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Old 07-12-2009, 05:44 PM   #21 (permalink)
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I see Darkest_Hour's threads are as epic as ever.
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The Earth is a big place. They recently found a species (of monkey) in a jungle in southeast asia that no one had seen before ever. And that is just on the surface of the Earth. So there must be plenty of things we don't know living below ground.
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The people in the inner earth are actually said to be giants, and much more intelligent than us. And the intelligence grows the further you go down.
I guess we're somewhere near the outside then some of us a little bit further out...
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have you ever seen the episode of the simpsons where they do like a pan-view of the center of the earth on the way up to china?

the krishna hindu god-like dude with 12 arms pushing all the buttons while meditating is what's at the center.
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Good lord...how can anyone even be civil with Darkest Hour?
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The Solar System we live in today was formed from a remnants of a Supernova. This Sun we have now is either a second or third generation star. Most stars are part of a binary system. There a many stars that are studies by astonomers that hava a Sun-like Star with a companion neutron star. So, in our solar system, were is this Neutron star or black hole from the previous binary star system? Answer: many theorized it is in the center of the Earth!

So the Hollow Earth theory is just as plausible as using Black Holes to defy time/space in space travel. It's very credible, it's up to you to believe.
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The Solar System we live in today was formed from a remnants of a Supernova. This Sun we have now is either a second or third generation star. Most stars are part of a binary system.
That's just not true.
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That's just not true.
OK Some stars are part of a binary System.
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