Hollow Earth Theory MAJOR UPDATE: Inner Ocean Found!

This could be – no it is – the most important positive scientific discovery in my 50 odd years of Hollow Earth Research . . . EDITOR

Featured Image: “Earth like an Onion” (Fair Use) Artwork with report below.

Note the “extra” layer indicating “a ocean” added. Once again . . . the accepted theory will have to be changed whereas the Hollow Earth Theory only has to check-off on a stated fact. This ocean just happens to be where the Hollow Earth Theory claims it would be…. now if you add a little land. . . . and oh. What about the fact that the earth is nothing but a big water filter.  Where have you heard that before? Oh, happy days! . . . EDITOR 

ExtremeTech By on June 17, 2014 at 9:44 am

Scientists discover an ocean 400 miles beneath our feet that could fill our oceans three times over

After decades of theorizing and searching, scientists are reporting that they have finally found a massive reservoir of water in the Earth’s mantle — a reservoir so vast that could fill the Earth’s oceans three times over. This discovery suggests that Earth’s surface water actually came from within, as part of a “whole-Earth water cycle,” . . . Read Complete Report

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youtube by PBS NewsHour

Secret ocean 300 miles below the earth

Streamed live on Jun 14, 2014

Conversation with Professor Steven Jacobsen – Geophysicist at Northwestern University on the latest findings by he and fellow researchers about the potential for a very large reservoir of water (in its molecular form) 400-600 kilometers beneath the earth.

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“Accepted Scientific Evidence supporting The Hollow Earth Theory”

One comment

  1. jim hicks says:

    interesting ideas. an expensive cover up vs disclosing earth is hollow. the stated research continues to hide the truth.
    there actually be a quantity of weightless water half way through earth’s outer surface and then again, maybe not.
    water has been navigated just under California’s coast.
    water seeps down and based on icebergs and fresh plants, water flows out onto our surface from holes at the poles.
    love all – jim

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