What about them? Oh you mean the theory that the swirly goo inside generates magnetic fields.
Or the fact that you have an exterior plate and the interior plate spinning in the hollow model. Which could more easily explain that earth has 15degree deviation in its field. Or better yet, mercury with its 54degree deviation.
I enjoy the hollow earth theory. Particular how Russian scientists who are less prone to peer pressure advocate the theory.
I will delve deeper into this topic soon but thought i would get it started.
To me personally the theory is sound which was introduced by Edmond Halley amongst other reputable scientists. What i find most curious is that unlike the BS of a flat earth theory is that there is no evidence to suggest that the earth and other planets are solid objects with molten cores. The molten core theory is just that. a Theory with no evident to back up the claims.
All based around the core generally accepted formula of gravity. But that in itself is flawed. If it was true then jupiter would be spinning slower than earth. Larger would mean slower and yet its the opposite.
You lol. What evidence do we have the earth has a molten core? Cause huisgenoot showed you an artistic rendering?
Why was it an artistic rendering and not a photo of the earth cut in half?
Whats the deepest we have gone into the crust? 12km.
The center is 3600km deep. That means we investigated 0.4% and yet so easily discredit it. Based off if 0.4% of confirmation
Does mass = weight? Isn't gravity that gives it a weight? Sorry, I accidentally burned down the science class and the teacher.... Not my strongest point.( I did take geography, but we only worked with flat maps)
ffs everyone knows it can't be hollow... although, I suppose if the raptor hasn't eaten and had a poop recently, then that could technically count as hollow... wait a minute, wait a minute... the moon is actually the raptors poop /mind blown
Well not trying to be populist or to say how you have to define your world but the colonial science theory is that stuff sticks together because of some magic force called gravity, that should then mean that it fills from the center out. Bit difficult to fill from the outside in?