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HerrProfessorDoktor
2004-Dec-19, 07:46 AM
C'mon, you know you want to. Starts at only $18,950 (not including, um, airfare to Moscow and everything else).

http://www.ourhollowearth.com/VoyagetoHollowEarth.htm

If you're lucky, you'll be able to plunge down the big drain at the top of the world and frolic in the Garden of Eden, hobnob with the Lost Tribes of Israel, maybe even meet the Lost Vikings of Greenland. (Disclaimer included)

Looks like they had to push back the date because not enough people were signing up. I wonder why?

I will give him one smidgen of credit - I like a woowoo that will get out of his chair and at least make an attempt to investigate his claims. Though of course, when he doesn't find the big hole he'll make up some excuse and keep trying until he finds what he wants.

Looks like he'll be on C2CAM this Thursday. Should be a gas.

HerrProfessorDoktor
2004-Dec-19, 07:59 AM
Here's a spiffier site (http://www.voyagehollowearth.com/) for the same thing. The itinerary page (http://www.voyagehollowearth.com/hollow_earth_trip_itinerary.html) is hilarious.

Ut
2004-Dec-19, 02:22 PM
I love the disclaimer. "Note, if we can't find the entrance to paradise, we're going to Siberia (ok, ok -- the New Siberian Islands, whatever they are)."

HerrProfessorDoktor
2004-Dec-20, 01:18 AM
I really do want to give this guy an A for effort.

From this page (http://www.ourhollowearth.com/5thExpeditionUpdate.htm):


I originally thought that perhaps there may have been a miscalculation in the gravitation constant which scientists have used to determine the strength of gravity exerted by a certain measured amount of matter. On first thought, also, it would seem that if the earth were hollow, that it would have less matter. After an extensive review of the theory behind the gravitation constant, I was unable to find any error in it and it's use in determining the acceleration of gravity exerted by mass...

What I want to know is, why did he schedule 5 days to travel to the City of Eden, but only 2 days to make it back? What's the catch?

Grey
2004-Dec-20, 02:58 AM
If they aren't even certain that they can find the opening to the hollow Earth, how can they be sure they can take a monorail from Jehu to the City of Eden? After all, I hear that the Jehu-Eden monorail is booked solid in the summer months, and I'd want to make sure they had reservations well in advance. :D

HerrProfessorDoktor
2004-Dec-20, 03:41 AM
Well, he does say they have flying saucers with a cruising speed between 10,000 mph and c. I'd like to see the transmission on those babies...

crateris
2004-Dec-20, 09:40 PM
Boy, I have to say this again (it's getting to be a habit):

Those people are friggin' NUTS!

:o

C.

crateris
2004-Dec-22, 10:15 PM
HEY! This would be a PERFECT opportunity for George Noory to put his money where his mouth is and go on the expedition. Then he could return and regale us with the details!!

Would somebody PLEASE call him some night and let him know of this FANTASTIC opportunity??

C.

tjm220
2004-Dec-22, 10:45 PM
I really do want to give this guy an A for effort.

From this page (http://www.ourhollowearth.com/5thExpeditionUpdate.htm):


I originally thought that perhaps there may have been a miscalculation in the gravitation constant which scientists have used to determine the strength of gravity exerted by a certain measured amount of matter. On first thought, also, it would seem that if the earth were hollow, that it would have less matter. After an extensive review of the theory behind the gravitation constant, I was unable to find any error in it and it's use in determining the acceleration of gravity exerted by mass...

What I want to know is, why did he schedule 5 days to travel to the City of Eden, but only 2 days to make it back? What's the catch?

Hmm...

a) He will be reversing his trip and a 2 kind of looks like a backwards 5.

or

b) He'll make such a beast of burden of himself that he'll be expelled from Eden.

sarongsong
2004-Dec-24, 05:15 AM
...Would somebody PLEASE call him some night and let him know of this FANTASTIC opportunity??
Tonight on C2C (http://www.coasttocoastam.com/):
"Author Rodney Cluff (http://www.ourhollowearth.com/) will present evidence in favor of the Hollow Earth Theory."

HerrProfessorDoktor
2004-Dec-27, 11:50 AM
I missed the show because I was on a plane at the time, but...

What if the expedition disappears, never to be heard from again? We'll never hear the end of it!

After all, the official woowoo equation is ???=!!!

(Yes, feel free to cite me on that. The Nobel committee can contact me at...)

PyroFreak
2004-Dec-27, 08:57 PM
Hey I don't know who this guy but he is not only pulling out some terrible scientific theories, but he is stating a lot of bad assumptions that he is trying to pull from the Mormon church. I am very familiar with the Mormon Church, and this guy is way off the deep end, and this stuff he is saying is definitely not the official standing of the church. I don't know where he is getting these assumptions, but it's really dumb that he is taking bits of scriptures, quotes, and science and formulating his own meaning to them, and calling it truth. This is an insult to science, religion, and commonsense.

electromagneticpulse
2004-Dec-28, 03:35 PM
The indigenous Eskimos believe there is a hole in the Arctic Ocean.

If an eskimo told me there is a hole in the arctic ocean i would prosume they cut it to go fishing.


Enoch lived before the world-wide flood of Noah. In fact, Noah was Enoch's great grandson. Enoch was a prolific writer, writing many dozens of books, only one or two of which have survived the centuries for us to read.

Okay we found the great floods none of them covered the world, they actually know there was a massive flood into the mediterranean and thats why they think atlantis sunk. Theres also a thing called the bosporus straight between the black sea and the mediterranean, which if broken would have caused noahs flood.
Some people argue against it and say there was a gradual flood for 2,000 years. Now i know in genisis people lived a long time but i mean come on 2,000 years plus for them all is some what longer then anyone would believe.

Oh one last thing, Book centuries doesn't happen. Especially when theres a great flood :D


I wouldn't want to go to the middle of the earth, i mean who want's to go to tartarus really. The olympians wouldn't be pleased if we let the titans out :P

sarongsong
2004-Dec-28, 04:41 PM
If you've heard about Mel's Hole and/or heard Red Elk (http://www.redelk.net/website/) speak of the inner-earth, this interview (http://www.thespectrumnews.com/html/Red-Elk.html) will be of interest:
"Red Elk: ...The whole Earth, from its lava center, to our literal top here, number 6, is solid, except for HUGE, HUGE CAVERNS, caverns that are two, three hundred miles wide, and many, many times that long.* Just like we have caves, big ones, up here [in Washington state], there are caves in the next level down, number 5.* That is the 5th inner-land.
And mankind, here on this surface, if they hit the right spot, and could go deep enough, they would hit a big air pocket and drop 2-3 miles before they would start hitting more rock, because they've penetrated a cave.* These caves are filled, and deliberately made to look like what we experience here on the surface of our planet (page 2)...
Rick Martin:* Are you familiar with Admiral Byrd, and his diary?
Red Elk:* I've been familiar with Mr. Byrd since 11, or so....(page 5)"

beskeptical
2004-Dec-29, 06:57 AM
Too much TV. :roll:

mathyou9
2004-Dec-29, 10:27 AM
...how can they be sure they can take a monorail from Jehu to the City of Eden?...

It's probably just an educated guess. If there is no monorail, there is most assuredly a standard "bi-rail" train, or maybe even a trirail. :wink: