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Oct 05

THE FT TOP 23 UNEXPLAINED PHENOMENA No.16: WHEN GRAVITY GOES MAD!!

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All around the world, there are mountain roads where drivers can ease off the car brakes and wheee!! They coast happily UPHILL hurrah. Explanationist “surveyors” — and other similar shills for the frightened Scientific Establishment — talk nonsense about optical illusions. Other hand-waving fools — accepting the truths their eyes are telling them but ignoring their BRANES — babble about ANTI-GRAVITY and even “MAGNETIC VORTICES”: well, the effect of AG wd be pretty striking even if you DIDN’T take the brakes off (=vertical take-off); MV is best able only to leave pretty little crop-tonsures on yr noggin during yr uphill glide. So OK, now look carefully at the following diagram and its loud question, bcz it contains a clue:

Guessed it? Exactly: no one would ask such a question if that thick black line merely demarcated the top of mile on mile of compacted rock, a planets-full of same. There only comes a question what keeps the mountains up if the EARTH IS HOLLOW. On the old-skool Earth-is-a-perfect-sphere theory, all gravity in effect pulls towards the centre of gravity: ie perpendicularly down. A car on the shallow slope at the end of the mountains in the diagram is (according to the SOLID-BALL theory) pulls vertically down by gravity, and pushed outwards, perpendicular to the slope, by the slope’s own solidness. The vector sum of these forces will be parallel to the slope, downwards. But
i. We know that the Earth is NOT a perfect sphere (bcz the mountains themselves make it not so), and
ii. we know that cars are not being pulled downhill when the solid-ball theory says they would be (bcz they are whizzin UPHILL)

Can the solid-ball theory be saved by accepting that the mountains make the earth NOT a perfect sphere? Well clearly that big blob of mountains wil exert SOME lateral pull on a car on the slope at the right, but this would be hugely outweighed by the mass of rock the solid-nearball theory claims is below it. Besides, there are no uphill glides in eg the Himalayas (see list below), which is a MUCH BIGGER blob of mountain. SO THUS HENCE: the solid-ball and solid-nearball theory are FALSE. So what’s going on? This?

Yet charming as the orthodox hollow earth theory is — 800 miles of crust, land and oceans on both sides, portals for flying saucers at the poles — it cannot explain the uphill glide. There’s just too much underneath — “holding up the mountains” — and downwards gravity would still win out over sideways “blobwards” gravity.

To grasp what is going on, we must turn to the vision of the great CYRUS TEED, and at last understand how hollow earthers have made their elemental mistake –>Teed saw that the earth is HOLLOW and that we live INSIDE. The outer shell is thin and tremendously strong (it can even hold up mountains!!) — and what pushes us outwards is not gravity but centrifugal force. Near certain mountain masses, howeve, the gravity sideways is enough to cause significant sideways pull (hence UPHILL GLIDE). But NOT ALL MOUNTAINS: some — such as the Himalayas — are not caused by accretions of rubble from material within the plane-sphere, but by celestial collisions from OUTSIDE (and if we looked at them from outside, we wd see a himalaya-shaped indent). Obviously these — being shell-thin and low in mass — cause no sideways drag. It will be argued that centrifugal force would cause a drop-out of pseudogravity at the (non-spinning) poles: but the spinning, over aeons, has by gyroscopic effects caused tremendous amounts off massy material to slide round and gather inside the shell, at each end of the inplanet space (causing the so-called “flattening of the poles” know to map-makers). The gravitational pull of this far greater depth of massy material compensates for the diminution in centrifugal force towards the poles. Probably the combined quantity of pull is never exactly equal to the equatorial centrifuge , but it is v.v.cold in the arctic regions and measurements consequently unreliable (esp.as ppl have to wear loads of heavy clothes).

US:
Mystery Spot Road, off Branciforte Dr. Santa Cruz, CA
Mystery Spoit, Putney Road, Benzie County, Michigan
Gravity Hill, Northwest Baltimore County
Gravity Hill, Mooresville, Southwest Indianapolis
Gravity Road, Ewing Road exit ramp off Route 208, Franklin Lakes
Mystery Hill, Blowing Rock, hwy 321, Carolina
Confusion Hill, Idelwild Park, Ligonier, Pennsylvania
Gravity Hill, off of State Route 96 just south of New Paris, Bedford County, Pennsylvania
Gravity Hill (near White’s Hill) , just South of Rennick Road, on County Truck U, South of Shullsburg, in LaFayette County, Wisconsin
Oregon Vortex, near Gold-Hill, Grants Pass, Oregon
Spook Hill, North Wales Drive, North Avenue, Lake Wales, Florida
Spook Hill, Gapland Road just outside Burkittsville, Gapland (Frederick County), Maryland
Canada:
Magnetic Hill, Near Neepawa in Manitoba
Magnetic Mountain, just off the Trans Canada highway, Moncton, New Brunswick
Gravity Hill, on McKee Rd. just before Ledgeview Golf Course in Abbotsford, British Columbia
Scotland:
Electric Brae, on the A719, Near Croy Bay, South of Ayr, Ayeshire
Australia:
Anti-Gravity Hill, Straws Lane Road, Wood-End, Near hanging rock, Victoria
Barbados:
Morgan Lewis Hill, St Andrew
Italy:
Hill South of Rome, in Colli Albani, near Frascati
Portugal:
Malveira da Serra, on N247 coast road West of Lisbon
Greece:
Mount Penteli, on a road to Mount Penteli, Athens
South Korea:
Mount Halla, on the 1.100 highway a few miles south of the airport, on the island of Cheju Do

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