The Hollow Earth: Neptune's South Polar Hotspot

Thursday, April 10, 2008

Neptune's South Polar Hotspot

It seems that Neptune's south pole is much hotter (read "50 degrees Fahrenheit") than anywhere else on the planet. Being that our central sun is not much more than a bright star on Neptune's horizon and that it receives less than 1/900th the amount of light the Earth does, it seems a bit of a stretch to conclude that a temperature difference of this magnitude arises from incoming radiation exciting Neptune's upper-atmospheric molecules.

Perhaps then it is plausible to assign this phenomenon to a larger class of observed instances where planetary poles radiate heat and light generated within the bowels of the planetary mass.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

What's up friend? How are things? Did you end up moving to the sacred site in the west?

I wonder what this movie brings to light......

10:16 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

An interesting read you may enjoy about the Kogi people. The connection here, aside from the spiritually driven indigenous people, is that the article is written by Drunvalo Melchizedek. You shared a video with me about a year ago involving sacred geometry, also by Drunvalo.

10:26 AM  

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