The Hollow Earth: NASA Explains Why the Hole is at the Pole

Saturday, January 08, 2011

NASA Explains Why the Hole is at the Pole

When trying to show how the hottest area of Enceladus could end up at what is normally the coldest area of the planet, the pole, NASA explains that the least dense portions of a spinning body will eventually line up with the axis of rotation. NASA uses the example of how a spinning bowling ball (if not counterbalanced) will eventually shift until its least dense portion, its holes, line up with the axis of rotation. In the same way, it necessarily follows that a planet's polar openings will line up with the axis of rotation.

There has been much speculation among hollow earth enthusiasts as to the location of the polar openings. I feel its safe to assume, per this example and others, that the openings are located at precisely the northern and southern geographic poles.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

did you consider the fact that there has been a manned station precisely on the south pole for decades? if it's a conspiracy, it must be one of the bests ever, with hundreds of people having their mouths kept shut about something way to big to not talk about, if you saw it...

6:47 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The scientists would not have to know, as government secrecy is on a "need to know" basis, only. I mean, we all know how the compartmentalized clandestine corps work!

10:48 PM  

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