A reservoir of water three times the volume of all the oceans has been discovered deep beneath the Earth’s surface. The finding could help explain where Earth’s seas came from.
The water is hidden inside a blue rock called ringwoodite that lies 700 kilometres underground in the mantle, the layer of hot rock between Earth’s surface and its core.
The huge size of the reservoir throws new light on the origin of Earth’s water. Some geologists think water arrived in comets as they struck the planet, but the new discovery supports an alternative idea that the oceans gradually oozed out of the interior of the early Earth.
Lazeria Map Collection: Is the Earth Hollow?
YouTube Added: 07.09.2011
This presentation was compiled and taped several months before Harry Hubbard and Paul Schaffranke were heavily involved in the Burrows Cave affair. This program was meant to be entirely educational, but after the first half hour or so, the viewer begins to have his mind stretched beyond the normal limits. Compulsory confusion are the next reactions as the two hosts of the show stay on course by spinning a single thread through these rare and strange maps that Harry has collected over the years. All Harry and Paul do is give you the information which deals with extremely sensitive subject matter. If you or your family needs something to discuss at the dinner table, this video will keep your mind occupied quite well. All who have seen this video have claimed it, so now we will do the same: Seeing this video will change your life forever. Not in a spiritual sense at all, but definitely in a dogmatic sense. This first edition of the documentary was recorded in the same condo on the beach as were most of the early Tomb videos, however, it is presented to you completely from memory with a couple of cue cards. Ride with Paul Schaffranke and Harry Hubbard as they transcend the element of time to go back into history long enough to prove to you that we all might have been taken for a really big Ride.
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