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PostSubject: Re: Hollow Earth   Wed Dec 28, 2011 7:36 pm

Brooks Agnew - Hour 1 - North Pole Inner Earth Expedition in 2012

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PostSubject: Re: Hollow Earth   Thu Dec 29, 2011 6:31 am

I just love the(for me) new plate-tectonic theory.....BRILJANT
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PostSubject: Re: Hollow Earth   Thu Dec 29, 2011 11:20 am

A lot of people cannot imagine the possibility that the earth may be hollow. Observe the following demonstration and remember that the center of the earth is not solid. It is considered to be a liquid. (molten lava supposedly..which I don't believe)




Remember there was a day that the normal thinking was that the earth was flat!
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PostSubject: Re: Hollow Earth   Fri Dec 30, 2011 8:25 am

I think I'm with Cliff High on his earth theory. He says the center of the earth is PLASMA that is fed by the sun. Makes sense that a long time ago the earth was smaller, with less gravity which is how they built the pyramids. Then, as the earth expands, that's what spread the continents apart, and it is ever expanding as it is fed from the sun. He has a lot of other examples that explains why this makes sense. At least it did to me.

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To make it all very simple, Cliff proposed that if E=MC2 is true, then the reverse is also most likely true. To wit: if you can convert matter to energy, then obviously you can convert energy back into matter. In fact, matter is really nothing more than congealed energy. Thus the theory is that PLASMA in some manner not understood can take this energy from the Sun and converts it to matter – and that matter has to go somewhere, right? The more energy the Sun pumps into the core, the more matter is created and wow, oops!! That’s a big oops!

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PostSubject: Re: Hollow Earth   Fri Dec 30, 2011 10:05 am

Excellent thinking and link, S Sister!


Also I have read where the dinasours lived when we had less gravity. That is how they got so big. The article said that their heads would have been much too heavy, to be supported by their bone structure, if they were living in today's gravity scenario.


One thing that has perplexed me ..... As the earth expanded, where did all of the water come from? Perhaps from plasma!!!

I don't belive it came from comets. You have any idea how many comets it would take?!!!!!


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PostSubject: Re: Hollow Earth   Fri Dec 30, 2011 11:44 am

Water. let's think about that for a minute. H20 two hydrogen and one oxygen. If the earth is making it's own oxygen, then all it would need is the hydrogen. From Wikipedia:

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hydrogen is the lightest and most abundant chemical element, constituting roughly 75% of the Universe's chemical elemental mass.[5] Stars in the main sequence are mainly composed of hydrogen in its plasma state.

There you go, smash them atoms together.

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PostSubject: Re: Hollow Earth   Fri Dec 30, 2011 1:09 pm

cheers Wow this is making sense! fired up

Now all we need is an answer on how the amount of water is kept at a constant. bigw


There must be some sort of balance of nature. So if man puts nature enough out of balance....the great flood that Gabriel speaks of may come into play!! shocked
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PostSubject: Re: Hollow Earth   Fri Dec 30, 2011 5:27 pm

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To create water, oxygen and hydrogen atoms must be present. Mixing them together doesn't help; you're still left with just separate hydrogen and oxygen atoms. The orbits of each atom's electrons must become linked, and to do that we must have a sudden burst of energy to get these shy things to hook up.
Since hydrogen is extremely flammable and oxygen supports combustion, it wouldn't take much to create this force. Pretty much all we need is a spark -- not even a flame -- and boom! We've got water. The hydrogen and oxygen atoms' electrons' orbits have been conjoined.
But we also have an explosion and -- if our experiment was big enough, a deadly one. The ill-fated blimp, the Hindenburg, was filled with hydrogen to keep it afloat. As it approached New Jersey on May 6, 1937, to land after a trans-Atlantic voyage, static electricity (or an act of sabotage, according to some) caused the hydrogen to spark. When mixed with the ambient oxygen in the air, the hydrogen exploded, enveloping the Hindenburg in a ball of fire that completely destroyed the ship within half a minute.
There was, however, also a lot of water created by this explosion.

So, that's how the water is created. The question is, how is this process controlled by nature so that there isn't way too much?

We got this big burning plasma ball of hydrogen [the sun] and earth with it's layer of oxygen...



Here we have layers like an onion, the mesosphere and ionosphere between our air and space.

I think if they go poking holes in those [HAARP, chemtrails] we just might have a serious flooding problem. I also think Gabriel is on to something.
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PostSubject: Re: Hollow Earth   Sat Dec 31, 2011 9:05 am

This has been posted before, but thought I would put it up again. Especially the second half of this video, makes a lot of sense.

One question is why is India moving in the direction it is and pushing up the himalayan mountains up 2 inches per year.



I think the truth is a combination of expanding earth and continental drift. His theory doesn't account for the rock that has been pushed up to create the worlds' mountain ranges.

Also the theory of contental drift doesn't account for all of the "new" rock at the bottom of the oceans.
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