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Ripples in Spacetime, and it's relation to the Hollow Earth Theory.

 
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Ripples in Spacetime, and it's relation to the Hollow Earth Theory.
I have been looking up the hollow earth and one thing that I come across more often than not is this. If you were on the inside of the crust you would be pulled toward the crust not the core of the planet because of the way gravity works. Instead of the earth creating one indentation in the fabric space time it would appear more like a ripple.

What do you think?

Do you believe in the Hollow Earth Theory?

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Re: Ripples in Spacetime, and it's relation to the Hollow Earth Theory.
I have been looking up the hollow earth and one thing that I come across more often than not is this. If you were on the inside of the crust you would be pulled toward the crust not the core of the planet because of the way gravity works. Instead of the earth creating one indentation in the fabric space time it would appear more like a ripple.

What do you think?

Do you believe in the Hollow Earth Theory?

:ripple:
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I am quite interested in this subject. What are your sources for info? A ripple makes sense to me.
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Re: Ripples in Spacetime, and it's relation to the Hollow Earth Theory.
I have been looking up the hollow earth and one thing that I come across more often than not is this. If you were on the inside of the crust you would be pulled toward the crust not the core of the planet because of the way gravity works. Instead of the earth creating one indentation in the fabric space time it would appear more like a ripple.

What do you think?

Do you believe in the Hollow Earth Theory?

ripple
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I am quite interested in this subject. What are your sources for info? A ripple makes sense to me.
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A lot of youtube videos about the inner earth speak about this. They state that you are pulled toward the crust, and not the center of the earth. If you sailed or flew into the opening you might not even notice because it would just seem like you are going straight. You would end up in a different environment though. It's supposedly warm, and you would realize that something was different. The arctic animals travel north for the winter instead of south, and I believe this is because birds and bears alike travel to the inner earth.





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it could actually be true, since they believe its all molten iron in the centre, so its heavy, and it has to be affted by the centrifugal and centripetal forces from eath's rotation and revolution omg
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Re: Ripples in Spacetime, and it's relation to the Hollow Earth Theory.
I have been looking up the hollow earth and one thing that I come across more often than not is this. If you were on the inside of the crust you would be pulled toward the crust not the core of the planet because of the way gravity works. Instead of the earth creating one indentation in the fabric space time it would appear more like a ripple.

What do you think?

Do you believe in the Hollow Earth Theory?

ripple
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Nonsense. This is not the way gravity works and is against the laws of gravity.

When you are outside the sphere, the center of gravity for a hollow sphere is still the center of the sphere.

Inside the sphere you feel no gravity. It is called the 'shell theorem' and can be proven mathematically.

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From the water trinity will be born,
One who will make Thursday as his holiday.
His renown, praise, rule, and power increase,
By land and sea to the East by storm.





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