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Junior Skeptic 55: Hollow Earth (Part II)
Junior Skeptic 55: Journey Inside the Fantastical Hollow Earth (Part II)
In this issue of Junior Skeptic, we’ll dig down further into wild and wonderful claims that there are secret worlds inside our planet, hidden beneath our feet. We learned last issue that the “Hollow Earth” began as a quirky but serious proposal by astronomer Edmond Halley, back in the earliest dawn of the scientific age. This idea was then promoted by eccentric thinkers such as John Cleves Symmes, who believed the interior could be entered through vast holes at the unexplored North and South Poles. But what happened when exploration and increasing scientific knowledge left these speculations behind? Let’s find out!
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This issue of Junior Skeptic was originally published in Skeptic magazine 20.2 (2015).
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