Bubble Earth: A philosophical treatise on gravity, time and the concept of hollow planets.
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Is it possible for us to consider that the Earth might be hollow? Just 660km of crust over 11400km of void! Expanding Earth theories have been struggling for a mechanism for their expansion for many years, and yet general relativity seems to support the creation of hollow planets. Is the final link between these theories, the possibility that gravity is strongly affected by temperature? Does the temperature of an object have a significant effect on the gravitational field it produces? If the answer is yes - and I believe it is - then we might be able to believe the Earth is hollow - our very own ?Bubble Earth?.
Nicolaus Vern is a philosopher of science (Natural Philosophy). In his first book, ?Bubble Earth?, he winds back the current understanding of gravity and time to the beginning of the nineteenth century, and begins again. In stark contrast to the fantastic claims of modern day theoretical physicists, he constructs a physical/mechanical model-of-understanding of the Universe, a model in which a sensible person might be able to believe.