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Our Earth is Hollow - The Scientific Evidence

Our Earth is Hollow - The Scientific Evidence

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Our Earth IS Hollow! -- The Scientific Evidence
Subterranean Worlds 
Chapter Two 
Our Earth IS Hollow! -- The Scientific Evidence
Source: Our Hollow Earth!http://www.ourhollowearth.com/Chap2.htmTherefore, let us take the evidence of the scientific community as presented by John M. Prytz in his article, "The Hollow Earth Hoax,"and see how well his evidence recorded in high school texts, even in elementary texts, stands up against the first-hand observationsof trained observers.Number One item of Prytz's "factual evidence explaining why the hollow earth (and it's polar openings) cannot exist," states:"The North polar area is covered with water, commonly known as the Arctic Ocean. It has an area of 3,622,200 square miles and anaverage depth of 4,362 feet. This Arctic Ocean is the name for water North of the continental land masses in the region of the ArcticCircle, and is often covered with pack ice. If any polar opening were present, the water under the force of gravity would drain into thehole, like the water which drains into a sink drain. Therefore, either the hollow earth would be FLOODED TO CAPACITY, or elsewater would still be draining down the hole, not only causing a gigantic whirlpool, but also lowering the level of all the world's oceans--such a drop has not been noticed."Our answer to Mr. Prytz is that the North Polar Opening does indeed exist. However, the Arctic Ocean does not "drain" into the "hole,"because the earth's principal center of gravity is not at it's center, as would be the case if the earth were a solid sphere.A look at my drawing of Our Hollow Earth which is a center section through the earth's polar axis, we see that the earth's shell isapproximately 800 miles from the outer to the inner surface. The earth's atmosphere extends from the inner surface, as it does on theouter surface, upward 600 miles and 4,600 miles inside our earth is PURE SPACE--a vacuum. Any student of physics knows thatgravity is caused by mass. Empty space alone does not produce the force of gravity.Granted, an inner sun would contain some of the mass of the earth, but very little, in comparison to the shell. Because our earth ishollow and not a solid sphere, a small center of gravity is located in the inner sun, but because the preponderance of mass in a hollowearth is located in its shell, the primary center of gravity is located in the shell, somewhere between the outer and inner surfaces, anddescribes a sphere -- a central sphere of gravity. Because of higher density in the earth's crust toward the inner side of our planet, thecentral sphere of gravity is located 700 miles down in our 800 mile thick crust -- according to the Inner Earth guide in ETIDORPHA.(ETIDORPHA, p. 193) Explorer Olaf Jansen, who supposed the earth's crust to be 300 miles thick, explained the earth's center of gravity thus:"Sir James Ross claimed to have discovered the magnetic pole at about seventy-four degrees latitude. This is wrong--the magnetic poleis exactly one-half the distance through the earth's crust. Thus, if the earth's crust is three hundred miles in thickness, which is thedistance I estimate it to be, then the magnetic pole is undoubtedly one hundred and fifty miles below the surface of the earth, it mattersnot where the test is made. And at this particular point one hundred and fifty miles below the surface, gravity ceases, becomesneutralized; and when we pass beyond that point on toward the 'inside' surface of the earth, a reverse attraction geometrically increasesin power, until the other one hundred and fifty miles of distance is traversed, which would bring us out on the 'inside' of the earth.""Thus, if a hole were bored down through the earth's crust at London, Paris, New York, Chicago, or Los Angeles, a distance of threehundred miles, it would connect the two surfaces. While the inertia and momentum of a weight dropped in from the 'outside' surfacewould carry it far past the magnetic center, yet, before reaching the 'inside' surface of the earth it would gradually diminish in speed,after passing the halfway point, finally pause and immediately fall back toward the 'outside' surface, and continue thus to oscillate likethe swinging of a pendulum with the power removed, until it would finally rest at the magnetic center, or at that particular point exactly
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one-half the distance between the 'outside' surface and the 'inside' surface of the earth." (THE SMOKY GOD, pp. 160-162)Therefore, if we were to go over the 1200 mile curve of the North Polar Opening, which is the semicircumference of a 800 mile estimateof the earth's crust, we would always be exerted toward the central sphere of gravity of earth's mass, which contrary to popular opinionis not primarily in the center of the earth but 700 miles below our feet.As such the Arctic Ocean would no more empty into the "hole" than could the Australian Continent fall out into space.Let us take Prytz's SECOND objection to the Hollow Earth Theory. He states, "No unknown land masses exist in the area attributed towhere the North Polar Opening theoretically exists."The orthodox scientific theory concerning the north pole is that the arctic region around the pole is an ocean covered by an ice-cap. Withthis mental picture in mind, arctic explorers down through history have tried to "go to the pole." In their expeditions to reach the northpole nearly every explorer has admitted that when he got into the far north, his theories of what he should find did not hold and hismethods of finding his positions failed to function as expected. What good then, is a theory that fails to hold up under the facts? Prytzwould have the reader believe that because no land is shown on north polar maps in high school texts, that such lands do not exist!But the facts do not support the ice-cap-in-the-Arctic theory of orthodox scientific opinion. The observations of the polar explorers, onthe other hand, do support the Hollow Earth Theory of lands inside the polar regions which have even a subtropical climate. Let usexamine, therefore, the descriptions of polar explorers of what they observed in the polar region and then ask ourselves, does theevidence support a polar ice-cap theory or does it support the Hollow Earth Theory with polar openings leading to a land inside OurHollow Earth?Observations by north polar explorers indicate that there is indeed a land in the far north with a subtropical climate heated by a sister suninside Our Hollow Earth. For example, Explorer's reports of abundant animal and bird life in the summer time in the far north indicates ahomeland in the north from which they extend in the summer further south and to which they are seen to migrate in the fall.Explorer Hays observed abundant insect life in the far north. When he was in latitude 78 degrees, 17 minutes in early July he said, "Isecured a yellow-winged butterfly, and--who would believe it--a mosquito...ten moths, three spiders, two bees and two flies." (The OpenPolar Sea, p. 413)Notice the element of surprise that many explorers expressed resulting from the discovery of conditions which they weren't expecting.Explorer Greely, in his book, THREE YEARS OF ARCTIC SERVICE, in Grinnell Land in June of 1881, reports birds of an unknownspecies, butterflies, bumblebees, so many flies they couldn't sleep at night, and temperatures of 47 and 50 degrees at latitude 81 degrees49 minutes north. He also found plenty willow to make fire, and much driftwood, (Chapter 26, Vol. I)A swedish expedition under Otto Torell, found near Trurenberg Bay in the Arctic Sea, trees floating with green buds on them andamong them was found the seed of the tropical Entada Bean which measured 2.25 inches across. (Gardner, p. 253)Explorer Sverdrup at 81 degrees north found so many hares that they named one inlet, Hare Fiord. Also nearly all expedition partiesfound enough game to keep their exploring parties well fed with meat. These included herds of musk-oxen and reindeer. (Gardner p.254)Captain Beechey saw so many birds on the west coast of Spitzbergen that sometimes a single shot killed thirty of them. (Gardner p. 254)All explorers observed that not all animals migrate south to escape the cold Arctic winds in winter, but many instead go north. Where dothey go? Greely, surprised at the tremendous amount of wildlife in a supposed frozen north wrote, "Surely this presence of birds andflowers and beasts was a greeting on nature's part to our new home."Explorer Kane reported seeing several groups of Brent Geese, which is an American migratory bird, flying NORTHEAST in theirwedge-shaped line of flight at 80 degrees 50' north at Cape Jackson, near Grinnelland in late June 1854.Explorer Greely makes this statement of the northward migration of bears, "Lieutenant Lockwood, in May, 1882, noticed bear tracks
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(going NORTHEAST) on the north coast of Greenland, near Cape Benet in 83 degrees 3' N.," and commented, "...I cannot understandwhy the bear ever leaves the rich hunting-field of the 'North Water' for the desolate shores of the northward." (THREE YEARS, p. 366)Greely also wrote about the Ross Gull, "...the observations of Murdoch at Point Barrow show that this bird, in thousands, passes overthat point to the NORTHEAST in October, none of which were seen to return." (THREE YEARS, p. 383)Explorer Adolf Erick Nordenskiold, leader of a Swedish expedition, recorded in THE ARCTIC VOYAGE OF 1858-1878, that on May23, they saw north of Amsterdam Island (by Spitzbergen), "great numbers of barnacle geese...flying towards the NORTHWEST,perhaps to some land more northerly than Spitzbergen. (There is no such land on our present-day maps) The existence of such a land,"wrote Nordenskiold, "is considered quite certain by the walrus-hunters, who state that at the most northerly point hitherto reached, suchflocks of birds are seen steering their course in rapid flight yet farther toward the north." (Gardner, p. 160)Daines Barrington, in his book, ON THE POSSIBILITY OF APPROACHING THE NORTH POLE, wrote that observers inSpitzbergen have always noticed in spring, just before the hatching season, the wild ducks, geese, and other birds, fly in a northerlydirection. There is also a heavy fall migration to the north.In HEARNES JOURNAL, is told of observations around Hudson's Bay by Hearne of ten species of geese, particularly the snow goose,blue goose, brent goose, horned wavy goose, lay their eggs and raise their young in some country which to Hearne was unknown.Explorers, Indians and Eskimos could never tell where these fowl bred and it was well known that they never migrated to the south.Epes Sargent in his WONDERS OF THE ARCTIC WORLD tells that Franklin's second expedition saw large numbers of laughinggeese migrating to the unknown north--sure indication of land to the north. And this was observed on the north coast of Canada latitude69 degrees 29" N., longitude 130 degrees 19 minutes W., on July 13. (Sargent, p. 163).Newton in his ARCTIC MANUAL, wrote as follows concerning the migrations of the Knot, "The knot...in the spring seeks our island(England) in immense flocks, and after remaining on the coast for about a fortnight, can be traced proceeding gradually northwards,until finally, it takes leave of us. It has been noticed in Iceland and Greenland, but not to stay; the summer there would be too rigorousfor its liking, and it goes further and further north. Whither? Where does it build its nest and hatch its young? We loose all trace of it forsome weeks. What becomes of it?""Toward the end of summer back it comes to us in larger flocks than before, and both old birds and young birds remain upon our coastsuntil November, or, in mild seasons even later. Then it wings its flight to the south, and luxuriates in blue skies and balmy airs until thefollowing spring, then it resumes the order of its migration." (Gardner pp. 259-260) Surely these migrations indicate a land further norththan Greenland and Spitzbergen with an ideal climate for the breeding grounds of these migratory birds and animals.Many explorers noticed a rise in temperature the farther north they went. For example, Nansen reported that a northwind in the winter iswarmer than a south wind. On Jan. 18, 1894 at 79 degrees N., Nansen wrote, "It is curious that there is almost always a rise of thermometer with these stronger winds...A south wind of less velocity generally lowers the temperature, and a moderate north windRAISES it." (FARTHEST NORTH, Vol. I, p. 197) Two months later on March 4th, Nansen also wrote, "It is curious that now thenortherly winds bring cold and the southerly warmth. Earlier in the winter IT WAS JUST THE OPPOSITE." This obviously indicatesthe existence of a warmer land toward the north from which the warm wind blows in the winter.In Roald Amundsen's FIRST CROSSING OF THE POLAR SEA, by dirigible, May 12, 1926, this rise in temperature toward the polewas also recorded. Upon leaving Spitzbergen the temperature was minus 8 degrees centigrade. Then the temperature at the altitude of flight sank steadily from 5 degrees below freezing over King's Bay to 12 degrees below zero on 88 degrees north on the European sideof the pole. FROM THIS PLACE IT BEGAN TO RISE SLOWLY. The temperature at the pole was 2 degrees below zero. That is anincrease of 10 degrees! (FIRST CROSSING, p. 230)In the soviet flight of Mikhail Gromov, of the Soviet Air Force, in an article titled, "Across the North Pole to America," he recorded asimilar increase of temperature at the pole. Flying above Franz Josef Land at 13,000 feet, the temperature was minus 16 degreesCentigrade. But at the pole at 8,850 feet the temperature was recorded at minus 8 degrees C--an 8 degree increase in temperature. BothAmundsen and Gromov changed direction after calculating with the sextant that they were at the pole.It must be understood that when explorers say they have reached the pole, that this means that they have reached a point on the curvatureof the earth in the Arctic or Antarctic where the angle of the sun over the horizon on their sextant readings indicates that they are farthest
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