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Hollow Earth Expedition

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Hollow Earth Expedition

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Date: Friday - February 16, 2007
Host: George Noory
Guests: Open Lines, Brooks Agnew

In the first half of the show, physicist Brooks Agnew shared details about his upcoming expedition to the North Pole, where he hopes to learn whether or not the Earth is hollow. According to Agnew, current scientific data does not support the plate tectonic model, which theorizes the Earth's crust floats atop a pool of magma around a solid core.

Agnew said the 100-man, 13-day expedition will be utilizing a 450-ft long, 23,000-ton nuclear-powered Russian icebreaker ship, as well as specialized instruments to measure a 'depression' in the ocean and changes in the properties of sea water that could point to the opening of the inner Earth. He suggested the opening may be as large as 80 to 500 miles across, but could be 'masked' by the inhabitants who live there. Agnew said there are reports of at least 8 major races and 200 minor races living in the interior of the Earth.

In the second half, George hosted Open Lines, with a special 'jinxed' hotline for people who believe that a specific person or thing has brought them bad luck.

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