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Is our Earth hollow?

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Interesting theory i must say. I would assume however that since reaching the final frontier and taking images of Earth from outer space that this would be hard to argue any longer. Maybe I didn't read closely enough to see how we could miss this with those types of photos... government coverups or some such thing perhaps

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There's really not many pictures of the North or South poles for some odd reason, even with the advancement of satellites. It seems like all of the pictures are "cloud" covered.

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About the only clear picture I can pull up on the North pole. And it does seem to have a wierd spot up top :shock:

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I'm skeptical, but I'll play along and offer an off-the-wall theory on the always cloudy poles.

Well... The earth is 7926 miles in diameter. According to the pic above there is a center of gravity 400 miles into the earths crust, so i will assume that the land mass on the hollow side is approx 400 miles from the center of gravity as well.

This leaves us with a hollow area approximately 6326 miles in diameter (7926 - (800*2))... So it must be pretty hot in there with a sun at such close distance ( 3143 miles away, ours is 93,000,000 miles)

So i would then assume a lot of water would be evaporating... perhaps this evaporation escaping explains the cloudy masses plaguing photo's of the poles???

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I'm skeptical, but I'll play along and offer an off-the-wall theory on the always cloudy poles.

Well... The earth is 7926 miles in diameter. According to the pic above there is a center of gravity 400 miles into the earths crust, so i will assume that the land mass on the hollow side is approx 400 miles from the center of gravity as well.

This leaves us with a hollow area approximately 6326 miles in diameter (7926 - (800*2))... So it must be pretty hot in there with a sun at such close distance ( 3143 miles away, ours is 93,000,000 miles)

So i would then assume a lot of water would be evaporating... perhaps this evaporation escaping explains the cloudy masses plaguing photo's of the poles???

I think i've gone cross-eyed lol.....good reasoning though

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