This could be – no it is – the most important positive scientific discovery in my 50 odd years of Hollow Earth Research . . . EDITOR
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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
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
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.
One of the first visitors to Jupiter’s icy moon of Europa could be a tiny submarine barely larger than two soda cans. The small craft might help strike the right balance between cost and capability for a robotic mission to look for alien life in the ocean beneath Europa’s icy crust. . . . Read Complete Report
from IEEE Spectrum
POSTED BY: EVAN ACKERMAN
TUE, JANUARY 22, 2013
The ocean is a big place, and DARPA wants to fill it with robots. All of it. Because rather than having tosend robots to whatever part of the ocean you want to have robots in, wouldn’t it just be much easier of robots were there already? Sure it would! Yes, it’s impractical, and maybe even borderline impossible, but hey, it’s DARPA, and this is what they do.
DARPA’s Upward Falling Payloads program would seed the world’s oceans with remotely deployable robot pods. The pods, or nodes, would stay hidden at the bottom of the sea until activated by a secret signal, whereupon they’d rise to the surface (“falling upward”) and do… Well… They’d do whatever you’d want them to do: passive sensing, active sensing, communications, or even launching UAVs. As with most of their programs, DARPA has no idea how to go about doing this, but they’re hoping that a pile o’ cash will tempt someone else to make it all work. . . . Read Complete Report
In the science fiction classic , “Journey to the Center of the Earth” by Jules Verne, one of the most exciting adventures experienced by his group of underground travelers is the discovery of a vast underground sea they name “The Central Sea.” As we have stated many times most of the discoveries and inventions of Jules Verne have, over the years, proven to be fact except for Journey to the Center of the Earth, This does not mean he was wrong, just that it hasn’t been proven yet, well one part of the story has been proven . . . Editor
MessageToEagle.com – Several very unusual sounds coming from the oceans have been recorded by scientists world-wide.
Are the sounds caused by very large life forms lurking in the unexplored darkness of Earth’s deep oceans or perhaps something else?
Something is down there and experts do not know what it is…
All of these sounds have one thing in common – they remain unexplained.
In 1997, deep sea microphones captured a loud and unusual sound, dubbed a Bloop in Earth’s Pacific ocean.
Although Bloops are some of the loudest sounds of any type ever recorded in Earth’s oceans, their origin remains unknown. The Bloop sound was placed as occurring several times off the southern coast of South America and was audible 5,000 kilometers away.
The sound does have similarities to those vocalized by living organisms, but researchers say not even a blue whale is large enough to croon this loud. In fact, no known creature on Earth can create this sound, scientists say. . . . Read complete report