Archive for Jan Lamprecht’s — Hollow Planets

It’s HERE! Jan Lamprecht’s Kindle Version!

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Jan Lamprecht’s new Kindle edition is out! Now everyone can get a copy of what constitutes the core of knowledge of hollow planets. And you don’t have to worry about the government and the FAA outlawing Amazot delivery drones. It’s available for download right now.

Jan Lamprecht’s Hollow Planets is BACK!!

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Cover of the 1999 paperback (1st) edition, 596 pages, Jan Lamprecht & TGS Publishing

 

Jan Lamprecht’s Hollow Planets is BACK!!

 

Out of print for years now, copies are selling on line at up $130. And if you have one, you should probably think twice about letting go of it. For the rest of us, there is still hope, because an ebook version is nearing release through Grave Distractions Publications. It will be available in multiple formats (Nook, Kindle, Smashword, etc.) within the next couple months. Final pricing is not yet decided, but because of the length and copious illustrations by Billy B. Baty, it will end up as “fairly high end” for an ebook, but far, far less than the last print copies “in the wild”. If you would like direct email notification upon release, send a request to brian@gravedistractions.com

 

On the off chance, you don’t know about this book, I highly recommend checking out the reviews and details HERE

One particular review, the one directly below, exemplifies the credibility of Jan’s work.

 

Review

Jan, I am just returned from our successful solar eclipse expedition, having left Turkey less than one day before the earthquake struck. I found over 400 waiting e-mails, not to mention numerous other deadlines needing attention. One of the items of waiting mail was your book, which I thank you for sending. I glanced at the book, and despite my backlog of urgent matters, cracked it open, thinking it would be easy to establish that it could be shelved for good. From the title alone, I immediately had two objections that demanded answers — how to reconclie a hollow Earth with seismic data, and how to reconccile it with Earth’s gravity field as established by artificial satellites. I soon found that you had dealt with the seismic data issue head-on, and offerred an intriguing alternate explanation. For merely showing us all that the inferred density profile of Earth’s interior is not a unique solution of seismic data — an important constraint for all theoreticians working in that area — the book had already made itself worthwhile. [snip] That summarizes my quick first impressions. I hope to look at some of your other chapters after I regain control of my schedule by catching up on deadlines. Best wishes. -|Tom|- –Dr Tom Van Flandern (astronomer, formerly U.S. Naval Observatory)
Of course, as soon as the e-edition becomes available, we’ll post links. Stay tuned!

The Latest Science: Scientists think there may be massive visible signs of life on Jupiter’s moon IO… hidden under the surface!!!

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Date Posted: Friday 25-Nov-2011

Reported by Jan Lanpretcht – website. www.hollowplanets.com

Reporting from South Africa

Author of “Hollow Planets” (1998) and Government by Deception: Psychopolitics in Southern Africa (2004)

I was watching a science documentary called “The Wonders of the Solar System” and it spoke at length about the possibilities of finding life on other planets.

They spoke about studies done on the extremely icy Jupiter’s moon IO. The moon is covered in ice and is the size of Earth’s moon. But on it are strange reddish markings all over it.

Studies have shown that this extremely icy world harbours an ocean of water … underneath the ice, which is a staggering 100 miles deep! I think earth’s oceans are about 7 miles deep at the deepest. In total, that small moon has TWICE the amount of water of EARTH!!

Normally scientists would not expect to find life there in the cold ice, but NASA scientists have scoured the earth for extreme life forms and made a most interesting discovery.

They found that in ice caves in glaciers on earth, in Iceland, in ice that has been frozen for 1,000 years, that in the ice itself, there is life!

They thought that life inside ice is always frozen and in a state of hibernation. But they have discovered that there are bacteria which melt the ice around them using a type of anti-freeze. These bacteria can MOVE inside the ice at quite a speed, because they melt it as they move and therefore they “live in water”.

Scientists thus believe it may be possible for simple life forms to exist on IO in the ice or underneath the ice. They regard it as the one place in the solar system most likely to harbour life other than the earth itself.

On the surface of this icy-covered world are strange red markings. Scientists now believe these reddish markings might be a by-product related to LIFE inside or under the ice!
Posted By: Jan
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