley Murton, a senior research scientist at Southampton's National Oceanography Center.

"It's a real challenge to our established understanding of what the earth's surface looks like underneath the waves," he told Reuters by telephone from the brand new, hi-tech British research ship RRS James Cook.

Mid ocean ridges are places where new oceanic crust is born, with red-hot lava spewing out along the seafloor.

What scientists are keen to know is whether the crust was ripped away by huge geological faults, or whether it never even developed in the first place.

The primary motivation for the project was to understand how the earth continues to evolve.

"The area that we are looking at is part of a mountain range that spans thousands of square kilometres, but we are beginning to realize that there are probably millions of square kilometres where the ocean floor is missing," Murton said.

The six week mission, led by geophysicist Roger Searle of Durham University and Chris MacLeod of Cardiff University's School of Earth, Ocean and Planetary Sciences, will recover sample cores of rock by drilling into the mantle using a rig lowered on to the sea floor.

Asked if the discovery posed a threat to the environment, Murton replied: "It's not problematic for the earth because it is a natural earth process -- but in terms of knowing how the earth works and how the world is put together it is important."

Murton also said the expedition would shed light on the composition of sea water amongst other initiatives.

Crust formation is a fundamental mechanism of the earth which affects the chemistry of the world's oceans.

Progress by the research team can be monitored via a live web link to the ship at: http://www.noc.soton.ac.uk/gg/classroom@sea/JC007/.
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« Reply #38 on: Mar 8th, 2007, 6:52pm »

interesting article Luis but I do not see the conection with the topic threed
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« Reply #39 on: Mar 18th, 2007, 7:37pm »

This is supergiant star V838 monocerotis.Look at the patern of forming celestial body.
Why Earth too could not have followed the same patern.[imUser Imageg]TEXT[/img]
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« Reply #40 on: Mar 18th, 2007, 7:41pm »

This is MARS. Look at the north pole.It looks very much as a hole there-[imUser Imageg]TEXT[/img]
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« Reply #41 on: Mar 18th, 2007, 8:02pm »

These two images are passages of polar satellites no 15 and 16 in 24 hrs but all of polar satellites are avoiding the passage over the poles, WHYhuh
Maybe if the holes are realy there it would unstabilize their orbit or even worse.
Their orbit is 700-800 mls high and if the holes are of that diameter they would definitely interfere their orbit but not only if they pass exactly over the pole but also 4-5 degrees of lower latitude.[imUser Imageg]TEXT[/img][imUser Imageg]TEXT[/img]
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« Reply #42 on: Mar 27th, 2007, 01:03am »

after some investigation I came to the conclusion that the shell of hollow earth if any should be some 1150 mls wide and therefore the central span of the hole should be 335mls.Start of the inclination of the hole remains at 77 28 32 latitude.
Visualy it will be like this:[imUser Imageg]TEXT[/img]
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« Reply #43 on: Mar 27th, 2007, 01:05am »

From an angle:[imUser Imageg]TEXT[/img]
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« Reply #44 on: Mar 27th, 2007, 01:09am »

Or graficaly lateral wiew of the hole:[imUser Imageg]TEXT[/img]
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