A Journey to the Earth's Interior: Have the Poles Really Been Discovered

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  • Paperback
  • 456 pages
  • A Journey to the Earth's Interior: Have the Poles Really Been Discovered
  • Marshall B. Gardner
  • English
  • 18 July 2019

10 thoughts on “A Journey to the Earth's Interior: Have the Poles Really Been Discovered

  1. says:

    It’s been over a century since this book was penned, expounding the idea that Earth is a hollow sphere, hiding an undiscovered country, so you might expect that every piece of evidence put forward by the author would be easily shot down by 21st Century knowledge. Ah, if only that were the case. Unfortunately, the one trait we share with the people of the last century is that our ignorance still vastly outweighs our knowledge, and, like them, we are blissfully unaware of that fact.

    The idea that the Earth (and perhaps all the other planets) are hollow has been around for a very long time. In times past, it fueled religious and mythological motifs, but in the 19th and 20th Centuries, it was used in popular fiction by Burroughs and Verne, among others. It also moved into the realm of fringe science, forming the basis for several “factual” accounts of journeys inside the Earth, notably “The Smokey God” and the so-called Shaver Mystery, which inflamed the letter columns of Amazing Stories Magazine in the middle of the last century.

    The author of this book, however, is not presenting a fictional story, nor does he claim that he has been inside. Instead, he lays out various historical, geological, biological and astronomical facts, and interprets them in the light of the reality of the inner world. Of all the facts presented, only the shimmering lights of the Aurora Borealis seem dated to the modern reader, but only because we believe we know their actual cause. All of the other pieces of evidence—out of place animals, pollen where there are no flowers, logs where there are no trees, heat and fog where there should be coldness, open seas where there should be nothing but ice—are just as mysterious and as subject to interpretation now as they were then. The frozen mammoths and their edible flesh remain inexplicable. Flashing lights at the Martian north pole (which Gardner takes to be intermittent glimpses of that planet’s interior sun) are still a mystery to NASA.

    Does Gardner prove his hypothesis of a Hollow Earth? No, his theory remains as unproven now as it was when his words were new. More importantly, however, his theory is still not disproved. We may know quite a bit more about the interior of the Earth than in Gardner’s day, and we’re learning more every day through seismic imaging, but we’ve still barely scratched the surface. Reading this book will not make you believe there is an unsuspected world hundreds of miles beneath our feet, but it will give you cause to wonder, and to perhaps search on your own for the truth.

  2. says:

    Extremely intriguing read, especially the testimonies of Victorian Sea-men who would 'still' have been able to access our worlds North Pole(?) region, which I personally believe has not been possible since Rear Admiral Richard E Byrd' exploits in the earlier part of last century, lending much credence to 'something' going on other than what we have been spoon-fed by our would-be world leaders, as there has been nothing to report from any further likeminded individuals since pre 1910, that is of this nature (at least not to my knowledge)........I have found the older the book (pre 1940) then the more accurate the content, be it world history, archeology, encyclopaedia', chronicles etc & so forth. Even in our supposed South Pole(?) region we have been prohibited from going anywhere near since the 1959 Antarctic/Atlantic Treaty, and this under the 'pretence' of preservation, when if you stop and think for a moment just how utterly absurd that pretence is, with how we 'actually' treat our surrounding habitat and all those that abide on it, "it's just a nonsense"........the real reason why we are not allowed anywhere near these regions is because we will uncover 'Truth'.

  3. says:

    A technically substandard (lousy scanning, careless layout etc.) article presentation that omits many of the themes of the original work.

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