Friday, October 12, 2007
Hollow Earth radio interview part 3
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This is part three of our radio interview on Coast To Coast AM with George Noory about the Hollow Earth Theory and our book: The Land of No Horizon.
Continuing on with polar holes, we explain how atmospheric pressure had built up inside the planet over millions of years and when this pressure escaped it caused flooding of the outside world. This is a possible explanation of Noah's Flood. The holes left behind from this event were silted up forming a false sea floor and these areas help explain areas where unusual disappearances occur such as the Bermuda Triangle. Similarly Mars was heavily flooded in the past and we explain that this is because Mars is also hollow and has gone through a similar forming process as the Earth. There is a possibility that life could exist within Mars.
Next we talk about the expanding Earth theory - as the Earth became increasingly hollow it grew in size. This expansion is the driving force we have been looking for to explain continental drift. When the earth first formed it was only one third today's size and the continents were joined into a super-landmass that completely covered the earth. As the Earth expanded this crust broke up forming the continents we see today.
We end of this section with a short talk about seismology and a hollow Earth.