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Hey Guys, loved the show. Similar to John, this subject is one of my favorites — even if total bullshit.
One of the things that interests me about the Hollow Earth theory is current air travel over the poles (or the lack of). I can wrap my mind around all of the reasons why flights going directly over the poles might be difficult, but they would still seem necessary for cost savings (and profit making). The main problems that I see arising are ones to do with instrumentation readings. The magnetic poles may have an impact on one’s ability to navigate.
But when I imagine trips to countries on the other side of the globe, I always envision an east or west flight path — because I think this is the common practice. But wouldn’t paths over the poles be a more direct path in some cases? And with GPS and satellite navigation systems more readily available, I can’t imagine the magnetic poles impacting navigation systems like they would have in the 1900’s. Thus — shouldn’t we be flying over the poles more often? Or maybe I don’t understand how navigation systems work?
Speaking of polar flights, I found this video:
And speaking of the poles…
When you look at images of our magnetic fields, you notice that the fields create funnels at the poles. And the magnetic fields themselves appear to match “Hollow Earth” descriptions (notice the concaved plane leading inward). Much like Edmond Halley, I think magnetism and our magnetic fields are important to the discussion of a Hollow Earth.
This stuff is difficult to discuss without feeling like a lunatic, but I love it.
Annnnd now my brain hurts.