>>167188>which automatically is a counter theory of the flat earth
Not quite. There are stories of entrances at the center of the plane.
Finally a Good thread.
This is Correct, the flats aren't ready for this redpill though.
>>167190>the flats aren't ready for this redpill though
Please, redpill me though.
This doesn't count as evidence of a hollow earth, but it does support the possibility
Please explain.>>167190>Finally a Good thread.
I made the thread in a hurry and failed to formulate the thought well and write about Admiral Richard Bird and/or the Nazi expeditions to the South Pole, etc.>>167210
Thanks for the contribution.
>>167188>theory of the hollow earth
It is fine with me as long as you can support the theory with some solid facts.
>>167221>Nazi expeditions to the South Pole
Those were German expeditions.
The expeditions to the pole were carried out by the Third Reich.
You still don't get it. It is like to say the American zionist expeditions to the pole, or the masonic expeditions to the pole.
Why are you equating the Third Reich to American Zionists?
>>167272>Third Reich to American Zionists
Those are political structures, in other words, they are labels denoting who rules.
I don't think is correct to refer to an Antarctic expedition by the political rulers.
It was an expedition sponsored by the regime to further the interests. The point was to find resources to amend Germany's import dependency for industrial oils, to prepare for the forthcoming war.
Sure, it wasn't necessarily an ideological expedition (what would they even look like?), but it was by Nazis for Nazis.>I don't think is correct to refer to an Antarctic expedition by the political rulers.
I disagree. People ignore the scientific achievements of the Third Reich and the role that the party had in bringing fourth those achievements all the time, because they don't want to give Nazis credit for contributions to science.
>>167274>but it was by Nazis for Nazis
It was by Germans for Germany.
Also it is not nazis, but National Socialists. Type properly fren.
>>167273>refer to an Antarctic expedition by the political rulers
You would if the rulers were involved in requesting, funding or facilitating the expedition. Same goes for any other scientific endeavor.>>167275
I said Nazi because that's what the other Anon used. And the National Socialist party did play a huge role in the expedition.
>>167276>You would if the rulers were involved in requesting, funding or facilitating the expedition. Same goes for any other scientific endeavor.
Nope, you wouldn't as political rulers are transient but geographical or national origins are lasting.
Yeah, but the current political regime may still be responsible for developments, especially if it directly sponsored them.
finally, a good alternate Earth theory! I'm not sure if the planet really is hollow as I have no real evidence to support it, but I do hope it is because that would at least be cooler than being stuck on God's frisbee.