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Thread: What will Scientist response be when they learn the earth is hollow?

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    What will Scientist response be when they learn the earth is hollow?

    ROFLMAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! They would be paralyzed with laughter when they heard such a ridiculous conjecture.

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    What will Scientist response be when they learn the earth is hollow?

    Is it more difficult for some to accept fact.If tom morrow a team of Big Bang Scientist discovered the earth to be hollow how would this be perceived?....james the hollow earth manVolcanoes are cause by Hell enlarging itself. The center of the earth,s crust or the point of Gravitational Equillibrium may be about 1000 miles down. This top 1000 miles of mass,s gravity supports the 1000 miles below it causing a 4000 mile hollow in the center. As the volcanoes erupt the hollow increases in volume.The simplist approach to imagine the earth,s surface being made say of2000 mile diameter spheres. These would have a center of 1000 miles so with each placed in a circle to make the earth,s circumference fill in between with similar mass. This would leave a hollow and the 2000 mile thick crust would be supporting itself.

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    What will Scientist response be when they learn the earth is hollow?

    Someone would have to explain what process could make the earth hollow, or show some evidence for it, before I would even consider such a ridiculous thing.

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    What will Scientist response be when they learn the earth is hollow?

    The earth most likely has a molten core, little buddy. Unless you've been there, I don't think you could argue otherwise.

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    What will Scientist response be when they learn the earth is hollow?

    Holly crack pipe Batman, the Earth is hollow! Interesting, but how does that gravity and magnetic field stuff work without a core... hmmm

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    What will Scientist response be when they learn the earth is hollow?

    You do realize that we have mountains of data to show that not only is the Earth not hollow, but that we even have a pretty good idea of what it's made of, farther down that you might be able to dig with your shovel?

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    What will Scientist response be when they learn the earth is hollow?

    It's not hollow.

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    What will Scientist response be when they learn the earth is hollow?

    "Then explain volcanoes."

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    What will Scientist response be when they learn the earth is hollow?

    I'm sure they'd laugh hysterically and maybe just maybe ask where your proof or evidence is...It's not "fact" if it hasn't been proven. Not only is there no evidence to promote the Hollow Earth Theory, there is a ton of data that contradicts it...Take your Bible and your crappy science elsewhere.

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    What will Scientist response be when they learn the earth is hollow?

    It will be the same response that the creationists will have when they learn that evolution is real

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