Category: Hollow Earth Theory

The Original High-Flier

Spreading its vast wings wide, the pterodactyl catches the breeze and takes to the air. On the back of a fierce spring wind, it soars above grassy verges and muddy streams, gliding in and out of pockets of tall deciduous trees. With a wingspan of five metres, it is on a completely different scale to […]

Why can't some birds fly? – Gillian Gibb

Check out our Patreon page: View full lesson: Though the common ancestor of all modern birds could fly, many different bird species have independently lost their flight. Flight can have incredible benefits, especially for escaping predators, hunting and traveling long distances. But it also has high costs: consuming huge amounts of energy and limiting body […]

Gaia – Earth Mother and Turtle? Ancient Wisdom For Conscious Living

Gaia is etymologically a compound word composed of two elements: Ge, meaning “Earth,” which is also a pre-Greek substrate word related to Ki in Sumerian, also meaning Earth and Aia comes from an Indo-European derivative meaning “Grandmother.” Therefore, the full etymology of Gaia was once “Grandmother Earth.” Most of us know Gaia simply as Earth […]

Modern 21st Century Philosophy; Allegory of an Aircraft Hanger, Baseball and Basketball Part II

In the Philosophical review of Eastern and Western Philosophy we noted that these individual philosophies could be depicted as representing a basketball and a baseball inside a giant empty hanger where Boeing 747s are built, each hanging on a string very far apart. In Part II we take the study and critique of Modern Philosophy […]

How Long To Fall Through The Earth?

Thanks to Audible.com for supporting this video: Original video collaboration with Vsauce: Thanks to everyone who supports MinutePhysics on Patreon! Link to Patreon supporters here: Music by Nathaniel Schroeder, REFERENCES Gravity & Spherical Shells: More Shell Theorem: Density inside the earth (Preliminary Reference Earth Model): Gravitational acceleration inside the earth: MinutePhysics is on Google+ – […]