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Wait, Are You Saying There's A Hole In The Earth?

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Posted by Leesa on June 11, 2003 19:19:29 UTC

"That is as long as the hole does not collapse. At the center there is no gravitational force. But if the hole collapses you will be crushed. Is that what you meant?"

So, by this statement, you mean the "hole" in the center of the Earth right? 'Cause you said you were talking about the center of the Earth. But you used the word "hole" twice so forgive me if I'm just a skotch in the dark.

Oh yeah, about the universe and the shape of it, I don't remember saying that National Geographic HAD pictures of the shape of the universe. I remember saying they had an interesting article on the topic, and I remember saying that they had some "interesting pictures" which is a lie - they're computorized images of radio scans - but I never remember saying that "National Geographic has photagraphs of the shape of the universe".


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