Arctic Expedition To Prove That The Earth Is Hollow

Carefully crafted plans and millions in funding have been secured for a journey to locate the passageway to Inner Earth. I certainly hope that the North Pole Inner Earth Expedition happens:

This $1.5 million pledge gets the ship charter in place by August of 2012. The Expedition launches in July of 2013. The science is real. The story is more than 5,000 years old. The legend says that at a certain place above the Arctic Circle, there exists an oceanic depression or an entrance into the Earth. It’s a place where the maritime legend claims sea level isn’t level anymore.

The discovery that the earth is hollow would forever shatter our long-held beliefs about how planets are formed. More importantly, however, discovering life beneath the earth’s crust could potentially provide us with new tools that would allow life on the surface to regain environmental balance, harmony, and possibly even peace.

50 Comments on "Arctic Expedition To Prove That The Earth Is Hollow"

  1. Anarchy Pony | Jun 15, 2012 at 3:23 pm |

    “More importantly, however, discovering life beneath the earth’s crust could potentially provide us with new tools that would allow life on the surface to regain environmental balance, harmony, and possibly even peace.” Lolwut? It would just become a new frontier to colonize and exploit.

  2. they are going to pull the oceans drain plug.

  3. Etrusley112402 | Jun 15, 2012 at 4:14 pm |

    it could lead us to a place we arent supposed to find.your dad hides stuff pretty good in the house. its because we werent supposed to touch it! i understand evolution of thought and life but , learn about the waters aroun dus first to understand where it is that we may be going. space shmace. know the waters before the skys. our government is so screwed. prolly just another ploy of look over here

  4. they’re going to find it using “a special gyroscope and intuition”.  lol .. the russians will be laughing all the way to the bank

    • As opposed to using an Unspecial Gyroscope? Wow, didn’t realize one of
      my childhood toys would transform into a 3-D (or more?) GPS-sorta tool. Intuition goes a long way, though. Donate!

  5. I think I saw this in an episode of Doctor Who.  There’s a race of Homo-Reptilian (lizard people) living down there.

  6. Paintagirl | Jun 15, 2012 at 4:49 pm |

    Sounds like a Movie/Book to me!!! 😉 
    but how fabulous Jules vision has become reality

  7. chinagreenelvis | Jun 15, 2012 at 4:52 pm |

    Saying “The Science is Real,” does not, in fact, and contrary to popular belief, make it real.

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  9. DeepCough | Jun 15, 2012 at 5:35 pm |

    Are they bringing Dante’s “Inferno” with them as a guide through “Hollow Earth,” too?

  10. Haha anyone ever see the movie Mole People?

  11. Lifobryan | Jun 15, 2012 at 6:42 pm |

    I can save them a lot of money. The passageway to inner earth is in the back of my mother’s old clothes dryer. Certain settings will open a winding vortex that leads to the earth’s core, at the bottom of which you will find a huge pile of missing underwear & mismatched socks. 

  12. This has been suppressed over and over for the past 5 years. The best evidence, only because CG nowadays makes everything unbelievable, is the US’s expedition to the south pole in the Navy propoganda movie A New Earth I think it was called?

    There are a lot of sound arguments about why this needs to be investigated, it really should be something two guys with an artic flyer should be able to confirm in about 5 hour from now…. The world’s not that forgiving unfortunately.

  13. This thing again? Maybe they’ll find Admiral Byrd, the Purple-Lepracans, and a few Toltecs.

  14. “The discovery that the earth is hollow would forever shatter our long-held beliefs about how planets are formed.”
    Not only that, but it would forever shatter our understanding of the physics that we use everyday that we’ve used to gain our current understanding of the Earth’s inner structure. A hollow Earth would require a new theory of how seismic waves could pass through a hollow shell and act EXACTLY like they’re passing through a molten mantle and dense iron core.
    You know, modern science isn’t something a random guy pulled out of his ass. Theories are backed up by a LOT of evidence, and any new theory has to be able to explain all the evidence we already have. A hollow Earth directly contradicts an enormous body of evidence, and the only possible way such a thing could be is “Goddidit.” Which is about as shitty an answer as anyone has ever come up with.

    • Unfortunately you just made all of that up because
      A. you read it in a book someone else wrote for you in high school, or
      B. you like to try and sound smart.
      There is a large body of your precious “evidence,” which is really all just conjecture regardless of which side you take, that supports the Hollow Earth theory based specifically on seismic activity. So three cheers for bringing that one up.
      There’s also a strong theory that the Moon is hollow based on the way it reverberates for hours whenever we crash stuff into it. But I’m sure you’re not interested in spending time reading about such a preposterous idea.

      Don’t forget that the Earth is GIGANTIC, sure not in regards to a gas giant or a star, but there is still the full possibility for plate tectonics, convection, aurora, and all the goodies our science books like to rave about -within- the Hollow Earth theory. Of course there are a lot of crazys that write about it too, so depending on who you are listening to the theory can sound like utter garbage, same story with God, the big bang, or any other complex idea.

      • Yeah… I just made up…SCIENCE!!! You are free to believe what you want, and I’m free to shake my head in amazement that you can be so dense. I’ll admit that there’s a large body of evidence to support a hollow Earth theory, but all that evidence still has to ignore everything we’ve come to understand about physics.
        Have you ever studied science? Any branch of science? Do you have the dimmest understanding of the scientific method? Pretty clearly not.

        • You didn’t make up any science other than your mentioning seismic wave measurement, and I wasn’t trying to say that you did. You made up a bunch of sentences that said any sort of talk about even the possibility of a hollow Earth would totally go against all of science and destroy modern physics.

          In truth, “theories” are often proven not entirely accurate over time. Plate tectonics, the molten core, it all seems to fit nicely so we go with it, but that doesn’t mean we went down and made sure. There is a lot of stuff, like electricity and gravity, that we use more for convenience because the measurements work better than we actually understand them.

          Have you ever calculated how much mass the entire Earth beneath your feet should have in order to generate the well know 9.8m/s we call gravity? Why can areas of the ocean have so much less gravity when the crust only makes up less than 1%? shouldn’t the 199% more Earth beneath all of that more or less even it all out? Maybe the force is more than plentifully generated by the shell and our estimations of the nature of gravity versus the mass beneath our feet in such large scales is just a tad bit off? It’s possible. I don’t claim to have all the answers, but it’s possible. And it is weird that the world is so secretive about the North Pole with plenty of satellites that should be able to take extremely detailed data on the elevation/make up of what’s at the center up there.

          If you would actually say what it is about physics you think we’d have to ignore to reach your level of amazement I’d be happy to comment on it. Gravity which has never been properly explained by anyone, ever, is not really the best of arguments, though it is certainly one.

          And by the way science is systematized experimentation, which usually does NOT involve counting apple ten times in a row to make sure you got the right number. We combine data to formulate ideas and sometimes the prove have been not the whole story. No need to freak out about something that could be new and awesome.

          • While it’s true that we don’t know WHAT gravity is, we do know EXACTLY how it works. Well enough that we can toss a space probe into the sky and sling it off moving planets, and have it end up exactly where we want it after falling for a couple billion miles. If we had as fuzzy a concept of gravity as you’re imagining, that wouldn’t be possible.
            Scientists have an understanding of gravity that allows them to make some very complex predictions of how it works, and all of those predictions pan out perfectly, at least on the planetary scale. There are some anomalies on the galactic scale which have required hypothesizing Dark Matter to explain, but here, not so much.
            You talk about areas of the ocean with “so much less gravity,” but the most extreme variation is significantly less than 1%. No, this does not suggest to me that the Earth is a hollow shell. It suggests that the Earth is a solid spheroid with variations in density, which is what guys who study it ALOT have concluded.
            How exactly is the world secretive about the North Pole? There are indeed satellites flying over it all the time, as well as commercial airlines & occasional expeditions. A Norwegian couple just got married there a few weeks ago. Hey! They must be part of the cover-up! It’s a conspiracy!!!

          •  We know the equation of how gravity works because we can test that in labs, so we use that calculation to come up with the numbers of how much mass is in the Earth, how much mass is in Jupiter, etc. But that doesn’t mean we understand why or what is making up that mass. Because of the very fact that we don’t understand what causes gravity other than our equation based entirely on mass there may very well be an unforeseen factor that boosts or numbs gravity in various situations. We only know how to measure the effects, and yes we are very good at that with satellites and the Moon and all that but it doesn’t mean that we have answered all the questions as to why we are able to make those calculations….. hard to put into words… We know how to use Jupiters gravity because we can calculate it from outside observations, we don’t actually know the whole story as to why it has that much gravity, which for the most part is not an inconvenience at all, but the fact remains we don’t know for sure. Same story with seismic waves, we know how they go in and and how they come out so we use that data to estimate what we think the inner Earth should be comprised of. That again is pure theory based on very distant observation and it is absolutely possible that our model of the make-up of the inner Earth is incorrect. We haven’t figured out a way of confirming that yet though, so who knows. We found a model that more or less fits, from several different angles, and so we go with it, that’s why it’s all theory instead of fact, we can’t actually look at it, but it’s the best we’ve got.

            As for traveling to the north pole, you kind of just have to take everyone’s word for it, from one angle… Then again, A. The various Hollow Earth theories could be wrong. B. Maybe just the holes in the poles theory is wrong. C. The GPS data is wrigged? Again I’m not trying to say I’VE BEEN THERE!! IT’S REAL!! I just don’t think it’s something we should attack and say No Way!! As if finding the Earth to be hollow would hurt our feelings or something tiny like that.
            There’s only a couple ways to get up there and most involve going through the Russian government…
            Modern flights and satellites very rarely go directly over the pole as it doesn’t make much sense to in most cases, and even if they claim to, there’s ample ways to mock it all up. That dips pretty deep into conspiracy theory though so it’s hard to lean on that much. Most satellites just don’t collect data of the North Pole, offer a white smudge, or are digitally generated color maps.

            I’m not saying anything is definite, but I still think it’s a subject worth exploring. Any good scientist is someone how questions, continuously; far too many are content to just stick with what we’ve got and go from there. That’s really my only beef with the subject. Shutting down new ideas without end-all definitive screenshots of wtf is going on, is just not a good practice, even if some things need to be left on the back burner.
            (sry for wall of text)

  15. My Uncle Bob went to the centre of the Earth once. He spent a year there, and did quite well for himself. There was an entire community of people that came and went, and they lived ordinary lives. Some of them spoke English, but with an accent.

    Sorry, did I say “the centre of the Earth”?

    I meant Walthamstow.

    • Lifobryan | Jun 16, 2012 at 11:54 pm |

      Haha! I’m posting from Waltham MA in the US. I wonder if that secret subterranean telluric  tunnel connects Walthamstow with Waltham …..?

  16. I have ALWAYS LOVED hollow earth theory 😀 I’m excited 😀

  17. Wasn’t this article supposed to have been released 2-1/2 months ago?

  18. Hey, i have a wardrobe that can take you to this land with a witch and a lion. I don’t really know much about it, but the science is real, and for an asking price of one kajillion kafillion dollars, it can be yours to explore as well.

  19. GoodDoktorBad | Jun 16, 2012 at 10:55 am |

    It certainly is a fun theory……I hope they find something interesting….

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  21. Jonathan Hayes | Jun 16, 2012 at 1:48 pm |

    Fucking retarded

  22. anonymouse | Jun 17, 2012 at 1:35 am |

    ah, the wonders of black & white thinking… either the earth is hollow or it isn’t, right? could it be possible that just MAYBE the truth lies between the two poles of this false dichotomy? perhaps there are large spaces and chasms within the crust of the earth that have not been discovered, have been hidden, or both. it would surprise me if there weren’t

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  24. Aussie Mama | Jun 18, 2012 at 12:31 am |

    Agartha is real. The world below, is what the 33rd degree freemasons learn about and we are not privy to.

  25. Thawalkingman | Jun 18, 2012 at 2:52 am |

    Arguing with Hollow Earthers is about as useful as arguing with Evangelicals. 

    Within their limited frame of reference, their arguments make sense. And, they staunchly refuse to learn anything that might expand their knowledge to the point that their beliefs might be challenged. 

    They are masters of their own puddle of ignorance and steadfastly refuse to wade into the ocean of knowledge that is readily available.

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  27. Haha -people are travelling to all sorts of places these days (or years ahead) Mars, Inner Earth, Astroids – I’m saving myself until they put up a Hilton with a decent poolbar! 🙂

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