|mouser - 2007-12-20 |
After creationism, cretinism?
This can't be real.
|cognitivedissonance - 2007-12-20 |
Roslyn Chapel bullshit at 8:00. All roads lead to universal crazy.
|Rudy - 2007-12-20 |
"Going down, down, down to the very center of the earth..."
|Aelric - 2007-12-20 |
the REALLY nutty professor. jesus christ, this is stupider than the drugs support terrorism ads!
|Ranma X. - 2007-12-20 |
I'm so sorry Portland Philharmonic Girls Choir
|Adramelech - 2007-12-20 |
Various groups have been at this for years.
It makes little sense to do, even from a conspiratorial/hidden science perspective. If you're from that school of thought, obviously you're going to believe that there is a massive cover-up ongoing and you'll be monitored, arrested or killed by lizardmen rather than just sailing right in. Also Byrd's work, etc..
I also like how an inner earth/underworld is a feature of virtually every ancient mythology and world religion in existence and the one example they pull up is Roslyn Chapel New Age pap.
|Triggerbaby - 2007-12-20 |
I love how Brooks progresses from science to theory to complete assumption to moonbat to Rosslin Chapel.
|NineEleven - 2007-12-20 |
these idiots are going to fucking freeze to death trying to find a hole
|Hummana Hummana Hummana - 2007-12-20 |
It's like a program from Bizzaro-Earth Discovery channel.
|chomez - 2007-12-20 |
Talk Show Host:
One of the highest callings there are.
|kingarthur - 2007-12-20 |
I want a modern day League of Extraordinary Gentlemen with Brooks Agnew, David Icke, the Project Grizzly guy, the Time Cube guy, and Whitley Streiber. I could think of a few others to add.
Also, THE GREATEST GEOGRAPHICAL EXPEDITION IN THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD.
Don't forget John Rhodes.
|Gamara II - 2007-12-20 |
He's been watching too much "Spartakus and the Sun Beneath the Sea".
|theFlu - 2007-12-20 |
"There were geometrical forms for which an Euclid could scarcely find a name -- cones of all degrees of irregularity and truncation; terraces of every sort of provocative disproportion; shafts with odd bulbous enlargements; broken columns in curious groups; and five-pointed or five-ridged arrangements of mad grotesqueness."
|Scynne - 2007-12-20 |
Gravity centers in the crust. OK. Cool.
And water coats the inside surface, since we all know water behaves according to its own special laws of gravity.
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2007-12-21 |
This is ridiculous. Everyone knows that there's plenty of underground civilizations from Ancient Egypt in the Arctic but a hollow earth? Someone's been spending a little bit too much time with his nitrous oxide.
|BHWW - 2007-12-21 |
The fool, the Deros will get him before he has a chance to go down far enough.
|bowie - 2007-12-22 |
He had me at gigantism.
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