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The Black Hole on Google Earth and It's Opposite in Space

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Uploaded on Jul 13, 2008

Wanting to change my view of the Earth I went to the North Pole. And what I found was a BLACK HOLE. Then I looked to the sky.

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As to George Noory, he is the successor to Art Bell. Ironically Art Bell was a newscaster working for a radio station up here in Anchorage called KENI. Both men are into the paranormal. Art Bell co-wrote "The Coming Global Superstorm" which was made into the movie "The Day After". http://bargainprofessor.wordpress.com...

I do not think that there is a hole up there through the earth. The Google Earth program brings all the data it has to a point at the North and South Pole. As the altitude goes to about 400 miles the data hole appears. I do not think it gives any credence to the Hollow Earth theory, but anyone is welcome by me to explore it.

If you think about it we are made mostly of water that is made of atoms made of electrons, protons neutrons and other sub atomic particles. If you could stop all movement at absolute zero you would observe that we are made mostly of empty space. So from that point of view all things are mostly empty space but it is the movement of things that make us whole.

As to the poles changing magnetically, I believe that could happen though unsure of the consequences.

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