by Jan Lamprecht. Contents. PART I – HOLLOW PLANET BASICS. CHAPTER 1 – Hollow Planet History. CHAPTER 2 – Newtonian Gravity Revisited. CHAPTER . by Jan Lamprecht. from HollowPlanets Website. Contents. PART I – HOLLOW PLANET BASICS. CHAPTER 1 – Hollow Planet History. CHAPTER 2 – Newtonian. Videos. Video: Tom Metzger & Jan: Discuss: UFOs, Germans in Antarctica; Vietnam · History Science Videos · Video: Tom Metzger & Jan: Discuss: UFOs.

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So if there’s radium then it might we have been uranium to start with.

Hollow Earth

Satellite photos gave nothing away. Poanets actually kicked the whole subject off and we began talking. As you get closer to the hole, the compass would begin pointing DOWN. Jan, Please share with the group how you became interested in the Hollow Earth.

Although you can not see the other side, there is a new phenomenon known to all Polar explorers: Refers to the mysterious catacombs beneath Paris, and other underground mysteries which lead inside the Earth. Lxmprecht addition, ordinary matter is not strong enough to support a hollow shape of planetary size against the pkanets of gravity; a planet-sized hollow shell with the known, observed thickness of the Earth’s crust would not be able to achieve hydrostatic equilibrium with its own mass and would collapse.

The picture of the structure of the Earth that has been arrived at through the study of seismic waves [50] is quite different from the Hollow Earth hypothesis. Death plansts culture Parapsychology Scientific literacy. The spheres rotate at different speeds. One could ask oneself many questions about conventional Aurora theory.


The evidence indicates that the Earth is filled with solid rock mantle and crustliquid nickel-iron alloy outer coreand solid nickel-iron inner core. It is a page book, of holow I have a copy, which contains notes from the journals of many famous explorers, including Amundsen, Peary, Lt Greely and many others.

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But what if they all were? Since the very heavy elements are unstable – all we would need is somewhere down there to be enough uranium to reach critical mass, and then we have a self-igniting naturally occuring nuclear reaction like happened in Gabon in West Africa. I didn’t REALLY believe that a hole 1, miles in diameter could remain hidden for so long or go unnoticed in some way and was thus somewhat skeptical about the whole idea of such a huge entrance.

If the atmosphere did not move along with the earth we’d have 1, mph winds blowing at the equator – instead, even a mph wind is a great rarity. Why only the poles?

Isn’t this more conducive to life perhaps? Subteranean civilisation – bah humbug. Much of the “missing mass” of Planet X could also be accounted for if it was hollow. Amundsen, discoverer of the South Pole, got thoroughly lost near the north pole.

A small nuclear powered sun – possibly powered by nuclear fission rather than fusion as stars are. But, the Alien Captain explained a great deal planegs the pressure of light.


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Hollow Planets

They found it was 82 miles off centre. The idea of a hollow Earth is a common element of fiction, appearing as early as Ludvig Holberg ‘s novel Nicolai Klimii iter subterraneum Niels Klim’s Underground Travelsin which Nicolai Klim falls through a cave while spelunking and spends several years living on a smaller globe both within and the inside of the outer shell.

Some thought it was depressed and others thought it lead to a hole inside. Now if the Earth’s crust is say miles thick, then we find that beyond the inner atmosphere is a vaccuum of: Is it not possible therefore that when the Earth originally formed, that the heavier elements as expected would descend to the centre. Note those Antarctic pollyanas I spoke about.

It was Lew who came across the guy and then we looked at his prophecies. Huge amounts which would form the first continents. Why aren’t they afflicted by Earth changes? He’d borrowed some negatives and made copies one weekend.