The Earth is the third planet from the sun. It’s a round sphere that’s filled with magma and molten iron, and is around 4.5 billion years old.
As some of you might also know, this hasn’t always been accepted. In fact, for some people, it still isn’t accepted.
While for many of the following alternative Earth theories, most of you have probably heard of a few, but there might be a few that you haven’t heard of.
So here now are the seven alternative Earth theories:
7. Hollow Earth
One of the oldest and most common alternative Earth theories, this theory is based on the belief that the Earth is hollow, and is actually only about a thousand miles thick (although the thickness varies). Another usual belief within the Hollow Earth theory is that the interior is also full of air and possibly life forms, maybe even intelligent life. It’s also usually believed that at the exact center of the Earth is a small sun which provides both heat and light for the interior, and would explain the heat the scientist find from inside the Earth, and it’s also believed that interior sun would also provide enough gravity for the surface, or that the mass of the Earth itself would be enough to produce one gee force worth of gravity.
This theory isn’t even close to being possible.
If the Earth actually had a sun inside it, it would kill anything on the surface due to the huge amounts of radiation and heat it would produce, and a few hundred miles of dirt and rock would not be enough to shield the surface from the radiation that a planet would get from a star that’s that close. Of course you wouldn’t have to worry about radiation in the first place, because the gravity a sun can produce, even one small enough to fit inside a planet, would cause a planet to implode if one was inside a world. Even without the inner sun, the mass of the Earth would not be enough to produce the gravity that keeps us on the surface, and the centrifugal forces would throw everything that wasn’t secured to bedrock off the surface.
6. Multi-Sphere Hollow Earth
In 1692, English scientist Edmond Halley proposed the idea that the Earth was not only hollow, but had several hollow spheres inside it as well, with one inside the next. Sometimes at the center is a small, solid planetoid, sometimes it’s a small sun.
The problems with this theory is the same with the hollow Earth theory, but also the spheres would have to be rotating insync with each. If one sphere was either rotating even a little bit slower, or a little bit faster, the spheres would collide with each other, and destroy the planet.
Keep Reading: The Soap Box – 7 Alternative Earth Theories.
- Cryptozoology – Re: Mermaid Lines and Hollow Earth Entrance in Anartica (disclose.tv)
- Ancient Mysteries – Re: Need help finding an experiment! (disclose.tv)
- Nancy Tate – From Starships and SaLuSa to Inner and Hollow Earth – The Light Agenda -Tomorrow (aquariuschannelings.com)
- Earths inside the Earth–a Short Note on Inner Civilizations. And a Map. (longstreet.typepad.com)