|Author:||Marshall Blutcher Gardner|
|Title:||A Journey To The Earth's Interior: Or Have The Poles Really Been Discovered (1913)|
|Format:||mobi docx lit azw|
|ePUB size:||1101 kb|
|FB2 size:||1132 kb|
|DJVU size:||1249 kb|
|Publisher:||Kessinger Publishing, LLC (September 10, 2010)|
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Marshall Blutcher Gardner (November 30, 1854 - January 24, 1937) was a Canadian-born author of a Hollow Earth theory that posits there is a sun at the centre of our planet's interior, and that the other planetary bodies in our solar system are constituted likewise (based on his viewing of photographs of Mars)
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Marshall B. Gardner, a hollow-earth proponent, released the 1st version of this ebook in 1913, after Peary reached the North Pole in 1909. Gardner hence had a far tougher task than William Reed; that's, overcoming the general public conception that the poles were reached. Gardner's ebook is in many ways more suitable to different books during this style. He makes an attempt to come back up with a systematic speculation to provide an explanation for the formation of hole planets, rather than divine fiat or no clarification in any respect.
Gardner thus had a much harder job than William Reed; that is, overcoming the public perception that the poles had been reached. Gardner's book is in some ways superior to other books in this genre.
Author: Gardner, Marshall B. (Marshall Blutcher), 1854-.
Have the Poles Really Been Discovered. By. Marshall b. gardner. Revised and Enlarged Profusely Illustrated. Published by the author at aurora, illinois 1920. Scanned at sacred-texts. Proofed and formatted by John Bruno Hare. This text is in the public domain in the United States because it was published prior to 1923. These files may be used for any non-commercial purpose provided this notice of attribution is left intact in all copies. Dedicated to the continued progress of science and the service that IT can render to humanity.
Gardner, Marshall B. (Marshall Blutcher), b. 1854 (Author). Place: Aurora, Ill. Publisher: The Author. Issuance: monographic. Shelf locator: OAZ (Gardner, M. B. Journey to the earth's interior). Physical Description.
Gardner claimed that the earth is a hollow shell approximately 800 miles thick in its crust, with an opening at the polar end approximately 1,400 miles across . Gardner claims that these strange animals not known on the Earth's surface were carried by rivers from the Earth's interior, freezing within the ice that was then formed. This theory seems very reasonable, in view of the ice being formed from fresh water not found in the Arctic Ocean.
Marshall Blutcher Gardner in his book A Journey to the Earth's Interior; or, Have the Poles Really Been Discovered (1913) argued that these mammoths could not be thousands of years old, as orthonoiac science holds, but that they recently walked (or burrowed?) out of the warm, sunlit interior surface of the earth and died from exposure to the much-colder exterior surface. I have spoken of a supposed time when the Arctic regions were the tropical part of the earth. One of the strongest proofs in support of my theory as outlined in the preceding pages has to do with a really wonderful Arctic discovery that is generally explained by invoking the conception of a once tropical region-a conception which I am not affirming or denying at this point.