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Rick Osmon: Falling Up!; Now Why Didn’t They Think of That (Sooner)?

Falling Up!

Rick Osmon

May 26 2012


After nearly two decades of research, I’m writing about the hollow earth. But it is much more than that. It is a comprehensive treatment of what we call gravity. It is a history of science. It is an approach to extract limitless energy from the cosmos itself. It is the synthesis of that which makes the universe and, thus, it is the death knell of the Big Bang theory.

Yes, it has quantum physics and black holes and Einstein-Rosen Bridges. It also has Gilgamesh, Olaf Jansen, and Alice in Wonderland. It has ideas from  astronomers, comic book artists, geologists, and nuclear reactor technicians.

Could a void at the center of the planet somehow provide a third of the world’s current energy needs? Well, maybe.

This book is not exactly a set of engineering drawings, it merely describes a concept. The concept is almost too simple to be believable, but it IS testable. The conceptual test could be designed for a fairly modest laboratory.

If you’ve ever been interested in Hollow Earth Theory, worm holes, black holes, or “free energy” this is the book for you.

So now I’m asking for a show of hands: Who would be willing to reserve an advanced copy? I’ve posted a Kickstarter campaign to move the project along. If you think this is something you could support, take a look at the Kickstarter link above.


Hollow Earth Wormhole To Mars


By Peter Fotis Kapnistos


Space-time is a mathematical coordinate system (3 dimensions of space and 1 of time) in which physical events are located in a single continuum.

According to Einstein’s Theory of Relativity, gravitation is the “curvature” of space-time. In other words, because an object’s mass makes the curve of space-time bend like a basin in its region, its gravitational force is amplified and attracts other nearby masses.

Things are going well up to this point. But imagine for a moment if you could undertake a sudden “reversal” of gravitation. Would you also experience a swift U-turn of space-time? If the force of the Earth’s gravitation is initially low under your feet, but abruptly gets reversed to a point high above your head, what kind of space-time turnaround might you undergo?

The reversal of space-time has far-reaching implications. . .

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The Hollow Earth hypothesis, first put forward in 1692 by the English astronomer Edmund Halley, proposes that the planet Earth is either completely hollow or encloses an extensive interior space. The hollow Earth supposedly contains a small interior sun. There are said to be entrances at the north and south poles. During World War II Hitler sent an expedition to the Baltic Island of Rugen to search for proof of a hollow Earth.

Today, that theory has be extended to suggest that the hollow space that connects the north and south poles is really the throat of a space-time wormhole, and the interior sun is actually a rotating black hole, which is prevented by an event horizon from crunching the Earth. . . Read Complete Report