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Hollow Earth Entrance?

  • Pindz
  • uploaded: Feb 8, 2010
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  • Garciaface#

    Garciaface June 2, 2011 4:35:50 AM CEST

    Over ninety percent of the Earth is unexplored. People want to live in seriously crowded cities, and visit only the most popular wonders of the world. The rest of the Earth is wide open and hardly ever sees people. Any of you have cash and want to see where the true mysteries lie, then go explore the North Pacific and South Indian Oceans. This is where an Atlantean civilization lived prior to a crustal shift. Google map it, and spend a few hours exploring these areas. Look for underwater mountain ranges. Remember, when the crust shifts, some lands sink whilst others rise. Or, you could skip all this and go to Las Vegas to see the Luxor, or England to see Stonehenge. Why not, it's where everyone else goes?

  • Mrduncan32#

    Mrduncan32 February 28, 2010 9:28:35 PM CET

    400ft isn't much of an intrence to a hollow earth,but it is neat.

  • Lallu#

    Lallu February 24, 2010 4:09:52 AM CET

    Sorry to disagree, but the earth would not implode if it were hollow. We really do not know what is inside the earth. The lava that comes out from volcanoes is not from very deep within the earth. You should read 'Hollow Planets', it has very good information about the theory of hollow Earth.

  • Ordell#

    Ordell February 9, 2010 8:58:18 AM CET

    if the earth was hollow it would have no magnetic field and would violently implode. in the video it says they found the bottom...

  • Knightquest#

    Knightquest February 9, 2010 12:02:46 AM CET

    Stalagtites and stalagmites can not form in a submerged enviroment.

  • Dourselfafavor#

    Dourselfafavor February 8, 2010 11:23:32 PM CET

    Impact crater.....

  • Jayson1972#

    Jayson1972 February 8, 2010 10:56:11 PM CET

    No it is not! How can it be the entrance to the "hollow earth when it states the bottm is at 400 ft.????? not very hollow than is it.



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