Hollow earth, fact or fiction?

Although at first glance this statement seems out of place, this phenomenon has become popular in recent years with the belief that the earth is hollow and that there are infra-terrestrial civilizations living under our feet. The main defenders of this position deny the existence of the earth’s poles and claim that these theories are backed by the most influential rulers to keep it a secret.

On planet Earth there are caves and tunnels that could be introduced into the bowels of the Earth, but they do not reach very close to the civilizations that supposedly live many millions of kilometers below the ground we walk on.

Félix Baltanás, a scientist who specialized in the subject, was able to deduce that a sun floats in the interior of the Earth that gives life to an interior planet and he also assures that the tectonic plates move because that internal civilization of the planet is in constant growth.

Felix assures that there are several conspiracies regarding the subject, because in the center of the openings of each pole there is no gravity and this could cause the sinking of the sea to then come out through the other opening, which proves that the earth is hollow, and for Felix the main conspirators are NASA, Google Earth, the Illuminati and all the teachers and physicists who inhabit this planet earth.

The most shocking physical evidence for this theory is based on the oil exploration of a super deep well in Kola Siberia which is 12.3 km long and consists of 0.1% of the earth’s diameter.

Jules Verne is perhaps the author most associated with this theory since there is a well known work entitled Journey to the Center of the Earth. And basically it narrates the journeys of some adventurers who go into an intraterrestrial expedition that starts from Iceland until they reach Sicily.

Scholars agree that extraterrestrial beings know about this phenomenon and that in some way they help humanity to realize what is happening under their feet.

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Hollow earth, fact or fiction?
Source: curiosities  
June 2, 2020

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